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13.3" Inch Apple Macbook Soft Carry Case Sleeve - &hellip by AZ
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect..., 22 May 2012
I have a large Converse Laptop bag which was not suitable for my Mac Book pro. I hunted high and low for a good case to protect it but found nothing. In the end I took a gamble on this case and was not disappointed. Having read the other reviews I can relate to its slightly simplistic design. It has no added zipper or case for charger or wires. For me it was perfect. It snugly protects my Mac and fits perfectly in my laptop bag which I use for all my hardware. Ideally I think its best for added protection as I use it. It isnt robust or exciting, more functional. The memory foam is a nice surprise but I wouldnt be over excited if it was the only case I needed. Certainly suits my use and… Read more
The Story Of Trojan Records ~ Various Artists
The Story Of Trojan Records ~ Various Artists
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Masterpiece!!, 22 Sep 2011
When I pre-ordered this I was expecting a CD size collection much like the remastered Madness CDs or the legacy style editions of certain bands. What I didnt expect was this fantastic well packaged, unique presentation which has taken pride of place among my CD collection. If your hardcore Trojan fan or just a dabbler in the finest reggae Im sure you will be satisfied. This is a decent size box set made to look retro and old, It contains a large volume of some of the most choice cuts of Trojan music spanning the years along with a very interesting booklet with a forward by Rhoda Dakar, a Trojan sticker, some advertising cards, and a all in all a brilliant package that is well well well… Read more
Feel The Fire (French Import) ~ Earl 16
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant album., 12 July 2011
Heavy Dreadzone influence is obvious from the very start. Some of the tracks could be mistaken for Dread tunes due to the bands production of this album.
Its a lovely chilled but also danceable album. Some cracking tracks, the title track possibly my favourite but also Rasta General and Free the world (Bassmen club mix) rating highly.
All round a cracking album heavy on Dreadzone sound with Earls distinct voice...I could not recommend any higher.