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NME Presents Essential Bands 2006
NME Presents Essential Bands 2006
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Price: £1.98

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hmmmm...., 3 Jun. 2007
Well I have to say I agree with the previous review. Razorlight? The Automatic? The Fratellis? The Kooks? And that goddamn Chasing Cars? This album contradicts the opinioin of NME in a bizarre. Saying that buy this if it's only for bands like The Rakes, The Maccabees and Peter Bjorn and John.


Doctor Who - The New Series - Series 2 - Vol. 4 [DVD] [2005]
Doctor Who - The New Series - Series 2 - Vol. 4 [DVD] [2005]
Dvd ~ David Tennant
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Price: £3.14

4 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The 3 best of the series, 17 Aug. 2006
I completely disagree with all those saying Love And Monsters is the worst DW episode ever. It is the best! And the 2nd and 3rd are the other 2 on this DVD. BUY IT!


A Certain Trigger
A Certain Trigger
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3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars all applied pressure dealt with fine, 27 July 2006
This review is from: A Certain Trigger (Audio CD)
A brilliant album. The best album of 2006 and one of the best debuts ever. My favurite songs are "Apply Some Pressure" and the amazing "Limassol". I thought like many others cannot see why "Acrobat" was included at all.


Doctor Who: Complete BBC Series 2 - Limited Edition 'Cyberman Head' Box Set with Lenticular Postcard (Exclusive to Amazon.co.uk) [2005] [DVD]
Doctor Who: Complete BBC Series 2 - Limited Edition 'Cyberman Head' Box Set with Lenticular Postcard (Exclusive to Amazon.co.uk) [2005] [DVD]
Dvd ~ David Tennant

2 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Doctor Who is better than ever before, 23 July 2006
This is the best Doctor Who series of all time in my opinion. I'll rate the episodes for you.

THE CHRISTMAS INVASION 9/10 this was better than the whole of the last series put together

NEW EARTH 6/10 bit of a let down

TOOTH AND CLAW 7/10

SCHOOL REUNION 6/10 the slow start continues

THE GIRL IN THE FIREPLACE 10/10 wow

RISE OF THE CYBERMEN 7/10

THE AGE OF STEEL 6/10

THE IDIOT'S LANTERN 9/10

THE IMPOSSIBLE PLANET 10/10

THE SATAN PIT 10/10

LOVE & MONSTERS 10/10 my fave episode

FEAR HER 3/10

ARMY OF GHOSTS 6/10

DOOMSDAY 8/10


Montmorency on the Rocks
Montmorency on the Rocks
by Eleanor Updale
Edition: Paperback

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 100 times better than the first, 13 April 2006
Wow! I read this after I'd read the first Montmorency tale (which is considerably thinner) and I couldn't believe they were written by the same person. Whilst it would be harder to find a book with a better storyline than Montmorency I felt no sympathy for any one of the characters. Also it moved along far too quickly. Then, I bought Montmorency On The Rocks and was blown away. I rank this the 3rd best teenage novel I have read (after Stravaganza:City Of Flowers by Mary Hoffman and Small Steps by Louis Sachar respectively). Updale deals withs the consequences felt by Montmorency because of his drug addiction brilliantly and Fox-Selwyn's desire to help his friend equally well. The feelings experienced on Tarimond by Montmorency is a highlight as is the superb chapter on the train when Fox-Selwyn realises that if he can't resist eating his toffee in the middle of the night then how can Montmorency cope with his addiction. I also liked the way Chivers' unquestionable loyalty to Fox-Selwyn, Farcett and Montmorency was portrayed. But, for me the best part is Doctor Robert Farcett and the insight into his feelings from his despair after the death of his patient to the surprise at refinding Montmorency to the refusal of believing Maggie Goudie is a murderer. Read this.


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