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3.0 out of 5 stars flatters to deceive, 25 Oct 2013
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hmmm, this album is ok but certainly not the epoch making bumpin' collection that some other reviewers make out. there are a few memorable foot tappers but also too many that are just padding. i got the luxe version of the album but heaven knows what i paid extra for as amazon don't bother saying in any of their descriptions. for the toons that involuntarily make your head shake about like a bladder on a stick download them individually, forget the rest that are the usual album flotsam and save yourself a few quid.
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Initial post: 8 May 2014 17:38:11 BDT
Purchased the Japan edition with other bonus tracks than this Platinum Edition, but the price'll will have to drop considerably BELOW six quid before I plan to shell out for what little extra is left... Loved the album at few first listens, but the sensation value soon faded fast. Exact experience I had with the John Newman album, apparently. Expectations are sky high, but the balloon soon turns leaden. Don't believe the hype (completely)! 'Powerless' is without a doubt the stand-out track for me. But the album barely gets rotations nowadays, so full marks to the above review. Title of my favourite track says it all, really. LOL
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