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Product: Audio CD
Title: Music
Label: Warner Brothers
Artist: Madonna
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Many roads traveled..but this is the best one!


I am an avid Madonna fan(since I was 10 in 1989-"Like A Prayer" Days..)I will tell you that at first I appeared a bit let down...After "Music" ...and "Impressive Instant"...I started to say 'uh-oh'.But...by the time you get to the dance infused "RUNAWAY LOVER" ....I was already changing my mind!By the end of the 'ride' of this album..I was ready for another go around..<I'm relistening to it the 2nd time now>!Some of the best songs are:"Runaway Lover""Amazing""Don't Tell Me"Some of the others will take a grasp of thought and understanding...but they are excellent as well.If you are an avid/long time Madonna fan, or you became a fanatic of the style of RAY OF LIGHT....get your azz 2 da store!!You need this album!!!:-)~~ Rock it on M A D O N N A!!



Product: Audio CD
Title: Shut Up You F**king Baby!
Label: Sub Pop
Artist: David Cross
Rating: 3/5
Customer rating - 3 out of 5
Below Par


So the people below me are listening to this with a critical eye.....maybe not the CD to try and deconstruct, more like the kind you sit in a goodwill parking lot at 4 in the morning with three of your friends in a giant van thats left running listening to the night after the goodwill was robbed of its safe, and one of the 3 friends is suspected of doing it.
This is one of the funniest things ever, and I would never buy a comedy disc. This one is worth the money. Juicy altar boy starfruit. Amazing. Yes, some of the MR.Show voices show up mainly because there not MR.Show voices. It would be kind of like getting mad at Robin Williams for doing the same schtick he does in his movies on stage. Of course there are similarities. But anyone who saw his HBO special realize that.
Can't wait for the tour DVD to come out.



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 rocks


This cd is my fave. i listen to all his phat tracks every morning in the shower. This fat boy cd is the best they come.



Product: Audio CD
Title: The Bee Gees - Their Greatest Hits: The Record
Label: Universal
Artist: The Bee Gees
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
The definitive BeeGees career overview!


The BeeGees' career is marked by a chameleon-like ability to personalize pop culture music trends, from some early Beatlesque tracks to their disco-era superstadom and beyond. If you want to get substantial exposure of the highlights of the BeeGees' entire career, this CD is the recommended way to go. The HDCD remastering significantly upgrades the sound, particularly for the 1960s and 1970s tracks. Furthermore, the trio recorded enough quality cuts that a 2 1/2 hour-long retrospective isn't excessive--it is just right for those who want one comprehensive BeeGees collection.
Disc one starts out with some memorable 1960s singles (TO LOVE SOMEBODY, WORDS, etc.). Unlike other British acts (e.g., the Beatles, the Stones), the BeeGees' 1960s-vintage music generally steers clear of rock elements, opting for a relatively sophisticated brand of pop that maximizes the group's unique vocals (lead and harmony). Some tracks are more memorable than others (LONELY DAYS and HOW DO YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART are particularly noteworthy), but there is a consistent quality to all of the music of this era presented here. The consecutive tracks RUN TO ME and JIVE TALKIN' provide one of the more striking and unpredictable segues of any popular music group. JIVE TALKIN' abruptly places the group right in the forefront of the disco era, and a number of this era's tracks--including such soulful ballads as LOVE SO RIGHT--hold up surprisingly well. By YOU SHOULD BE DANCING the thumping, somewhat funky rhythm tracks generate a fair amount of rhythmic momentum.
All of the key SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER tracks get play to open side two--the only BeeGees' tracks that have been overexposed nonetheless still rank among the most enduring representations of the disco genre, even with the exaggerated falsetto vocals at times. My concern was whether tracks from the remainder of the group's career would be anticlimatic. To an extent this is true, but based on the tracks chosen here there is little loss in actual musical quality. The BeeGees even slip in several new recordings of Gibb-penned tunes that were hits for others, and in my opinion their versions hold up better than the originals.