Mens 3 Pair Plain Cotton Trainer Socks

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  • ASIN: B00WKP1N3Q
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 April 2015
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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Simple, discreet and rather smart, with just an embroidered script logo and single stripe cuff detail, Pringle Plain Cotton Trainer Socks are fine, light and un-cushioned sports trainer socks in a set of three pairs with contrasting colour edging. The low ankle design means that very little of the sock is ever on show, an ideal look for wearing with shorts.These Pringle Trainer Socks are 80% cotton rich with added Lycra for a superior fit and shape retention. Reinforced heels and toes means that they’ll last through workout after workout too.(04/15)


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Colour Name: Royal / Green / OrangeSize: 7-11 Mens Verified Purchase
Well....Do The Job was absolutely excellent, not a weak track in existence! Sadly, if you LOVED the first album for its angular,well-constructed songs, every one a masterpiece,then this may disappoint. Following my first listen to Do The Job, I was raving, ecstatic! Following the audition of Build, I was sad,albeit after the first listen,and maybe it will be a grower. I'm not saying it's bad, not at all. In fact, it's very accomplished. However, it's more like an amalgamation between The Automatic (first album stage,and fantastic) and Kaiser Chiefs (again, first album stage, brilliant), so Baddies sound too much like some hybrid band,and not the amazing punky powerhouse they were on the last album. Some would call this "maturing", and maybe they would be right.Me personally? I was anticipating a similar album to the first one. Don't fix it if it isn't broken, is my adage. There are to me, two stand-out tracks...the opener,REWIRE.and BRONTO.Both are more like stage one Baddies. I will update my review if this album grows on me. To sum up....it isn't bad at all....but it isn't Do the Job's twin brother. Sorry,Baddies!Ps. The Automatic and Kaiser Chiefs went downhill faster than a rocket-powered sledge on bottle-ice after their first offerings. Baddies....please don't follow them! DO THE JOB and stay true to yourselves! Post script. Shame they split! And, this album has grown on me a bit. Recommendation. If you loved the Do The Job album,buy Batteries, by Batteries( a by product of Bis ) Batteries are Do The Job style, fantastic!
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I'm trying to come to terms with the type of albums that are topping my end of year list. The last couple of years have seen me plumb for the obvious when picking my albums of the year: Both the Arcade Fire and Fleet Foxes albums were popular with critics and public and - in my view - successfully dealt with the terror that mid-life can bring. Maybe my attitude has changed but the deep, darkness that lies in the heart of this and some of the other singer/songwriter albums near the top of my 2012 list offer very little in the way of cheery relief. More like a certain brutal honesty in simple settings.
In search of sounds at the opening of the year I checked Twitter for any mention of Songs of Green Pheasant - it was 5 years since `Ghylling Street' the pure atmospheric beauty of Duncan Sumptner's 3rd album, sound tracking the journey into Scotland's highlands perfectly (though it's theme was the time he spent in Falmouth as a student.) - to my surprise one of the first tweets was someone excited at the news of a new album.
`Soft Wounds', like Paul Buchanan's `Mid Air' and Gravenhurst's 'The Ghost In Daylight' isn't just an album. This is a fully formed expression of an artist - packaged in card with a lyric sheet emblazed with Sumptner's dark art (he's a secondary school art teacher by day), songs that resonate with lyrical themes...endless drawings of figure eights...kids dying of boredom...looking down on houses and trees, like an old war pilot. And it's all wrapped in the most beautiful melancholic melodies you'll find this side of Bark Psychosis' `Hex'. Yeah it's short and there's a couple of basic instrumentals that don't do anything other than frame the more epic portraits here, but that's the point of them. The cold early months of 2012 were taken up by this beautiful testament to people lost too soon, lives wasted and time passing without passion. Let it do the same for you in 2013?
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Colour Name: Royal / Green / OrangeSize: 7-11 Mens
As with any between-album progression, fans awaited Baddies' second album with a mix of anxiety and excitement. Would Baddies be able to top their excellent debut "Do the Job", or would "Build" fall prey to the oft-received "not as good as the first album" moniker?
In short, yes. However, before sampling this excellent LP, it must be noted that "Build" is not a carbon copy of their debut. A definite positive: Baddies' have evolved their sound. With the addition of their new synthesizer toy, their sound has been increased massively. While the trademark Baddies vibe remains, of catchy hooks and tunes that you can't stop listening to, it has, to be cliche, matured. Rather than focusing on punchy 2-3 minute tunes, the songwriting has taken a head on "Build". Whilst it still maintains the classic Baddies' sound on tracks such as "Man Made Man" or debut single "Bronto", it is easy to see so much work has been put into writing the album as a whole; shown by the longer tracks such as "Mind Machines" or "The Lightmen".
As long as you don't expect Baddies to run the same ground, you will be pleased to hear a whole new dimension to the Southend based band. It may require a few listens if you have played "Do the Job" as much as I have, but you will be pleased to hear what an immense growth the new album is. It is not to be compared with, but to sampled *alongside* the first album. Definitely one of the best of 2012 so far.
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