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Bob Martin Easy use De Wormer Granules by Bob Martin
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Never again, 25 Mar 2014
If I could give this product zero stars I would. Never have I written such a negative review about a product, but like fellow cat owners I feel I MUST get the word out.

I gave my cat the powder yesterday mixing it with her usual food. She sniffed it, ate a bit of it, then walked away. She nibbled a bit more overnight, but had left most of it.

To my horror, my cat had an epileptic fit this morning and I had to rush her into the vet. The only unique factor the vet could point to, from my explanation of my cat's routine, was administering the Bob Martin powder. The vet said she's been treating more and more cats these days suffering from terrible reactions to Bob Martin… Read more
Sasha Involver 3 ~ Various Artists
Sasha Involver 3 ~ Various Artists
This doesn't quite hit the heights of the first two Involvers, but even calling it the weakest of Sasha's trilogy still puts this release light years ahead of other mix albums out there. What's missing from Invol<3r are those trademark epic tracks that Sasha dropped around 2/3d of the way through the first two mixes. Though the mixes of 'Battleships', 'Moment Before Dreaming' and 'The Healing' are beautiful indeed, it's just that there's no 'Burma' or 'That You Might' to really launch it into the stratosphere. I always thought the first two mixes played best whilst driving on the motorway at night, but Invol<3r plays more like a intimate club set. Don't get me wrong, that can be a… Read more
X&Y ~ Coldplay
X&Y ~ Coldplay
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Initially disappointing on a first listen, this album is a real grower on subsequent plays. The sheer promotional onslaught and anticipation surrounding this album perhaps meant that some were expecting nothing less that the second coming of The Beatles. Perhaps not the landmark album that Martin & co were hoping with their perfectionist tinkering, this is nonetheless a very solid album that rewards more on each listen and adds further depth to their evolving signature sound. Stand out tracks are definitely 'Square One', 'What If', 'Fix You' and surely the anthemic future single 'Talk'.