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Anastacia ~ Anastacia
Anastacia ~ Anastacia
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
'Happy turns to sad. Sometimes life gets bad. Days get arranged. It neverends. One thing remains the same... seasons change.'
(Seasons Change,Anastacia - Track1)
This is an incredibly life-affirming and uplifting album. This is apparentfrom the very first words you hear, 'Cradle the weight of life' - wordsthat perfectly epitomise the hope-filled message from this album. However,the powerful and evoking lyrics are not just isolated to the first track.Oh no, they are spread far and wide across this album. And, I for one amvery grateful. The songs are powerful and an amazing achievementconsidering it is performed by an artist who has had to go though a lotthrough this past year (i.e… Read more
Fly Or Die ~ N.E.R.D.
Fly Or Die ~ N.E.R.D.
16 of 22 people found the following review helpful
"N.E.R.D stands for No One Ever Really Dies. N.E.R.D is not The Neptunes. N.E.R.D is the offspring of the Neptunes id, a fly-or-die, thrash-around."
Pharrell Williams - one third of the group called N.E.R.D.
A short excerpt from a conversation with a friend:
Me: Who's that guy that features on Justin Timberlake's track Senorita?
My friend: Pharrell Williams
Me: Is he a solo artist?
My friend: Not really, he is a member of a couple of groups, one called The Neptunes and the other N.E.R.D
Me: Who are The Neptunes?
My friend: Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams - they were old high school friends.
Me: Who are nerd?
My Friend: Not nerd. N, E,… Read more
"Fortean Times" Book of More Strange Deaths by Paul Sieveking
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Fortean Times is a monthly magazine of news, reviews and research on strange phenomena and experiences, curiosities, prodigies and portents. It was founded in 1973 to continue the work of Charles Fort, who was skeptical about scientific explanations, observing how scientists argued according to their own beliefs rather than the rules of evidence and that inconvenient data was ignored, suppressed, discredited or explained away. (Courtesy of
When I saw The Fortean Times Book of More Strange Deaths gracing the shelves in the 'New This Week' section of my local library, I was immediately intrigued by the title. My understanding was death is death. How could death be deemed… Read more

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