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2.0 out of 5 stars Like hundreds of other 'smooth jazz' bands, 11 Nov. 2015
This review is from: Aart (Audio CD)
Disappointing. Like hundreds of other 'smooth jazz' bands. Nothing here to pick out as special.

JBL Control 2 PS SET Paar ∑ Active Monitor
JBL Control 2 PS SET Paar ∑ Active Monitor

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for TV, 14 Jun. 2012
Having bought an ultra-thin LED television I was appalled at the dreadful sound from the tiny pea-like speakers. So, rather than endure 'sound in a tin' I decided to look for external speakers. The JBL Control 2P were ideal. No extra amplifiers or surround sound satellite speakers all over the room. Just two high quality units about the same size as small bookshelf speakers capable of producing crisp, clear, full bodied sound from speech, music or whatever.
I highly recommend the Control 2P's.

Argus: Through the Looking Glass
Argus: Through the Looking Glass

4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't Bother! Martin Turner Didn't!, 6 Jun. 2010
This album is almost a carbon copy of the original album with some major omissions. The whole project lacks soul, attack and a vibrancy that the original had in bucketloads.

Martin, if you really want to be taken seriously, 'write some new songs!!'

Very disappointing.
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4d Man [DVD] [1959] [US Import] [NTSC]
4d Man [DVD] [1959] [US Import] [NTSC]
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Film Still In The Making?, 9 Dec. 2006
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Despite its shortcomings, and there are plenty believe me, I quite liked this film. The basic plot (man passes through solid objects) is sound, even the romantic sub-plot is interesting and a nice distraction. Special effects are nothing to write home about if you're judging by todays standards, but at the time they were acceptable and even now you can readily buy into them.

It's a great pity though that the film was put together in a home for the terminally deaf and blind! I will give you an example: the incidental music is totally inappropriate and consists of a 35-piece 1970's jazz big band roaring full-tilt, drowning out the dialogue in many places, as well as distracting the viewer.

I don't know whether the next example was pure laziness on behalf of the director, or a genuine editing mistake. Anyway, picture the scene, it's a dark wet night, the Police discover a body. "Hey Tony, over here!" Tony runs around the corner, slips on the wet surface and ends up on his backside! Classic outtake material. But somehow, Tony struggles to his feet, carries on his lines, and it gets left in the film. Huh?!

Put into the hands of a competent Editor and Sound Engineer, this film could be recovered into a tight 70 minute small classic. The potential is certainly there. That's probably why I liked it; I could see the potential. If you can see it too, you'll like this as well.

Price: £5.75

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5.0 out of 5 stars Chris Stays True To Himself, 28 Nov. 2006
This review is from: Daughtry (Audio CD)
Make no bones about it, this is a stunning debut album. On this showing, Chris Daughtry will undoubtedly prove to be one of hottest and most enduring talents to emerge from the American Idol camp. Chris did not win American Idol, which was a great shock to many. But like several others before him, Clay Aiken to name just one, it was a question of mediocrity coming first and true quality coming in the lower places. In fact, I for one, am glad Chris did not win AI, otherwise we may not have seen such a high quality album that has stayed true to the REAL Chris Daughtry.

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