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USB 2.0 extension cable, plug / socket adapter 90 ° right angled 10 cm
USB 2.0 extension cable, plug / socket adapter 90 ° right angled 10 cm
Offered by COM-FOUR Vertriebs GmbH
Price: £6.29

5.0 out of 5 stars One heads up: The connectors aren't universal, one ..., 14 Jan. 2015
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One heads up: The connectors aren't universal, one is a 'right-angled' the other a 'left-angled'. If you buy the wrong one, you will end up with the extension lead facing upwards instead of down. For iMac users, buy the 'left-angled'.


The First Three Years
The First Three Years
Price: £7.99

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars there's more . . ., 9 May 2011
This review is from: The First Three Years (Audio CD)
I can't add to, or agree more with what's already been said in these revues. This album is not only a great introduction to Frank Turner's music, it opens a door into a whole new world of so called 'punk-folk'. Through following Frank I've been introduced to Chuck Ragan, Tommy Gabel, Dave Hause, Ship Fools . . . it goes on. Check these guys out if you haven't already, you won't be disappointed. If, like me, you fall head over heels in love with this sound, The Revival Tour hits the UK in September. See you there!


The Parody Album
The Parody Album
Offered by best_value_entertainment
Price: £3.51

4 of 33 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Am I still alive?, 16 Nov. 2009
This review is from: The Parody Album (Audio CD)
This album is possibly the final piece of the puzzle that confirms I have died and gone to music hell. Unable to turn the radio on through endless loops of Leona Lewis, Robbie Williams, Alisha Dixon, Black eyed Peas, Shakira etc. Shivering in the knowledge that yet another X-Factor clone is about to be hatched. Can things get any worse? Oh yes. Self proclaimed all round entertainer Chris Moyles is taking comedy and music back 30 years, bringing out an album of the parody songs performed by him on his show. A whole album of putting seriously unfunny, unclever lyrics with jaw-droppingly obvious rhymes and parodiess (I predict a Diet ?!?) to well know pop songs. The dumbing down of what is described as entertainment is complete. Thank goodness we have Susan Boyle's album to look forward to . . . . eh?


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