Tony Macaroni

"Park ranger and duck farmer"
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (8 of 8)
Location: By the duck Pond on the left
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,223,992 - Total Helpful Votes: 8 of 8
Breville VTT214 Polished Stainless Steel 2 Slice T&hellip by Breville
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just the job, 9 Dec 2011
I opted to purchase this toaster over others based almost purely on its largely glowing reviews, and 1 month on I am not disappointed. It toasts very evenly, toasts from frozen very well and the lift function is great for small slices. It is thick enough to take waffles, sliced bagels and hot cross buns.
It probably won't win any awards for appearance, but when it performs this competently, I don't really care!
Low Profile Darkness ~ Panacea
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Around 12 years ago, whilst listening in awe to all the unfamiliar sounds John Peel was playing in his shows, I heard Panacea. It was unlike anything i'd heard before, and like any teenager hungry for new music I latched on to the industrial, dark and pulsating noise from this German producer. Even after all this time Low Profile darkness still makes my spine tingle, and i'll happily remember back to the day these intense, thundering tracks were thrust upon me.
I urge anyone who gives today's Drum and Bass the time of day to listen to Low Profile Darkness (if they haven't already). I don't doubt you'll be impressed.
Thank you John Peel.
Elva ~ Unwritten Law
Elva ~ Unwritten Law
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Underrated Law, 29 April 2005
Now on their 6th release, Unwritten Law never received the kind of attention deserving of them in the Uk, which is a shame. From the early 'Blue Room', 'Oz Factor' and their self-titled major, it was apparent, if not immediately obvious, that UL had something to make them stand out above other bands trying to do the darker side of pop punk.
Whilst the earlier material may lack identity, 'Elva' (release #4) is a pivotal album, as the diversity and flair is much more at the forefront of the music. Tracks such as 'Mean Girl', 'Actress, Model...' and the single 'Seein Red' are unique enough to stick in your head long after they've finished playing, which is always a bonus in this crowded… Read more

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