A very useful derivative of insulating tape which can be used for waterproofing connections. To use, the top protective layer is peeled off and the rubbery...... more
A very useful derivative of insulating tape which can be used for waterproofing connections. To use, the top protective layer is peeled off and the rubbery self- amalgamating tape underneath is wrapped tightly around the connection to be waterproofed. Eventually, the layers of this tape will merge together and create a waterproof seal. This tape is highly recommended for automotive work and also aerial installations, particularly those for satellite TV where cables enter the LNB and polariser. The tape is black, 19mm wide and is supplied on 10m reels.
...A couple of years ago I were on the lookout for a TV aerial which would boost the signal to my television without any fuss. I wanted something compact, affordable, and most importantly it had to actually work! I didn't want the expense of having a rooftop aerial wired in, though it would have guaranteed an excellent signal as we have the 'main' house TV hooked up to the rooftop aerial. I have to...
Advantages: More settled, mature but still with the interesting quirks in music and words. Disadvantages: 'Mrs Bartolozzi'; 'Nocturn'. Nothing like 'Hounds' or 'Dreaming'; light jazz elements, for some.
...of the Atlantic. I shan't dwell on Ms Bush's personal events between 1993's 'The Red Shoes' and 'Aerial', which finally went on sale on 7 November 2005. Suffice it to say that Ms Bush's son, Bertie, was born in the interim, a fact you can't miss since he's featured prominently on her latest CD production through his drawings, photographs and a song.
'Aerial' consists of 16 tracks on two CDs that sonically...
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Review of Aerial - Kate Bush
Advantages: Deeply poetic, rich musical excellence. It's Kate Bush. Disadvantages: Not instant music for parties. It wouldn't work. Don't do it.
...'s back now with a new album called, 'Aerial,' and every bit as delightfully mad as ever. It's had two Brit award nominations so rejoice. The years of aggressive and tuneless rap music haven't affected her. She's still the poetess and great songwriter she always was, surrounded by the best of the best musicians in the business. Her wailing weirdness hasn't died. She's as different, if you see what I...