J. Keenan

"Keeno"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (70 of 77)
Location: United Kingdom
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,281,058 - Total Helpful Votes: 70 of 77
Sony PSP Go! Console (Black) by Sony
64 of 67 people found the following review helpful
First off I would like to say that Sony's handling of the 10 free games promotion has been a disgrace. They made the procedure for getting it quit clear in the Terms and Conditions, so no one can complain about that. If you weren't aware of them, it's the retailer you bought from not providing the information. However lots of people have been waiting over 30 days, and some over 40. If you are in this scenario, phone the customer helpline, and if they don't send the code within a couple of days, ask to make an official complaint stating they are breaching their own terms and conditions. Personally I waited exactly 2 weeks for the code.

Anyway.... the PSP itself. I've had an… Read more
Conversations ~ From a Second Story Window
Conversations ~ From a Second Story Window
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Final Album, 20 Feb 2009
'Conversations' by From a Second Story Window is the more mature sounding final album that sees them evolve into the league of truly progressive metalcore.

Whilst 'Delenda' was full of growling and little singing, 'Conversations' redresses the balance and is all the better for it in my opinion. Will Jackson's singing was rarely used in 'Delenda' aside from a little in "Mourning for Morning" and the excellent "Ghosts over Japan". In 'Conversations', he demonstrates the true range of his voice more frequently. This time around their are 2 tracks that are entirely singing; both the opening and closing tracks. My personal favourite songs are "Leaving the Earth" and "Monumental… Read more
Nightmares Of The Ocean ~ The Arusha Accord
Nightmares Of The Ocean ~ The Arusha Accord
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stunning!, 20 Feb 2009
I agree with everything said by the other reviewers.

To be short and succinct... Incredibly intricately crafted technical metal with top notch musicianship and excellent vocals.

This was my favourite release of 2008 alongside Traced in Air by Cynic. It's THAT good.

They are recording their debut in April so this summer I think we will finally have a British band who can fill the void left by the equally brilliant SikTH.