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In the Mix - Revival ~ Various Artists
In the Mix - Revival ~ Various Artists
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Truly "In The Mix"!, 31 July 2005
This box set is worth every penny! Every CD starts off with fantastic tunes and ends with fantastic tunes.
"In The Mix" is the ideal name for this CD as you have some old school classics mixed right next to some brand new funky house tunes.
If you're throwing a party - don't hire a DJ, just buy this CD, and it will probably still sound good in years to come.
Unforgettable Places to See Before You Die (Unforg&hellip by Steve Davey
36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Inspiration, 3 May 2005
If you're wanting a travel guide, full of hints and tips, places to see, local maps and all the other types of pages fillers you find in most travel books - DON'T buy this book.
If you're looking for ideas of where you can explore next, even if you're just going to be dreaming rather than flying, or if you're just looking to broaden your horizons a little (actually, quite a lot), then this book is perfect.
The writing style in this book is quite inspirational, but to be honest, writing about the most asstounding, most beautiful, most awe-inspiring places that you could ever dream of, can't be that difficult. What makes this book quite special, is that it takes a look at some… Read more
Eats, Shites & Leaves: Crap English and How to Use&hellip by A. Parody
27 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Quite obviously, this is a pardoy of the hugely popular "Eats, Shoots & Leaves" by Lynne Truss, but let me tell you that this version is by far more enjoyable and is easily worthy of the 5 stars i've awarded.
This book pokes fun (although they insist it's a celebration!) at the strangest language on the planet - English! There are so many issues covered in this book, you'd think that the Englsih language was invented by some drunk fella in your local boozer!
It will even tell you all about Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis - a disese you certainly will have dificulty pronouncing!