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AdvantagesCovers the band's 80s recording career nicely, unique vocals, high quality material, very melodic

DisadvantagesAs a compilation, now out of date

...Introduction After Slade?s split at the beginning of 1992, an expected swarm of compilations were released, including the German, Japanese and European compilation The Slade Collection 81-87, which nicely combined some of the band?s best tracks from 1981 to 1987. After the album?s release, a follow-up was issued in 1993, titled The Slade Collection, Vol. 2 79-87. This compilation...

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published 07/02/2011

AdvantagesPlenty to please fans of the show

DisadvantagesSome disappointing inclusions.

..., there are no original numbers. Thus this album starts where Vol 1 left off with the ensemble production of Proud Mary (in the show they all perform this in wheelchairs as a tribute to wheelchair bound Glee club member Artie). It is one of the big production numbers they do so well, allowing one of my favourite cast members Mercedes (Amber Riley) to really showcase her big vocals. Bill Withers...

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“Kill Bill: Vol. 2”

published 11/08/2004

AdvantagesLooks nice, final chapter is impressive.

DisadvantagesLack of originality, entirely dull for most of running time.

.... Jackie Brown resembles a ton of 70s crime films. Reservoir Dogs is just a remake of Long hu feng yun, a 1987 Hong Kong film. Pulp Fiction appears to be his only original works, and deserves all of the praise that it gets. It's a stunning film. This aside though, there seems to be little point in what he does. Kill Bill Vol 2 is no exception to this rule. This is the point where I'd usually...

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