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5.0 out of 5 stars Spoiled by one careless review, 8 Jun. 2007
This review is from: Second Toughest in the Infants (Audio CD)
Why review this album if it is not the kind of music you usually listen to? Ok, if you like Underworld and this comes as a real disappointment, then fair enough. But to have this album as a random review, and slate it, is a waste of time.

I refer to the one-star review below - check the rest of the reviews from the same person: a few negative reviews, however I can appreciate them. For example, the review for a Miles Davis album relates to the incorporation of rap, which the reviewer has a clear dislike of. Fair enough. But why slate an album simply because it is not to your taste???

I have bought some howlers in the past - my mistake - but I didn't go out of my way to rubbish them...

Anyway, A damn fine record sirs, Pearls girl is a beast of a track; it leads you in gently and smacks you square in the face with that beat. Beautiful. The rest also all great.

Don't let one bad star ruin the rest of them, if Underworld is to your taste, go get this record, and if it isn't, leave it alone (all the more Underworld for the rest of us!!)
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Initial post: 30 May 2009, 23:07:18 BST
Spuddy Spud says:
Q: Why spend most of your time on an album review reviewing someone else's album review?
A: Because, just like the other person, you have freedom to express your opinions in any way you care to on these review pages, no matter how ill-informed they may be.
I'm referring more to the negative review than your comments, by the way, but all the same, people can post bad reviews if they want.
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