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The Getaway (PS2) by Sony
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
After 3 years in development, your really going to be expecting something special and I have to say it doesn't disappoint. The attention to detail is just amazing. London has been recreated so well with all the popular sights included. The cars are created from real cars and handle as you would expect, Nick a Fiat Punto and you know exactly what to expect.
For the gun happy chappy's the shoot outs are great fun with plenty of stealthy moves on offer, including a hiding and just poking your gun out and letting of a few clips. One of my favourite moves is if your being bombarded by cops, you can grab a poor unsuspecting pedestrian and put a gun to there head to get them to back off. Its… Read more
My Generation [Deluxe Edition] ~ The Who
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
After the long wait, its finally here. The remastered version of The Who's My Generation. A Deluxe edition which comes in a nice fold up sleeve and clear slide over cover, all complete with a nice sleevenotes booklet full of pictures
and notes which clearly make this package a bit special. As for the album originally released in 1965, a somewhat great year for music with the Beatles Rubber Soul and the Kinks Kontroversy, this is the sound of the Who as full
mod band, with mowtown, soul and blues being the inspiration here. "The Kids are alright" is an anthem clearly as good as anything the Beatles were writing at that time, and "My Generation" sounds clearer and better than i… Read more
Meet The BellRays ~ Bellrays
Meet The BellRays ~ Bellrays
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Having seen the video for "They glued your head upside down" I noticed one of the members was wearing a Small Faces shirt. This is almost noticeable in their music, the combination of soul/motown mixed with guitars but with there amps all cranked up to the max! think like Aretha Franklin fronting the Stooges or something. All in all it makes for a refreshing change amongst the barrage of detroit punk revival bands. Don't miss out on The BellRays!