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Red Army Faction Volume 1: Projectiles for the People, The
Red Army Faction Volume 1: Projectiles for the People, The
by J. Smith
Edition: Paperback
Price: £24.79

6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Compelling, well researched and very informative, 7 Jun. 2010
This is a must-read for English-speaking readers interested in this subject and with being over 700 pages long the amount of information presented in the book is just immense. The layout is well presented and very clearly described making it a fantastic source book. I congratulate the authors on a fantastic read and can't wait for the release of Volume 2!


Faith Divides Us - Death Unites Us
Faith Divides Us - Death Unites Us

4 of 23 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Pity the sadness - How the mighty have fallen, 29 Sept. 2009
Pity the sadness - How the mighty have fallen

I have been a fan of Paradise Lost for years now, but the clichés, dullness and uncreativity shown on their last few albums, have clearly reached new levels with this release. As harsh as it sounds, saying its is beyond dreadful is something of an understatement...Yes it honestly is that bad.

How this album is supposedly a "return to their roots" (Don't you just love it when a band says that) is an insult to their earlier classic material and thet status that they claim. Where has the creativity, emotion, atmosphere and melodies gone that they were so renown for?

No doubt this album will be a "classic" and their "best ever" amongst the adolescent Evanescence crowd and those who are happy with the stereotypical "goth" metal clichés and one dimensional, psudo juvenile angst ramblings. But for those who remember them at their peak with, albums like Icon and Draconian Times through to their electro experimentation days with Host, what a let down...
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