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Description Alternative - StudioRecording - 1 CD(s) - Label: Level Plane Records, Level Plane - Distributor: Plastic Head Music, Plastic Head - Released: 13/11/2006 - 829617009721 more

Rock & Pop

Description 1 CD(s) - Jazz Instrument - Label: Original Jazz Classics - Distributor: Proper Note, Universal Music - Released: 21/06/1999 - 90204703586 more

Jazz & Blues

Description 1 CD(s) - Latin - Label: Jazz House (UK), Ronnie Scott's Jazz House - Distributor: Proper Note, Synergie Logistics; Proper Note - Released: 01/01/1994, 01/1994 - 5020592001945 more

Jazz & Blues

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Looks smart, soap smells lovely, simple to use

Doesn't always work, expensive

...(if a little superficial) reason for buying it. It?s white in colour, solid in stature and just large enough to hold the soap dispenser without being overly big. I think it looks sleeker than having a soap dispenser and much tidier than having a bar of soap lying around which always leaves a white residue wherever its been laying. No mess. This soap system really is very tidy. There is no need to...

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Not for me

“Stop the Problem Now”

published 03/06/2012

One good track

Poor all-round

...Background As far as Grime in 2010 goes, Kozzie was an unavoidable artist. By the end of the year, his ?Destruction? tune had finally established him as one to look out for. Months later, its remix ? ?Spartan (Remix)? ? just added to the fact that he would be the next in the line of solid South London Grime acts. Named after his signature bar, ?The Problem?s Started? came out as his debut...

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cheap food

destruction of habitat and rainforest / exploitation of workers

...agenda of the organisations involved? It could be difficult and it?s fairly unlikely. However organisations such as LUSH recently tried to increase awareness of the problem and also promised never to use palm oil in its products. PAINFULLY SLOW PROGRESS However, despite the fact that the RSPO claims that no other organisation has made as much progress with a certification scheme involving tropical...

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