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Reanimation ~ Linkin Park
Reanimation ~ Linkin Park
I can see how this album has divided opinion among Linkin Park fans for it's seemingly large step away from the Linkin Park norm.
I can also see that those who bought 'Reanimation' on it's release date would have been understandably disappointed, as this is in it's basic form a remix album of the previous 'Hybrid Theory' and not a brandspanking new creation.

That said, although this is indeed a new direction it is in my opinion an outstanding collaboration project between Linkin Park and the numerous DJ's and artists that helped create this interpretation of 'Hybrid Theory'

The fact that the songs taken are in so many ways indistinguishable but at the same time… Read more
The Cable Guy [DVD] [1996] <b>DVD</b> ~ Jim Carrey
The Cable Guy [DVD] [1996] DVD ~ Jim Carrey
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
This comedy is very dark, and may dissapoint Carrey fans for not being as laugh out loud funny as his other films. I thouroughly enjoyed this film, I am a fan of this kind of comedy and I think both Stiller and Carrey manage to pull it off effectively. The idea of an obssessive cable guy is quite humourous, but this is taken to the extreme to reveal a very disturbing character in the Cable Guy. The Cable Guy is one of these films that is funny in places and in other places generates a sort of nervous (should I really be laughing?) laughter, giving the comedy meaning rather than just comedy for the sake of comedy. It makes the audience think. The roles are well acted and each scene is a joy… Read more
No Stranger to Shame ~ Uncle Kracker
No Stranger to Shame ~ Uncle Kracker
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
If you're a fan of Uncle Krackers's album 'Double Wide' don't expect this to be the same, it's very different, It's a lot more country rock sounding than hip-hop or rap. I personnaly didn't think much of 'Double Wide' when I heard it I much prefer the country sounds of this one, If you listen to all three of his major albums you can really see the transformation from more a hip-hop sound into a much more country rock sound. No Stranger To Shame has two tracks, the first and last, that have some rap verses in them which work well with the rest of the album, hi third album '72 and Sunny' is an evolved Kracker much more slower and country driven with no rap in it at all I believe, (I can't be… Read more

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