Dr. Martens/Capitol Records Music Sampler Reviews
Description:Artist: Various / Release Date: 1996 / Genre: Compilations
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by - written on 07/10/00, updated on 07/10/00 (Very useful, 389 readings)
The Dr. Martens/ Capitol Records Music Sampler – you what? I hear you cry. Well last year I bought a pair of chunky Doc Marten’s (Boots to normal ppl). Anyway I opened up my box and found this neat, free CD’s inside. I was entirely sure was to what it was so I tried it out and have been very impressed. The CD has two uses, one as a CD-ROM with videos of the songs and whatever but basically it’s an advert disk for Doc’s and for Capitol records, it’s also a music CD, and it’s the music I want to focus on. It has to be said I wasn’t expecting much in the way of quality, after all it’s free, but wow, take a ... Read the complete review
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