Mr. R. Nalty

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 85% (17 of 20)
Location: Sheffield, United Kingdom


Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,061,024 - Total Helpful Votes: 17 of 20
It's Your Time You're Wasting: A Teacher's Tales o&hellip by Frank Chalk
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Chalk's book is a true classic, one for the ages. He does not merely describe things as they are (make no mistake they are as terrible as he recounts), he looks outward to the interplay of welfarism, political correctness, the rights culture and other bedevilments to a decent society. This book can be taken as part of a series of works including Wasting Police Time, the Abolition of Britain, A Land Fit For Criminals, and Life At The Bottom. It is near essential reading to be frank, no pun intended. In 2005 I spent a few short weeks in two secondary moderns, both in Averagetown. What I saw there is exactly what Chalk describes, and the teachers knew it too. In 2008 a very close friend became… Read more
Elements of Life ~ Tiesto
Elements of Life ~ Tiesto
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Tiesto first came to my attention via Faithless's Tarantula (2001), remixing the original to great effect. His Nyana phase left me a bit cold however, and I ignored him for years. Then I heard Tiesto's treatment of JES' "Imagination" and was mightily impressed. This was a mature, skilful, silky electronic backdrop to what is a good song in the first place. It sounded a world away from the electro-naff I'd been hearing in pubs and clubs in the previous five years or so. I made my decision there and then to investigate this Tiesto lark in more depth. I bought Elements Of Life without a second thought. Just one track of the same calibre would have been acceptable. If anything though, he's… Read more
Kingdom ~ Dave Gahan
Kingdom ~ Dave Gahan
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Dave's fourth solo single is the most hard-hitting so far. This is a really dirty squelchy piece of electronica with a massive chorus that just reels the listener in lock, stock. Depeche Mode fans should embrace it, but I suspect Dave will win a few converts of his own. I recommend trying the Zombie Room Full Intro Extended Version if you can get hold of it. Fantastic re-scoping of the single mix. This track deserves heavy rotation in the clubs; not many records I've heard recently pack as much whallop as this does.

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