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Product: Audio CD
Title: Hilary Duff
Label: Hollywood Records
Artist: Hilary Duff
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
She's Maturing, She's Blooming

When I Heard she was making another Album. I got scared i thoguht she was gonna turn britney on me. But she didn;t. yea she has a view suggestive photos but she's yet to "Cross The line". This album is a beautiful display of her maturity. Almost every song is a reflection on her life and a banging tune. My Faves are Fly{It's Really Catchy], Do You want me, Weird[Talkin bout aaron...}, Underneath This Smile{i can Really Relate To This},Dangerous To Know[I'm DANGEROUS!},I Am[So amny things i am!}Haters{I'm going through 2 adult twins who are wayyy older then me being stupid and being hatters!,Rock this world-jericho. As see almost the whole album is my fave! This is another Car Album and it is the bomb! A great Come back
Note: Hilary Don't Become a britney!

Product: Audio CD
Title: The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle
Label: Sony
Artist: Bruce Springsteen
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
Solid as always..

Altough still going for his best, this second album by Bruce was a huge improvement over his first one.
The seven songs are strong, and it becomes obvious that Max Weinberg is a better drummer than Vincent Lopez, who was fired after this album.
A very enjoyable album.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Thursday Afternoon
Label: E.G. Records
Artist: Brian Eno
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5

The previous reviewer has read my mind, so I'll be brief. If you are at all interested in ambient/electronic music, then the acquisition of 'Thursday Afternoon' is a must. Deceptive, hypnotic and incredibly soothing, this is the one to load up along with 'Music for Airports' and 'Neroli'. Mr Eno's extended works can put you in a better place and time.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban
Label: Atlantic
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5

I must admit, when I first heard this soundtrack, I didn't enjoy any of it actually. I think one of the reasons was I had just got the Van Helsing soundtrack, which had a totally different taste than this. But I turned my attention towards this score, cause I thought, it's John Williams, I'll give him another try, cause he's just amazing. So I started listening to it again, and I haven't stopped since. It's much different than the previous two, with only Hedwig's Theme showing up in the beginning as usual, and once more in another track. Everything else is new music, and John Williams is a master of making beautiful and memorable themes, and it shows in this score. It's one of my favorites now, but everything new he comes out with is one of my favorites. John Williams brings us another memorable score. If you haven't bought it, buy it!