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Learn and Burn
Learn and Burn

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awwwwwwww Yeah, May 11, 2011
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This review is from: Learn and Burn (MP3 Music)
Wow, what an unbelievable breath of fresh air. These cats have released a straight-up masterpiece of old-school, no-frills, t-shirt-and-jeans rock. Thin Lizzy meets The Band with a sprinkling of the Dead and a dash of Otis Redding. Tasty guitars, sax solos, even some pedal steel for good measure. "Keeping it real" is a tired phrase, but it certainly applies here. This record could have been released in 1971, yet is completely fresh and original. The Sheepdogs give hope to aging rockers like myself. LOVE THIS RECORD.
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Congratulations
Congratulations
Price: $9.99

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars What a shame, June 4, 2010
This review is from: Congratulations (MP3 Music)
What an incredible disappointment. After a stellar debut album, this band has clearly lost its way. Self-indulgent, meandering, with virtually indecipherable vocals and muddy production. I can appreciate experimentation and an attempt to explore new musical territory, but WOW. What a snoozefest.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A literate techno-thriller, January 26, 2008
Who's **not** afraid of technology these days? Douglas Gray zeroes in on our worst fears about the future in this well-written story. But Gray also provides vivid details that should appeal to all readers: "Rachel was on my arm all night, and glorious to look at: petite, pink-skinned, fine boned, smooth and firm, every inch of her, dressed in a shimmery cocktail dress that looked like it was spun from sugar and might melt from the warmth of her body at any moment. It did, in fact, come off easily enough when I took her home."
This is the kind of prose that will keep readers hooked.


SIRIUS Stiletto SL100 Portable Satellite Radio Receiver
SIRIUS Stiletto SL100 Portable Satellite Radio Receiver
Offered by TSS-Radio LLC
7 used & new from $99.00

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Big Disappointment, January 3, 2007
Don't believe the hype. The Stiletto has been hailed as the ultimate satellite radio gadget, but its performance is dismal. To call the satellite reception 'spotty' is a huge understatement. Yesterday I stood in an open field, held it over my head into a clear sky, and could only get an intermittent signal. I also have an S50, and it is without question the superior device (at a much more reasonable price). I'm not knocking Sirius, because it's a fantastic service. But in my opinion, the Stiletto is a colossal waste of money. 350 bucks? Ouch!


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