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BlackBerry Bold 9700 Sim Free Smartphone - Black by BlackBerry
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars BB Bold 9700, 23 May 2010
After thinking long and hard about which smartphone to upgrade to I decided on the BlackBerry Bold 9700 mainly due to its reputation on the email front but I can tell you now this phone delivers so much more. Applications, instant messaging to other BB users, security, ease of use and style.

I currently have my google mail, hotmail and one or two other email accounts linked up with with the phone and havent had any problems what so ever with any of them, mail seems to come through quickly and mail can be easily managed individually or through a single folder depending on your preference.There are an abundance of applications available via BB world falling into several categories… Read more
Only Revolutions ~ Biffy Clyro
Only Revolutions ~ Biffy Clyro
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Album, 13 Jan 2010
You get some albums which take several listens for them to grow on you, but only revolutions is a pleasure to listen to from start to finish whether you're a previous fan or a new listener. They have definately developed their sound over the last few years, some might say to become more pop rock but hey as long as it sounds good then theres nothing wrong with that.

My personal favourites from the track are that Golden (purely for the last minute of the song), bubbles and many of horror, which I think is one of Biffy Clyros best songs to date. There is enough diversity on the one album to provide something for every mood and keep your interest all the wawy through.
Old Crows / Young Cardinals ~ Alexisonfire
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Gone off the boil..., 18 July 2009
I loved alexisonfire previous work, their vocal talents and tempo diversity created interest for me. However their new offering seems to be lacking something, it needs one or two more quality songs to raise the overall feel of the album. Without these tracks i found myself becoming bored mid way through the album, its not that the tracks are bad (just average). In the past Alexisonfires albums seemed to take huge steps forward and had an abundance of creativity...something lacking from old crows/young cardinals.

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