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Reloaded Vol.3Reloaded 3 - Various artists (226 words)
by stoxy - written on 02/07/03, updated on 02/07/03 (Somewhat useful, 88 readings)
radio airplay but I certainly discovered an appreciation for those others I may not have immediately taken to as I ended up buying four other cd's by Artists included here! In my opinion, there are a only a few "dud" tracks included (down to my preference!) but this is a good ratio for a double CD compilation set. Definate value for money and and purchase I would strongly recommend to slightly more mainstream, guitar based music lovers to have in their collection. ...
Dr Who is Who - SoundtrackWho is Dr Who? (1901 words)
by hogsflesh - written on 09/08/01, updated on 09/08/01 (Very useful, 349 readings)
bits sounding a bit more ethereal than they did in Tom Baker's day. There are a few other versions of the theme on the CD, done by Various performers, usually orchestral, but all interesting and worthwhile and rather better than Orbital's frankly disappointing recent version. There are also a fair few other instrumental pieces that only seem to have any connection to Dr Who because the artists in question have called them things like "Dance of the Dalek". "The Eccentric Dr Who", by the Malcolm Lockyer Orchestra, features music from the Peter Cushing films. "The Landing of the Daleks" by The Earthlings is pretty ...
Top Gear AnthemsGreat Driving tracks (189 words)
by JohnC1977 - written on 27/07/08 (Useful, 75 readings)
You don't have to be a fan of Top Gear to get into this compilation album. Two discs of fantastic music, the first cd predominantly being classic tracks that you just want to drive somewhere with great winding roads, put the windows down and blast out your window full blast, the second CD being more contemporary hits. Both CD's are good in their own right but the first CD outclasses the second one in terms of the cool factor, with great tracks like "Jessica" and The Blue Oyster Cult's "Don't Fear The Reaper", which could potentially be one of the best songs on the CD, if not the world. The second CD had some great tracks like "Song 2" by Blur, "Buck ...