Mr. K. McMullan

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Wire & Glass: Six Songs From A Mini-Opera ~ The Who
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Back On Top, 26 July 2006
The Who are back and what a single to celebrate!


the songs are:

1 Sound Round (1:22)

2 Pick Up The Pace (1:26)

3 Endless Wire (1:50)

4 We Got A Hit (1:17)

5 They Made My Dreams Come True (1:12)

6 Mirror Door (4:13)

As usual, Pete Townshend is legendary on the guitar, striking such powerful notes on such emotional music. 6 more pieces of musical genius from Pete. 10/10

As always, Roger Daltrey hasn't slipped with old age. Still hitting the same notes and has retained the same, gruff vocals pulling the songs into the higher league. 10/10

Pino… Read more
Wallace And Gromit: Three Cracking Adventures [DVD&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Nick Park
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "Cracking!", 8 July 2005
This is a "cracking" DVD - it includes all 3 of the original movies - A Grand Day Out, The Wrong Trousers and A Close Shave plus a bonus features section.
The first ten minutes of A Grand Day Out were made by Nick Park by himself. It took two years to film and so he needed help, and Aardman needed animators - wayhay! They got together and finished A Grand Day Out in 1989. The animation is a bit etchy at times, but nevertheless, it is a hilarious escapade!
The Wrong Trousers has better clay animation as it shows the breakfast routine in Wallace and Gromit's house, plus some excellent clay animation to show Gromit crying, which is funny to watch as it is animated so well. The gags… Read more
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Jungle Storm - Headset Ed&hellip by Ubisoft
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is a great game if you can be bothered to use the microphone - the PS2 couldn't recognise my voice and kept bringing up the help menu! I eventually abandoned the mic and played the game itself.
The game is different from Ghost Recon - the controls are fidgety and hard to use and the radar is different but it uis still a tense game.
It involves TWO games - Island Thunder, based in Cuba, and Jungle storm, based in Colombia.
Overall, I don't reccomend buying this unless you are truely confident in your clear speech - if you are not a clear speaker, just buy Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Jungle Storm - not the headset edition.