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Product: Audio CD
Title: Play
Label: V2. / Bmg
Artist: Moby
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
perfect


Moby is one of the most innovative American electronic artists. On "Play", Moby combines classic tunes with warm pulsating electronic beats and the result is one of the best albums of 1999. This is one of the few albums which you can put on and listen to without skipping a track. Highlights include the soulful "why does my heart feel so bad", "run on", "south side" and the hit single "Body rock". Moby is one of the most under-rated American artists today. "Play" brings him one step closer to the mainstream success he so deserves.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Metamorphosis
Label: Buena Vista
Artist: Hilary Duff
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
Not bad for a new music beginner!


I have to say this album is a good one!There are several tracks from the album which I truly luv - So Yesterday,Come Clean,Anywhere But Here and Inner Strength.The rest of the tracks I didn't mention are good as well.So if you love pop music and would like to have a break from Britney and Christina,what are you waiting for? Go get the album and you'll have a great time listening to the songs none other from Hilary herself!



Product: Audio CD
Title: Giant Steps
Label: Atlantic
Artist: John Coltrane
Rating: 3/5
Customer rating - 3 out of 5
I don't get the adulation over this record


Giant Steps strikes me as cold, distant, and soulless. Every six months I break it out again and I always have the same reaction: it just doesn't grab my heart. It is a very technically proficient record, but it's fire is not human, to me. I know many people love it, but to me there is something essential lacking here. I except Naima from this review. That track alone deserves five stars, but the rest of the record is cold and metallic, to me.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Give Up
Label: Sub Pop
Artist: The Postal Service
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
*sheds a tear as he shakes his head, searching for words*


Deathcab goes techno, but cool. Seriously.