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Powder Burns ~ Twilight Singers
Powder Burns ~ Twilight Singers
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Ok, so this is going to be the most biased review I could ever write. Why? Well, Greg Dulli's Twilight Singers are one of my all time favourite bands, and hopefully if you take the Twilight plunge they will be yours as well.

I don't think I can fault this album, from the rock swagger of I'm Ready through the beauty of Candy Cane Crawl, to the Floyd-esque ending of I Wish I Was, this is Mr Dulli's most accomplished work post Afghan Whigs.

I think pre-Hurricane Katrina (the album was recorded in part in New Orleans in the wake of that terrible natrual disaster), Greg Dulli was in danger of limiting his vision to the (almost) certain detriment of his obvious talent… Read more
Superman Returns - 2 Disc [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Brandon Routh
Superman Returns - 2 Disc [DVD] DVD ~ Brandon Routh
18 of 24 people found the following review helpful
There's a moment in Superman Returns which makes total and absolute sense to me. A perfect example of character and arguably, a wonderful piece of acting. Lois Lane (Kate Bosworth) is desperately clawing for an oxygen mask, the plane which carries her is being propelled off course by the experimental shuttle attached to it's back. Distressed and confused, but unable to reach the mask, she turns her head to the window. Instantly she sees the blue and red trail of Superman speeding past to their resucue. It is then, in the next two and a half seconds, that this film unveils it's genius. Kate Bosworth in that amount of time reveals confusion, awe, regret, distrust, relief, love and about… Read more
Last Days of Wonder ~ The Handsome Family
Last Days of Wonder ~ The Handsome Family
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
For the last few years I have lived with friends and magazines constantly mentioning this band, but had somehow never gotten around to actually listening to them (the friends, the magazines or the band). What a fool I've been.
My first foray into husband and wife team, Rennie and Brett Sparks and their minimilist country, alt-folk creations came when I purchased their "Live at Shuba's Tavern". I was immediately drawn into ther world and felt that I had known of their music forever.

I have not been let down. Last Days of Wonder is all that I thought it would be and more. From the opening "Your Great Journey" a studied, lyical musing on death wrapped up in a country sheen, to… Read more