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"davidh"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 55% (83 of 152)
Location: london
Birthday: 9 July
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,591,602 - Total Helpful Votes: 83 of 152
Dyson DC22 Multi Floor Medium-sized Lightweight Cy&hellip by Dyson
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Our first upright turquoise (so 90s!) Dyson, a well loved member of our family was finally getting on a bit and was probably about due for a replacement (it was probably about 9 years old, which i don't think is bad going so something such as a vacuum). Never had a drag along vacuum before , but the promise of space saving in our little cupboard was a big appeal. It's by far one of the best electrical devices I've ever purchased. Had it about 4 months now, and it's performed pleasingly well each time. We have a two bed ground floor maisonette with a mix of laminate, carpet and bumpy rubber, all of which is normally covered in moggy hair, and it sucks it all up (coins and all) without… Read more
I Speak Because I Can (CD+DVD) ~ Laura Marling
6 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Though not as immediately attention grabbing as the first album, Alas I Cannot Swim, this somewhat more positively titled album certainly became a bit of a grower over the weeks. On first not particularly attentive listening, it sounds a bit more fey and folksy compared to AICS; lovely melodies and all that but nothing to get too excited about. Particularly beyond the promise of the first track Devil's Spoke, the highly enjoyable, energetic and bluesy advance teaser song released to the general public a bit earlier than the album proper; the other songs don't really stand up to it. There are a couple of very notable exceptions to the general niceness found here; Hope In The Air sounds… Read more
I Speak Because I Can (Eco-pack) ~ Laura Marling
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Solid., 9 May 2010
Though not as immediately attention grabbing as the first album, Alas I Cannot Swim, this somewhat more positively titled album certainly became a bit of a grower over the weeks. On first not particularly attentive listening, it sounds a bit more fey and folksy compared to AICS; lovely melodies and all that but nothing to get too excited about. Particularly beyond the promise of the first track Devil's Spoke, the highly enjoyable, energetic and bluesy advance teaser song released to the general public a bit earlier than the album proper; the other songs don't really stand up to it. There are a couple of very notable exceptions to the general niceness found here; Hope In The Air sounds… Read more

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