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Greatest Ever Prog Rock: The Definitive Collection ~ Various
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4.0 out of 5 stars Progtastic value mate!, 28 Aug 2013
As with any compilation (especially one with 40 tracks) it is pretty much inevitable that there will be some selections that you woudn't have included had the choice been yours. However, there are still plenty of great tracks to enjoy here, especially if (like me) you spent your teenage years browsing the weird and wonderful album covers in your local record shop in search of interesting new music. The prog rock heyday of the early seventies was swept away by the arrival of punk/new wave, which I have to admit was like a breath of fresh air at the time; but what this collection amply demonstrates is that (as so often happens) quite a few lovely babies got thrown out with the bathwater… Read more
Karrimor Tundra WP Mens Walking Shoes Karrimor
A good pair of shoes for the money. They are well made and comfortable...and they look pretty durable too. Recommended, I think it would be difficult to do better at this price.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good starter uke., 25 Aug 2013
Well built for the price and despite the 'minor cosmetic blemishes' the finish is no worse than on many other cheap painted ukes and it looks better made than most. The strings are pretty cheap and crappy but once they have been replaced you end up with a very playable and sweet sounding uke that is much more like a musical instrument and less like a toy than many of it's rivals. The included case seems pretty good too. Very happy and so is my granddaughter.

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