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Top Reviewer Ranking: 478,439 - Total Helpful Votes: 44 of 70
Feeling Clever <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Feeling-Clever-Silence-Rises/dp/artist-redirect/B0084OU860">Silence Rises</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Feeling Clever Silence Rises MP3 Download
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A steamer, 19 Feb 2014
An absolutely steaming, stinking, honking pile of desperate, ultra-polite, wannabe indie dung. No ideas, no impetus, no talent. A dismal voiding of the sonic bowels, like listening to a fifteen-going-on-fifty-year-old version of David Gray on the toilet. A few ill-placed 'whoah-oh-oh's in lieu of anything of note. Dig the über-smug title and abysmal graphic too.
Apparat - Dj Kicks ~ Apparat
Apparat - Dj Kicks ~ Apparat
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Horror, 22 Jan 2014
I've just realised that on the cover, as elsewhere, he looks exactly like Michelle Keegan, the rather dead-eyed actress who plays Tina McIntyre in 'Coronation Street'. Just remove the stubble, and you're there.
Hesitation Marks ~ Nine Inch Nails
Hesitation Marks ~ Nine Inch Nails
4 of 17 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Mojo entirely gone, 4 Sep 2013
For this comeback album Trent Reznor has enlisted Russell Mills to reprise his role as sleeve collagist from The Downward Spiral. Even the typography harks back to 1994. Don't let the cover fool you - this album is the work of a contented, extremely rich husband and father, not the young industrialist who used to make offensive videos back in the mid-1990s. Reznor's talent seems almost completely spent. The lyrics are nothing new for him, the songs lack the twists and turns of his old work. Hesitation Marks sits halfway between an attempt to rake-up past glories and an extension of his pretentious and uninteresting soundtrack work. NIN has returned, yes, but as a pastiche of itself.