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Product: Audio CD
Title: Sunwheel Dance
Label: Sony
Artist: Bruce Cockburn
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
A rich artistic performance, full of nuance.


It's the year 2003 and I'm replacing old cassettes with CDs. This is the first one that came to mind because it's exquisite and has stuck with me since 1st finding it about 10 years ago during a difficult period. The notes and melodies are crafted with a contrast that reminds me of looking at wind-blown wet trees gone wild in shape. It transports and pleases other senses too like touching a beautiful coat on a kitten or lion. Bruce's words are delicate nuances of style; gradations of feeling from infatuation to deep affection to celebration; subtle shades of meaning everyone can relate to.



Product: Audio CD
Title: No Strings Attached
Label: Jive
Artist: *NSYNC
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Getting Better and Better


NSync has outdone themselves again. The songs on this CD are the best ones yet. There is more of and edge and a feeling behind each one. In my opinion, I can not find one bad song on this CD. Buy It NOW!



Product: Audio CD
Title: No Strings Attached
Label: Jive
Artist: *NSYNC
Rating: 1/5
Customer rating - 1 out of 5
No good songs attached


Ok guys and gals...I just want to say that this CD is N'Sync's crowning glory! It is wonderful. I got this CD the day it came out and I have already memorized three songs.
This music on the album is great. It truly transcends "Boy Band" status and puts N'Sync into a league of their own. Please buy this CD you will not be disappointed I swear! "Digital Getdown" and of course "Bye Bye Bye" are my favorite songs. Please even if you think you won't like N'Sync give this album a try...I think that you will love it.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Enigma 3: Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi!
Label: Virgin Records
Artist: Enigma
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Le roi est mort.......vive Enigma 3


Enigma's third adventure in sonic atmospherics is hindered by a formula that, while still interesting, sounds mired in an inability to move anywhere new. While great for fans and anyone who may have worn the first and second Enigma discs out, it doesn't add anything fresh to the vocabulary. Unlike "The Cross Of Changes," which took a few new sources for its material (the Native American rhythms and chants), "Le Roi est Mort..." feels more like a sophomore slump than the second album did.
The other drawback on this disc is that Michael Cretu has decided that he should do more of the singing. He comes off as a rougher voiced Phil Collins, which is not a good thing. "Why!" is a pretty good song nonetheless, but might have come across better in the more capable hands of Collins, or maybe a Peter Gabriel. Even with my reservations, someone must have thought the songs on "Le Roi Est Mort..." were pretty good, because four of these selections crossed to the "L.S.D." anthology.
Probably more than any of the four original Enigma albums, this is the most song heavy. There is definitely a push into the more sappy tendencies of New Age here ("Child In Us"), but if you're a fan of these sonic landscapes, then you'll probably dig the big boom of "TNT For The Brain." Other listeners can stick with the first two albums. ALSO: If you can find it, the original acetate slip card design of the earlier CD releases are an enhancement to "Le Roi Est Mort..."