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Description 1 CD(s) - Irish - Label: Shanachie Records, Shanachie - Distributor: Proper - Released: 01/05/1995, 05/1995 - 16351794420 more

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Description Alternative - StudioRecording - 1 CD(s) - Label: Done To Death - Distributor: Shellshock/SRD - Released: 29/08/2011 - 634457546028 more

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“A Poor Mans 'Tommy'”

published 27/10/2012

AdvantagesAfterglow, Lazy Sunday, HappyDaysToyTown, Rollin' Over

DisadvantagesLong Agos and Worlds Apart

...'t the sharpest tool in the shed). Next we have a little more nonsense narrative from Mr Unwin, before kicking into a rock number; 'Rollin' Over'. This track sees Stan setting off on his quest to find the other half of the moon (silly man), "Save all your lovin' 'til I get home, to the sweetest lovin' sunshine that I've ever known, tell everyone that I'm gonna find it, there ain't nothin' gonna stop me" (I...

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Excellent

“Showered in Tommy Wash”

published 25/05/2015

AdvantagesExcellent, lasts well, lovely scent

DisadvantagesExpensive

...**Introduction** When a fragrance comes on the market it is usually joined by a couple of other products in the same line. One of the common additions which you will find in the line and often available In a gift set is the accompanying Body Wash or Shower Gel, My first experience of the Tommy Hilfiger's signature fragrance was a few years ago with a sample of this Body wash which came in...

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Good

“One man's grief”

published 10/06/2016

AdvantagesBrilliantly-acted, pleasant music, historic authenticity

DisadvantagesDepressing, perhaps a little pretentious, lacks cohesiveness, somewhat pointless

...Based on a Christopher Isherwood novel and set in what probably right at the end of the 1950s or perhaps very early 1960s, A Single Man focuses on George Falconer (who I perhaps wrongly believe is supposed to be bisexual rather than homosexual) as he tries to cope with the death of his young lover. Depressed yet still committed to his job (a schoolteacher), jaded and with his emotions that he can...

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