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Product: Audio CD
Title: You Can't See Me
Label: Sony
Artist: John Cena & tha Trademarc
Rating: 1/5
Customer rating - 1 out of 5

John Cena is one of the worse rappers I have ever heard if you bought this CD throw it right in the trash because it is crap do not buy this if I could have given this CD zero I would have this CD has no good beats and it has no good rhymes the video for Bad, Bad Man is garbage and Trademarc can't rap at all what where thes guys thinking as if we need anymore of this crap music.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Tone Poems 2
Label: Acoustic Disc
Artist: David Grisman
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Tone Poems II : A must have for any one who

The music is superb. Anyone who likes accoustic music will love this. Included with the CD is a booklet describing the instruments Grisman and Taylor use. While listening to the tunes, you can flip through this booklet and get a short history of the different vintage guitars, mandolins, ect. they use in this album. This is an excellent piece of work and artistry.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Measure of a Man
Label: Rca
Artist: Clay Aiken
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5

This is one of the most inspirational albums! Absolutley Phenomenal! (I agree Kelly's album is great - but aren't we comparing apples to oranges?) WELL WORTH THE WAIT SINCE AI2! Great job - beautiful voice - beautifully mastered! Powerful album! Thank you for your gift!

Product: Audio CD
Title: MCMXC A.D.
Label: Virgin Records
Artist: Enigma
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
Still Relevant 8 Years Later

I have owned this cd since it's release in '91, and have not stopped listening to it since. Others have echoed my sentiments about the redeeming facets of this music, so I need not be redundant there. Some people have gone so far to say that their (well, Cretu's..) newer relelase, "Le Roi Est Mort...." is not nearly as interesting. I disagree strongly. Cretu has matured as an artist, but I do wish he would sing less. It would have a far better effect used more sparingly - as on "Rivers of Belief," the only track on MCMXC A.D. he sings on. For those starving for music like this, I recommened you search out titles by Delerium. Many have said they out-and-out mimicked the style of Enigma, but Leeb and Fulber have been around far too long to stoop so low. There is plenty of room in this "mixed-bag" genre for newcomers to push the boundaries of these sounds in new directions.
You like this cd?? Then check out Delerium's "Semantic Spaces," Deep Forest's debut cd (steer clear of the follow-ups, as they are dogs!) and also Mike Oldfield's "Songs For Distant Earth." He makes excellent use of world-music blurbs and Gregorian chanting on his effort.
But long may Cretu and Enigma rule!!!!