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VGA to HDMI Converter 1080P Gold Plated Audio Analogue to Digital Converter with USB Transmiss Audio and Power Supply for Training Speaking or Watching Movies Playing Games or Screen Extend for HDTV Monitor HD TV Projector-Black
VGA to HDMI Converter 1080P Gold Plated Audio Analogue to Digital Converter with USB Transmiss Audio and Power Supply for Training Speaking or Watching Movies Playing Games or Screen Extend for HDTV Monitor HD TV Projector-Black
Offered by Rhinocoeu
Price: £10.95

4.0 out of 5 stars Good product., 16 Oct. 2015
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Item works fine, no problem, just a note that the English spelling and grammar on the back of the box is appalling and needs addressing, doesn't look professional at all.


From the Lions Mouth
From the Lions Mouth
Price: £22.15

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You must listen to this album!!!, 6 Feb. 2015
This review is from: From the Lions Mouth (Audio CD)
I stumbled on The Sound when they supported Echo and the Bunnymen at Liverpool University in 1980 on their Crocodiles tour, when I was about 16 years old. I was right at the front of the audience and Adrian Borland's energy and guitar playing blew me away.

Most of the songs they played that night were from their Jeopardy album, which for those of you who like the post-punk era stuff is well worth a listen; full of energy; great guitar, keyboards, driving bass lines backing up Borland's vocals. Heartland is still one of my fave tracks, particularly live.

When 'From the Lions Mouth' came along in 1981 Borland took the band to another level. Jaw dropping key changes and a heartfelt emotion in his lyrics, that at times really moves you and to think.... this guy really means this!!

'Winning', 'Judgement', 'Possession' and 'Silent Air' must be listened to, if you don't hear them you're really missing out on something special..

At the time the music press applauded the album with comments such as......'It's one of the all time great lost 'classics'....flawless' and Steve Sutherland from Melody Maker wrote...."Lions Mouth could be the end of the line for me and 'rock' records - it's that good"

Unfortunately Adrian Borland's life ended far too soon, but I will remember him for one of the best albums ever made.


All Mod Cons
All Mod Cons
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Price: £5.89

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best album........in the world!!!, 25 Nov. 2014
This review is from: All Mod Cons (Audio CD)
This was the record that literally changed my life, and to think I got it off a mate for 50p in the spring of '79 when I was 14 years old! From that day to this day I still believe this is the best album ever made and it still makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up. To think Weller was around 19 years old when he wrote it; the maturity in the lyrics and construction of the songs goes well beyond his years and for me he is at times comparable with Lennon & McCartney. Along with Thick As Thieves (off Setting Sons), Mr Clean is one of my favourite Jam tracks ever. The album's breadth and depth takes you from the pulsating, apocalyptic energy of A Bomb in Wardour St, to the sublime, touching love songs such as English Rose and Fly. Throw into that the 'Beatle'ish' It's Too Bad and the masterpiece that is Down in the Tubestation ('pure genius', no other words to describe it) then you will start to appreciate the one of Weller's finest pieces of work. Let's not forget Foxton and Buckler who provide a flawless rhythm section; Foxton's bass line on Tubestation is unreal!!

I sometimes wonder whether I like All Mod Cons more than Setting Sons, but I always come back to Mod Cons. If it wasn't for me parting with my precious 50p on that Spring day in '79 in the playground, then I may never have experienced the last 35 years of Weller's music.............unimaginable!!!
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The Trials Of Van Occupanther
The Trials Of Van Occupanther
Price: £7.49

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing!!, 4 Mar. 2013
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This is a fantastic record, I'd never heard of Midlake until I heard a track from this album on a free compliation CD in a magazine. Songs about pioneering & life in the American mid-west in the 19th century may sound a bit 'hippy' but the technical & melodic genius of the lyrics and music blew me away. If you love great musicians, jaw dropping key changes, honest & soulful lyrics then give this one a go, you won't be disappointed.


Back In The Room
Back In The Room
Price: £10.41

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Memories of The Jam, 4 Mar. 2013
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This review is from: Back In The Room (Audio CD)
Really good album with songs that take me back to the days of The Jam back in the late 70's/early 80's. The usual flawless bass playing by Bruce and the band seem really tight and bang on the money. Only thing that stopped it being a 5 star was a few of the songs sounding a bit like old Jam B sides. Don't let this put you off, most good albums have the odd track ot two you skip, but all the others are well worth a listen.


Pretenders
Pretenders
Price: £4.44

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic!!!, 4 Mar. 2013
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This review is from: Pretenders (Audio CD)
Most people will remember The Pretenders for their chart success with the likes on Brass in Pocket etc.. However, although including these hits, this album also demonstrates the raw intensity of the band with Chrissie's razor sharp lyrics and the metallic crunch of the guitars. 'Tattooed Loveboys' and 'Precious' are fine examples of this but for me 'The Wait' is the highlight of the album. Play it in your car at full volume and you'll think to yourself 'Is this really the same band that sang 'Stop Your Sobbing'? it's fab, buy it now and enjoy!!!


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