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Description Examines the Underground Railroad as it operated in south-eastern Pennsylvania. Based on interviews with those directly involved in the escaped slave network, this volume tells the stories of freedom ... more

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Review of Nail Masters Success Stories from Industry Experts - Ela Loszczyk

Good

Different to normal books about nails, varied selection of authors with different backgrounds

Quality of book itself not great, could include more details and stories, quite expensive

...famous distributor of professional only nail brands such as CND Shellac, and provides various training/courses, using such products). They provide some wise words to help those in this field to move forward in it. Georgie Smedley. This lady started off in nails but now has the UK rights to Nail Harmony products (including Gelish gel polish). Sam Biddle. Sam talks about her career in running...

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Review of Vampyres (Uncut Version) (Wide Screen) (DVD)

Good

Decent film and the best director's commentary ever

The film doesn't live up to its reputation, and the ending is a bit weak

...annoyed at being over-dubbed, and quite rightly so. But the best feature on the DVD is the commentary. It?s easily the best DVD commentary I?ve ever heard. The film?s producer. Brian Smedley-Aston and the director, Larraz, talk us through the film. Smedley-Aston does the usual commentary stuff - telling us where the locations were, what the cast and crew did afterwards etc. He?s mildly interesting...

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Review of Feed Me Weird Things - Squarepusher

Super

How Squarepusher made a name for himself

Some tracks inaccessible to the casual listener

.... On the flipside, some of this album will be impenetrable to those not used to alternative electronica's indulgent experimentation with tone and rhythm, tracks like 'UFOs over Leytonstone' providing little more than a frustratingly ambient soundscape, but it's not all seriousness as proved by 'Smedley's Medley', an entertainingly frantic, creeping jazz 'n' bass number that you can't help but smile to...

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