Clubbers Guide 2011- Ministry of Sound Reviews
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Cream Classics Vol.1Cream Classics - What an Album (2120 words)
by thespurs - written on 27/11/04, updated on 26/04/05 (Very useful, 6037 readings)
~Introduction~ I am a huge fan of music in many genres, without it I would be lost. I enjoy listening to music whilst I work and am cooking or doing bits of housework. I also like to relax at home and when I am travelling by listening to some chilled out and calm music. In this review, I will try to review the music in as clear detail as I can giving a feel of some of the songs and their emotions. I will include a track listing so that you know what tracks are included, but this isn’t something that I have done in order to make my review look really long. ~Cream~ The ‘Cream’ brand has to be one of the most recognised and much loved clubbing ...
Now That's What I Call Music! 58One of the better Now albums (238 words)
by mousedadrummer - written on 10/08/09 (Useful, 11 readings)
out in 2004. This is one of the better Now albums that I have owned, a lot of other editions just seem to be filled with mostly rubbish tracks and Artists that I have never heard of, with only a handfull of decent tracks. This edition however is a suprise as I have heard of most of the artists on it, in fact out of the 42 tracks, there are only 7 artists I have no knowledge of! On some other Now albums, this would be the other way round. Some of my favourite tracks on the album are "Hey Ya" by Outkast, "Matinee" by Franz Ferdinand and "In The Shadows" by The Rasmus. There are also lots of other great tracks by big names such as Britney ...
Now That's What I Call Music! 58Hmmmm, not so much........ (372 words)
by pmcds - written on 06/02/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I was expecting impressive things from Now 58, especially seeing as Now 57, the April 2004 offering from the Now That's What I Call Music crew was so good. However, I found this to be yet another disappointing compilation of chart music, with hard fought over spots going to undeserving tracks once more. Disc 1 had a few good tracks on it. My favourite was probably Hey Ya from Outkast, and Left Outside Alone from Anastacia had a catchy beat to it. However, the disc starts off average with Rachel Stevens' Some Girls, and continued in the same vein for most of the disc. There are a few decent tracks towards the end, with Razorlight's Golden Touch and Keane's Everybody's Changing ...