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Techlink TLCD2 LCD Wall Mount with Tilt / Pivot an&hellip by Techlink
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Boss bracket, 4 Dec 2011
Good wall mount - exactly what I hoped to find and would recommend it.

I wanted a bracket I could tilt and pivot - but that didn't stick too far out from the wall. At the same time I didn't want the rear of the TV too close to the wall (which would make plugging and unplugging any cables a pain or impossible). With this mount the face of my flat screen is only c. 16cm out from the wall (and as I've got it above some shelves that are double that in width that's perfect for me).

You also get to adjust the horizontal level of the screen which is actually very useful - and I don't think there are many tv brackets that offer this option(?). It makes fitting the bracket… Read more
Raw Power (Legacy 2CD Edition) ~ Iggy & The Stooges
Raw Power (Legacy 2CD Edition) ~ Iggy & The Stooges
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Initially I gave the album 1 star as there's a glitch in track 3, 'Your pretty face is going to hell' at 4:29-30 - the timing on the drum track goes awry for a split second. At first I thought my ears were deceiving me - but listening to the Iggy remix from 1997 the glitch/jump is not there. The glitch annoyed me at first - but it's minor enough for a lot of people not to notice it I guess.

Some helpful people on a Stooges forum have pointed out it's very likely the tapes used for the remastering have been damaged at this point. The original LP does not have this glitch.

Aside from this (slight) flaw the album itself is (of course) still 5 stars. Raw Power is one… Read more
Be Seeing You ~ Dr. Feelgood
Be Seeing You ~ Dr. Feelgood
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
For years I just presumed the leaving of Wilko meant an inferior Dr Feelgood - no doubt due to reading rubbish like the Amazon product review above. Wilko is one of my favourite guitarists - no one sounds like him (what are pretty simple riffs sound fantastic the way he attacks the strings and his style is almost inimitable). But his replacement John 'Gypie' Mayo is a more accomplished player - and his playing here is superb. In my opinion this album is as good as Down by the Jetty - not as innovative maybe, but 31 mins of unsurpassed (unsurpassable?), stripped-down, high energy rhythm and blues. There's only really one track I'm a bit undecided about - Mayo's instrumental Hi Rise… Read more