Top critical review
12 November 2018
I didn't buy it for me; me bought it for I, and I'm mortified. I was never a '70s child but I sure as well wouldn't be happy to have bought this and nostalgised after some post-it stamp little cardboard replicas. That's all it ever amounts to, all it ever was. Save yourself the time and don't begin to nostalgise after washing-up liquid ads and testcards in the first instance because you're a saddo otherwise who'll never begin to get off this planet alive. There's nothing warm and cosy about it. There may have been something warm and cosy about your life at the time, about the room you were in, the people and parents and family around you, how you were further made to feel, but that was exploited by these corporations and these governments so you'd make an association with their adverts, their brands, their products, their names and reputations... BULL!