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Mixmaster Morris Presents Abstract Funk TheoryNeon wallpaper (1252 words)
by spoonfacer - written on 22/01/02, updated on 22/02/02 (Very useful, 192 readings)
(It's eleven o' clock on a Sunday morning- another station of the cross to bear that is your grandmother visiting for a traditional lunch of boil-in-the-bag Bernard Matthews Turkey Roast and microwaved rubbery vegetables in a glutinous partially-dissolved granulated gravy. The flicker flame two bar fire wafts lukewarm currents ceilingwards on its perennial one bar setting, the unwatched TV silently discolours the slumping anaglypta wallpaper and the drizzle outside the murky window seeps into the room at the blackened paint-picked corners of the yellowing frame. There seems to be some difficulty with the music: -Abstract What? -What Theory? -Mixmaster Who? ...
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Album - SoundtrackA CD that never gets boring to listern to (466 words)
by pastyorf - written on 08/08/02, updated on 08/08/02 (Useful, 1026 readings)
I bought this CD the week it came out in the shops. From the moment I first played it, it became the most listened CD in the house. My Best friend bought the CD at the same time and she also listens to it over and over again. My next-door neighbours joined the trend shortly after. The only problems with this CD are: 1 - You may become hooked! 2 - There needs to be a new one for the new seasons. (But it looks like this will be the only CD for BTVS). Quick review on the tracks: Track 1 is just the basic theme tune. If you've seen any of BTVS then you would have seen it in the first credits. Track 2 is a real teenage song ...