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Description Rock & Pop - StudioRecording - 1 CD(s) - Label: EMI Music Distribution - Distributor: EMI Music Distribution - Released: 08/11/2004 - 724356072657 more

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Review of Sometime Soon... - Snakes

Excellent

the sound of contemporary UK Americana

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...a decade under the present moniker, it?s great to finally see them truly come of age. Whilst their debut album, Songs From The Satellites, really started to get their name talked about in all the right places, I think the much quoted accolade of ?Muswell Hill?s own Whiskeytown? may have been slightly premature With Sometime Soon however, such a quote is bang on the money. If the debut album was...

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Review of And Soon The Darkness (DVD)

Satisfactory

“And Soon To Sleep!”

published 12/03/2011

The basic story of the film is great and this alone is worth seeing! Amber Heard looks amazing!

Where to start? The soundtrack is rubbish, lack of special effects and quite a lot of poor acting!

...(Film only review) And Soon The Darkness Stephanie (Amber Heard) and her best friend Ellie (Odette Yustman) are two young American girls who have taken a bit of time from there everyday lives and have traveled to Argentina to see the sites and the luxuries of the country. Whilst there they decide to travel around on mountain bikes to get a better view of the place and to see what they want...

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Review of How Soon Is Now? - The Smiths (Single)

Excellent

The darkness and lyrical content

May be to depressing for some people

...The Smiths How soon is now is an incredible song in my opinion originally released in 1984 as the B side to William it was really nothing. And then subsequently released as an A side in 1985 How soon is Now is by far one of the best tracks that The Smiths ever released in my opinion. As a track it lasts a little under seven minutes and is filled with great instrumental parts that lead into...

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