T. Emmett

(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (26 of 33)
Location: UK
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,802,817 - Total Helpful Votes: 26 of 33
Rock Band: Band in a Box (Xbox 360) by Electronic Arts
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Review title says it all basically.

As another reviewer said, Amazon's discount from the RRP is commendable but that's not the point. I've been looking forward to this game for months, but the release date has been put further and further back - originally it was meant to come out in January, then March and now August (unless you have an Xbox360, which I don't).

And the newly announced prices are a step too far. It's just obscene and extortionate. I hope the developers will amend this before it's released.

NB: This review doesn't concern the game itself, which I'm sure is as good as all the US reviewers claim it is.
Pushing The Senses [Limited Edition] [CD + DVD] ~ Feeder
3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I was lucky enough to be sent a promo of this album by the Echo Label... I won't go into too much detail because understandably people are waiting for the official release (as I was before I got the unexpected delivery from Echo).
To sum up the whole album, it is simply amazing, second only to Yesterday Went Too Soon... in fact, maybe even joint-top out of all of Feeder's albums with YWTS. It's varied and contrasting, but the louder songs don't sound nearly as forced as you might expect (like Godzilla on Comfort In Sound) and the more mellow songs are compelling and emotional without sounding tedious.
If there's any justice in this world, this album will be a huge success. Well… Read more
The Invitation ~ Thirteen Senses
The Invitation ~ Thirteen Senses
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Thirteen Senses are one of several new bands to grab my attention this year, and their debut album impressed me greatly. It was a bit of an impulse buy, to say the least... I didn't hear the first two singles (Thru The Glass and Do No Wrong) when they were first released... after hearing the last half of Into The Fire one night, I went out the next morning to buy the album and haven't looked back since.
Lately it seems that any band that uses a piano is inevitably going to be compared to Coldplay and Keane. Maybe that's not surprising. However, I think that not only do Thirteen Senses get a better mix of guitar and piano than Coldplay usually manage to, they have better songs than both… Read more

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