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Sony DCRSX30EB Handycam Camcorder With 4GB Interna&hellip by Sony
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I have a youtube account where I post acoustic covers of songs, and will occasionally make a vlog with my friends for fun so I asked for a video camera for Christmas 2009 (all I had been using previously was the video function on my regular camera). My parents, not knowing anything about the vlogging market, bought me this, and at first I thought it was pretty cool - it has a touch screen, rechargable battery pack, and it's recording quality is ok. The problem is the quality is simply ok at best, it cannot do HD (480p at max) and the resolution on my youtube videos is still grainy - the microphone is also very shoddy. However, like I said, it was an improvement on my current camera… Read more
Memento Mori ~ Flyleaf
Memento Mori ~ Flyleaf
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Flyleaf are a curious band - originating from Texas with a distinctly grunge-metal feel yet held together by a thin-voiced ex-drug addict singer who laces an indisputable pop vibe to their sound. Their debut self-titled album certainly got me talking - short, punchy songs with raw, screaming vocals and a running theme of real-life stories tying the album together. There was no denying their Christian influences, but what has always been impressive about Flyleaf is their ability to take a story with links to their faith and make it applicable to anything in life. Telling the stories of other people's, and their own, tragedies was expertly done but in a way that still sounded as raw and… Read more
Continuum ~ John Mayer
Continuum ~ John Mayer
This is ultimately the album that made John Mayer what he is today: Hated by many for his "arrogance", and loved by even more for his astonishing guitar skills and vocals that can come across as harsh as a whisky drinker and as soft as satin in the same song. Before Continuum, his studio work had mostly been a combination of jazz, rock and pop with his debut UK release Room for Squares providing a virtually exclusive acoustic guitar feel. Heavier Things moved John forward into a sea of electric guitar, introducing more intricate guitar solos and venturing in a drifting manner towards the Blues.
Continuum maintains a lot of what Heavier Things had - a smooth, pondering, meloncholy swing… Read more