G. W. Fitchett

"ZombieLord"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (10 of 11)
Location: Cambridge, England
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 5,040,488 - Total Helpful Votes: 10 of 11
Radford ~ Radford
Radford ~ Radford
5.0 out of 5 stars phenomenal!!, 26 Dec 2000
I bought this album not knowing anything about the band or what they sound like and im glad i did! This album has everything from fantastic melodies to roaring guitars, catchy tunes to clever lyrics. Every song is as good as the next, except "you`ve got friends" which personally i think is rather poor for such a great band. If you like the likes of nine days, verticl horizon or hootie and the blowfish you`ll love this, so buy it today!!
Live On ~ Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Live On ~ Kenny Wayne Shepherd
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I first encountered the phenomenal guitar of Kenny Wayne and the fantasic voice of Noah Hunt when i was browsing in a record store. When the song "In too deep" started on the store stereo i had to know who was responsible for such fine music, when the cashier told me i bought the album on the spot & im glad i did because this lp don`t dissapoint!
I was all goosebumpy from the second i put the album in my stereo. Kicking off with the superb "In too deep" with its full assult guitar, then procedding to "Was" with a country-ish feel i was a bit surprised by this excellent song. You`ll find K.W.S vary quite alot on this album from country (Was),rock (In… Read more
Inna Heights ~ Buju Banton
Inna Heights ~ Buju Banton
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I first heard B.Banton on the box, with the single "Destiny" on which i instantly thought it was Bob Marley. When i found out who it was i just had to get "Inna Heights", and so should everybody! This album is superb every track is just as good as "Destiny". As well as the fantastic songs Buju talks about his inspirations and influences from childhood to present day between tracks, this gives you an insight of the man and his music. This album is a must try for any Bob Marley fan and a must buy for reggae fans in general.