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Helpful votes received on reviews: 53% (39 of 73)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,124,674 - Total Helpful Votes: 39 of 73
Silentnight 3-Zone Memory Foam Rolled Mattress, Do&hellip by Silentnight
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I'm not sure where all the great ratings come from for this mattress. The bottom line I suppose is you get what you pay for, and this is a pretty flimsy, thin mattress of low comfort and quality, at a low price.
We bought it for our youngest child and at her age and weight she is happy enough with it but we'll be replacing this within a couple of years.
Reflektor ~ Arcade Fire
Reflektor ~ Arcade Fire
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
After the debut album Funeral, which at times was simply great, though also not the classic many proclaimed in my humble opinion, I gradually lost interest in Arcade Fire over the subsequent 2 albums. Neon Bible had its moments, but overall I was disappointed with their output, in fact a little bit bored by it all in truth.
When they posted the new album on youtube I thought I'd have a quick listen, more out of curiosity than anything. Well, all I can say is my interest in Arcade Fire is once again stoked to the max. I absolutely love this album, the change in direction and James Murphy's obvious input. I haven't stopped listening to it for weeks, which doesn't happen that often… Read more
Push The Sky Away ~ Nick Cave
Push The Sky Away ~ Nick Cave
18 of 24 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not his best work..., 20 Feb 2013
Pretty much everything Mr Cave releases meets with a 5 star approval in my world. That is up until the release of Dig Lazarus Dig, which was still a great album by anyones standards but in my opinion Ellis's influence had just grown too strong, and with it, the album too loud. Stangely enough I prefered Grinderman doing similar material.
Anyway, onto Push the Sky Away and I was excited to hear that the Bad Seeds would be reverting to a more stripped down, sparse, ballady effort. The Boatmans Call or And No More Shall We Part, mark 2 came to mind, or at least that's what I was hoping for.
At times the album does deliver, from the gentle opener of We no who U R, and into Cave at… Read more