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Product: Audio CD
Title: You've Come A Long Way, Baby
Label: Astralwerks / Emd
Artist: Fatboy Slim
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5

This CD is great for parties and dances. The song "Gangsta Trippin" convinced me to buy the CD.I also liked "The Rockafellar Skank," "Praise you", and "Love Island". Every day I play the CD and make up dances to every song. I danced to "The Rockafeller Skank" in a school talent show and won 1st place!!!!!!! I got 10pts for choice of music, too..........

Product: Audio CD
Title: In The Zone
Label: Jive
Artist: Britney Spears
Rating: 1/5
Customer rating - 1 out of 5
The lady is a tramp!

Girl, I'm sorry, but you really are trailer park trash. You're a talentless, compulsive lying, 55-hour marrying, wild partying Jezebel who likes to steal married men from pregnant Black women. Plus, you can't sing for rice and I'm glad Justin Timberlake dumped you. You ain't fooling me with this "little-miss-innocent" garbage. I'm not havin' it! I love Jessica Simpson and she will always be better than you!

Product: Audio CD
Title: Spice
Label: Virgin Records
Artist: Spice Girls
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
i love em love em love em!!

oh my god i love the spice girls. they are like the best group in the world. i miss them so much. i wish they were a group again! they are soo great. i love britney spears but...she has nothing over the spice girls. the spice girls are the real thing. they can sing really good. there beat is good. i like the way they just can cooperate each other when they sing. they are like sisters. they sing so good together. i dont think they understand how much they were liked. i dont like them that much when they are on their own. they just look so lonely. they just need to be together. thats what it is meant to be. together. all. including geri. she is good. i love her voice. their movie was great too. i only have 1 of there cd's. that is spice girls. i cant find there other ones. all the stores have ran out. if you are a spice girl reading..please be a group again. i love you. bye

Product: Audio CD
Title: A Sense of Place
Label: Polygram Records
Artist: John Mayall
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
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John Mayall's illustrious career has taken him all over the musical map. His creativity was at low ebb, however, during most of the 1980s. He shows himself back in top form with the issue of Chicago Line and now, A Sense of Place. While it is true that he breaks no new ground here that can hardly be expected at this stage in his career. Mayall has always championed the music of J.B. Lenoir and he opens with a driving version of Lenoir's "I Want to Go". That is followed by a rhythmically pounding "Congo Square", in my opinion the best song on the album. "Send Me Down To Vicksburg" features some fine rollicking keyboards. Other good tunes feature a sensitive take on Santana's "Sensitive Kind", the bluesy Texas tune about the lawless "Jacksboro Highway", and the rocking blues of "All My Life". "I Can't Complain" is at once funny and thought-provoking. About the only ones I don't like are a swabby rendition of "Let's Work Together" and "Black Cat Moan". If you liked the Mayall of old, you'll like him once again when you hear "A Sense of Place". There are not many guys nearly sixty (at time of recording) who can still tear it up like John Mayall can.