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Rebecca

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 78% (32 of 41)
Location: Derbyshire
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,093,265 - Total Helpful Votes: 32 of 41
Tracy Anderson Method [DVD]
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars This works!, 22 Jun 2011
I bought this DVD about 7 weeks ago and have been doing it 3-4 times a week as a substitute for pumping iron at the gym. The difference it's made to my abs, bum and thighs is pretty incredible: if I could only give up eating pies, I'd probably look like Gwyneth by now.
The music is catchy and enjoyable and I look forward to doing the DVD. It's true that more instruction from Tracy would be useful at times. Sometimes just an advance warning that she's about to change sides would save you a bit of faffing about, for example. The hardest part to get into is the standing abs section, which is very fast-paced and difficult to follow for the first few times - but it is worth perservering… Read more
The Colour And The Shape ~ Foo Fighters
The Colour And The Shape ~ Foo Fighters
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This is the Foos' best album (and I've got 'em all). Everlong is one of the most phenomenal rock songs ever, Monkey Wrench is brilliantly catchy, Hey Jonny Park is fantastic, My Poor Brain is a corker, Wind Up is excellent, and My Hero is beautiful. The rest ain't half bad either. Of all the Foos albums, this one has the most fantastic tracks all in one place. This is one of the best albums I've ever bought, and the most played, even 10 years after it was released.
Bright Idea ~ Orson
Bright Idea ~ Orson
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Like everyone else, 'No Tomorrow' enticed me to buy this album. Although the other songs aren't as catchy or original as that, some are good (e.g. 'Tryin' to help') and at worst, some are just OK. To state the obvious, it depends what you like - for example, I could imagine rock fans being disappointed that it's not heavier, having heard 'No Tomorrow'. Overall I think the songs are well-crafted and well played, and the album works well as a whole and has quite a laid-back vibe. Having said that, I think that in a few years' time, probably the only song that will stick in my mind is 'No Tomorrow'.

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