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Flip Case Cover II for HTC Desire G7, black
Flip Case Cover II for HTC Desire G7, black

3.0 out of 5 stars Fits well, major battery charging flaw?, 5 Dec. 2012
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I purchased this product due to the bargain price from a marketplace seller. The case itself is fake leather, but it slips on the phone perfectly. One major flaw is there is no hole to plug in your charger at the bottom, so you will either have to make your own or open the cover to charge it (or take it out) Other than that, worth it.
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Down in Albion
Down in Albion
Offered by mrtopseller
Price: £4.99

25 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Heard the promo album - its a blinder, 23 Oct. 2005
This review is from: Down in Albion (Audio CD)
I am fortunate enough to borrow a promo copy of this album from an associate of mine, and I have to say it is very impressive.
Different and Suprising - the only way to describe this album. Being a Libertines fan from the start, I quickly turned to the babyshambles after their split. The babyshambles, although they have had their ups and downs are a band of quality and excellence, and this album prooves their worth.
The opening track is an unusual mix of sounds and lyrics, quite different from the rest of the album. A mixture of different beats, fast and slow, a repeating "batman theme" style tune runs through the song. One other suprise on this track is the female voice which kicks in after a couple of minutes - kate moss? Track two f*** Forever - brilliant! a previous release from the babyshambles. Following that A'rebours is ok quite difficult to understand, and my least favourite track on the album. From the least favourite track comes the best track, the 32nd of December. An amazing song in Libertines style, surely will be a future single release. A bright, loud and lyriclly dark track - Stunning. A great blend of catchy riffs and instrumentals. Pipedown and sticks and stones are the next tracks, both very good in their own right. Sticks and stones is totally different from what I have ever heard. In a reggae style tune, only pete dohertys familiar voice links this with the band!. Other superb songs on the album include Killamangiro, completlly revampt to the single version on the album and down in albion, the forthcoming single, the best track to date. Overall, absolutlly fantastic, both lyriclly and musiclly. A sure hit and comes highly reccommended.


Handbags and Gladrags / First Time Ever I Saw Your Face / How [CD 1]
Handbags and Gladrags / First Time Ever I Saw Your Face / How [CD 1]
Offered by simak
Price: £6.30

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars StereoPhontastics, 3 Dec. 2001
The stereophonics music is going from strength to strength, and this powerfully sung track does it all. I would highly reccommend this to any stereophonics fan, or if you have not listened to them before, try this. Boy or girl or man or woman, its a great song, and well re-done.
After listening to the Rod Stewart version, you will realise how much work the phonics have put into this track.
The hairs on the back of your neck rise at the power of the voice, and tears fill your eyes at the beauty.
The other two tracks, are also fantastic.
Buy it. The phonics deserve a number one.


Step On My Old Size Nines [CD 2]
Step On My Old Size Nines [CD 2]
Offered by barneys_cds
Price: £2.79

5.0 out of 5 stars Stereophonics at their best, 12 Aug. 2001
The stereophonics have built themselves up over the years, and are now one of the most successful bands out there. Step on my old size nines, is without doubt, one of the best tracks, if not the best track, on the Just Enough Education to perform album. This track is a mixture of typical stereophonics indie style music, with a bit of country and western. The song is about a man and a woman, and the man asks the woman to dance, but she does not know how to dance, so the man says, ok, step on my old size nines and Ill take you round. A high reccommendation. Well done lads!


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