M. J. Maley

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All Around the World <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/All-Around-World-Bai-Bang/dp/artist-redirect/B00CJ3PPQK">Bai Bang</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
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Never heard of these guys before and took a chance based on it's rave review on melodicrock.com website.
Those who are fans of classic 80s rock/hair metal etc will love this. The only downside is it's a bit short at around 35mins but that said it features some excellent catchy melodic rock songs that you will be singign along to on no time.
Fans of The Poodles, Brother Firetribe and Wig Wam will be pleased with this album. (I was!)
Highly recommended.
Playing It Safe: Crazy Stories from the World of B&hellip by Alan Pearce
1.0 out of 5 stars Inaccurate twaddle., 24 Feb 2013
I got this for "a laugh" as it was only 0.99p. I want my money back! This so called book is just a rehash of untrue (i.e. made up) stories that are perpetuated by our media in order to make Health & Safety unpopular and lead to total deregulation of all workplaces. This is just what the current Condem government wants to happen so their mates in big business can reap the profits and not be held accountable for murdering their employees.
It peddles the usual myths: jobsworths, H&S Nazis!, "compensation culture" (which doesn't exist:[...]/compensation-culture/personal-injury-claims-low-compensation-culture-is-a-myth) etc. Also to be noted is a lot of these stories have nothing to do… Read more
Taming the Tiger by Tony Anthony
Taming the Tiger by Tony Anthony
17 of 24 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Awful Tripe!!, 24 Oct 2010
Well what else can be said about this work of FICTION?
Some good points have been raised by previous reviewers (including B. Gash Sifu with an excellent review being both a Choy Li Fut practitioner and a Christian) about this books inaccuracies. On first reading you may think that Mr Anthony really did train at the southern shaolin temple in china but if you apply a bit of reasoning and do some research you will find that his story is pure fantasy.
He is supposed to be fluent in cantonese but his pronunciation used is cantonese AND mandarin. His use of his granfather's name is incorrect for a chinese speaker> The family name comes first NOT last.
Mr A. used Cheung Ling Soo… Read more

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