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Product: Audio CD
Title: Play
Label: V2. / Bmg
Artist: Moby
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Outstanding musical artist

The first time I heard this album I fell in love. I love different sounding music, and Moby has definitely produced exactly what I rave about. Each of the songs has a different style and if I didn't own the CD I wouldn't even know it was the same artist performing each song. There is a variety of music types which keeps you intently listening. It's the only CD that keeps its own place in my CD changer and is definitely the most listened to. You just wanna hear it again and again and again...

Product: Audio CD
Title: It's Time
Label: Warner Brothers
Artist: Michael Bublé
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
This is good music

It's Time is a pleasure to listen to. Michael Buble is a very talented singer. He sounds like the Frank Sinatra of the 21st century. He even covers the classic Sinatra song I've Got you Under My Skin superbly. He also covers the Beatles hit Can't Buy Me Love here, and he gives it a pleasant lively spin. My favorite track is Home though. It is an excellent song about being away from someone you love and longing to be with that person. Another highlight track on this CD is the duet with Nelly Furtado Quando Quando Quando. It is a very romantic song about two people in love. I also enjoyed the song Feeling Good. It is an optimistic song of renewal. This track has a nice jazz sound to it, that I really liked it. Try A Little Tenderness is a pretty song. It is a reminder to show a little compassion and tenderness to someone who needs it. Buble's voice is so soothing especially on a song like You Don't Know Me. This song is so relaxing. I recommend this CD to anyone who enjoys good music.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Dangerous
Label: Sony
Artist: Michael Jackson
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
consistently good

Though this album may already be eight years old, it still plays up there with the recent trend in musical style. This album is amazing! From the begining we ae taking on a tour of the singers smost creative side, his darkest side and his warmest side. The album shines with brilliant production, fantastic songwriting and beautiful orchestration. 'Jam' begins the album on a heavey note, not because it is emotionally raw but because the song's driving beats and rhythms are unforgetable. 'In The Closet' raves up to the ultimate climax, a song which was originally intended as a duet with Madonna, has no problem making the grade without her (it is hard to imagine her here!) 'Remember The Time' is a wonderfull up-tempo song filled with lip-smacking beats and a great chorus, pure genius. The hits 'Black Or White' and 'Heal The World' never sound out of date but rather define the time they were huge on the POP charts. 'Who Is It' (my favorite on the entire album, and let me tell you it is hard to come up with one! ) is so pure, but angry in its beat that you can't stop listening. That is the whole effect of this album, you can't stop listening! 'Will You Be There'? Do I have to say more, Beethoven would be proud! 'Keep The Faith' is the second time Jackson, collaborated with Alanis Morisette hit maker Glen Ballard and the result was amazing! The greatest album on the face of the planet, well the greatest POP album. The singers ultimate perfection, though his new release in 2000 may prove otherwise, he reached his creative climax (so far, maybe not though with the first five songs off 'Blood On The Dance Floor'!)with this album. Everyone should buy a copy, becuase here is michael jackson at his best. Not the Michael Jackson that we've come to know (or think we know) through the tabloids, but the Michael Jackson we came to love through the music. If I could give this album six or seven or higher out of five I would! Five out of Five.

Product: Audio CD
Title: The Lion King: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Label: Disney
Artist: Elton John, Tim Rice
Rating: 2/5
Customer rating - 2 out of 5
Very weak.

Elton John and Hans Zimmer do not a good scoring couple make. Definitely not. This CD has some very bad and uninteresting songs on it and I really hate that 'Circle of Life' tune. Plus, there are only 4 tracks devoted to Zimmer entirely. He won an Academy Award for this music yet they only give him 4 tracks worth of space?!?
The only one worth listening to is 'To Die For' which sounds pretty cool but is without theme or control. Nothing much on this CD interests at all I'm afraid to say. It's all too bland and unspectacular and badly arranged to boot.
Get the soundtrack to 'Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron' for some way cool Zimmer music and a great partnership with Bryan Adams. Avoid this 'un.