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Product: Audio CD
Title: Ghost Ship
Label: Varese Records
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Is not falling a track on this cd

Hey can anyone tell me wether or not "not falling" is a track on this cd or not I know "my little box" is but I don't know if not falling is if someone could help it would be most appreciated.

Product: Audio CD
Title: The Virgin Suicides: Original Motion Picture Score
Label: Astralwerks
Artist: Air
Rating: 2/5
Customer rating - 2 out of 5
Not Moon Safari 2

Well I was very eager for the release of this album and I must say it is another fine album from Air however its not AS good as their other material.

Product: Audio CD
Title: The Empire Strikes Back: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Label: RCA
Artist: John Williams, London Symphony Orchestra
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
fabulous soundtrack

I was absolutely stunned by the great soundtrack John Williams created for the sequel of Star Wars, Empire Strikes Back. As the cd leaflet itself states, it was a great task to outdo the Star Wars score Williams had created just three years earlier, but he succeeded - by far.
Empire Strikes Back soundtrack is - in my opinion - even better than the original Star Wars score. The thematic variances between the good and the evil, Yoda and Darth Vader, the Light and the Dark Side of the Force, is simply wonderful, as is the use of Wagnerian 'leifmotif', with the distinctive themes appearing there and there.
Although I at first was disappointed by the large number of more atonal and 'weird' tracks on the two CDs, I have later learned to enjoy them and see the brilliantly designed layers of music the genius composer has created.
Absolutely stunning and excellent.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Invincible
Label: Sony
Artist: Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
"Jackson reclaims his pop crown and wears it well"

I wish people would actually listen to the music before they write reviews. Also, since when were pop artist judged entirely on how they look instead of the music they produce?
This CD is an amazing piece of work from one of the legends of our time. This is the review at
It's all in place: the spiky songs of frustration replete with staccato rhythms that jam and spar with sassy vocals (often peppered with trademark lusty whoops and howls), and the more sentimental, pensive numbers, topped with either delicate or lush instrumentation and earnestly sung at a stately pace in a voice heavy with lovesickness and idealism. All set in the most perfect, ultra-modern sound that digital technology can provide. It is Michael Jackson's first studio album in six years, and if "Invincible" sticks to a formula then it is one that set the standard for pop-R&B, if not invented the genre, with Jackson's groundbreaking 1979 album, Off the Wall.
Still, Invincible doesn't merely tout past glories; the sound is updated with hard hip-hop beats on some songs, and throughout, the programming is au courant, state of the art.
Vocally -- his taking advantage of studio tricks aside -- Jackson sounds on top form. There's sheer, wild joy in his voice on "You Rock My World," a chunky rocker complete with those familiar whoops. Warmed and enriched by horns and strings, a chilly strutting beat tops Jackson's more mournful, tremulous rendition of the ballad "Butterflies." The title track is a sharp lament, busy with percussion, but this time, rather than the thrill of fascination or the ache of longing, Jackson doggedly begs for favors.
As with many pop culture leaders -- Madonna instantly come to mind -- Jackson accurately reads the times here, whilst adding his own mark. Formula or not, with Invincible, Jackson reclaims his pop crown and wears it well.