Mr. B. D. Fackrell

Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (139 of 174)
Location: UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,326,098 - Total Helpful Votes: 139 of 174
Now Is the Time <a href="">Green Diesel</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Now Is the Time Green Diesel MP3 Download
This is a most wonderful album, it is glorious modern electric folk, a rich combination of flavours in sound.

The songs are upbeat and ooze of vibes of positivity. The rhythm of the tunes and selection of instruments are so pleasing on the ear you cannot help but feel relaxed and happy.

Standout songs are the anthems 'The Greatest Show on Earth' and 'The Hop Festival Song' are sing-a-longs which live in the memory long after the album has finished playing. Like many other great songs these gems have strong lasting power.

It is most refreshing that the often overlooked genre of folk can be dusted down and revamped to be given a contemporary freshness which… Read more
Casino Royale (2 Disc Collector's Edition) [2006] &hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Daniel Craig
15 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Casino Royale is quite possibly the best Bond film ever made. Introducing Daniel Craig as 007 who in this movie is as cool as ice and as hard as a nail; his action sequences most noticably the chasing of a terrorist through a construction site at the start of the movie are the most gritty in the whole series. The 1953 original novel by Ian Fleming has been cleverly re-worked into a story that sticks surprisingly close the original text keeping the suspense right the way through from Bond's fast recovery from being posioned which is literarily heart-stopping to gripping poker scenes and from a vicious torture scene involving a rope and private parts to a stunning climax in Venice… Read more
The Bluetones ~ Bluetones
The Bluetones ~ Bluetones
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars They are back, 9 Oct 2006
The Bluetones hit the shelves again with their 5th studio album. As their warm up LP 'Serenity Now' last year suggested they have stepped backwards to the glory days of the debut 'Expecting to fly'. Famous for that humourous 'tongue in cheek' approach take the title of track 9 'the last song but one' they resurrect everything that was exciting about the days of britpop and stand out tracks like 'Head on a spike', 'the king of outer space' and 'surrendered' give their traditional sound something of a modern make over. The single 'My Neighbours' House' is Bluetones by numbers but for a band this good that is by no means a bad thing. A fan will not be dissapointed as it is all there once… Read more

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