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Jon

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (100 of 113)
Location: Scotland
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,036,146 - Total Helpful Votes: 100 of 113
Rhinestone Cowboy ~ Rikki & Daz
Rhinestone Cowboy ~ Rikki & Daz
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Last year (2001) it was Hermes House Band with their take on "Country Roads". Now, 12 months later, Rikki & Daz burst onto the scene with another homage to the Country-Pop era of the 1970s. But unlike the aforementioned Hermes House Band, this isn't a straight cover version of "Rhinestone Cowboy" - it's more like a novelty country dance/rap (praising anything and everything 'Western') with Glen Campbell supplying the specially-recorded samples of one of his biggest hits. If you haven't heard the song before - and it never received much airplay especially from the extremely fickle (BBC) Radio One - then Rikki & Daz are similar in style to 'Bus Stop' ('Kung Fu Fighting' amongst others) and… Read more
Full Monty Monster Mix ~ The Full Monty
Full Monty Monster Mix ~ The Full Monty
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I remember listening to a club version of this megamix soon after the movie was released in 1998, and I've spent four years looking for a copy. Unfortunately, this 'official' megamix CD single only features the watered-down, edit of (I believe) the original DMC version. However, on it's own, "The Full Monty Monster Mix" is enjoyable and a megamix destined to become a party favourite. It's just a pity that this CD single never enjoyed any chart success and because of that has become something of a rariety.
"The Full Monty Monster Mix" features three tracks used on the movie's soundtrack: 'You Sexy Thing' (Hot Chocolate), 'Hot Stuff' (Donna Summer) and 'You Can Leave Your Hat On' (Tom… Read more
Ultimate Christmas Party ~ Jive Bunny
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
"The Ultimate Christmas Party" - Jive Bunny's fourth festive release - moves away from the typical Christmas album you're likely to see available at this time of year. Mixing classic (and traditional) seasonal tracks with crowd-pleasing party songs, this particular CD is well worth buying - especially if you're planning a Christmas party
It has to be said that this isn't really a **new** album. Those who have bought the previous three Jive Bunny Christmas albums will instantly recognise most of the mixes as you will have heard them before (clever editing by the Master Mixers can't hide that fact!). Yet, the introduction of non-festive tunes does breathe new life into this concept -… Read more