Valid XHTML 1.0!

Valid CSS!

Product: Audio CD
Title: Details
Label: Mca
Artist: Frou Frou
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
tenderly, graciously, inspiring

I have been fortunate to finally find a music CD that can transition the mind from one realm to the next without losing any beauty or essentials. Frou Frou's album is great!! I love "Let Go", "Breath In", Must Be Dreamin', Only got One" and "Shh". Anyone with an ear for great beats composed by a truly remarkable man, Guy Sisworth, should go to Sam Goody, FYE, or where ever great music is sold. The instruments in this album are so fierce and clear, it's impossible to turn away. I've run down three packets of batteries just listening to this CD everyday! Imogen is such a beautiful singer and her beauty resonates throughout the entire album. Don't go into this thinking you're going to hear Fiona, because i don't think Fiona compares as well. (My own personal opinion). Let the words and the music decide for you.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Anything Anytime Anywhere: Singles 1979-2002
Label: Rounder / Pgd
Artist: Bruce Cockburn
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
A Good Collection, But...

"Best of" collections are often difficult, and it is always most evident when it comes to artists like Bob Dylan, Van Morrison...and Bruce Cockburn. While it's hard to fault this gathering of work, still we're left with plenty to bat about, especially with the catalog that Cockburn has accumulated. This makes about the fourth compilation over the years, with Mummy Dust, Resume (not the same album, contrary to some misinformed reviewers), and Waiting for a Miracle having gone before. Nevertheless, even with the addition of Anything, Anytime, Anywhere, we're still waiting on one good representative collection showcasing the finest of Cockburn's work. Again, not that this isn't a good collection. It's just that there are some gems along the way that were unfortunate omissions, especially considering the fact that two new songs were included in the group. Just a few that should have been strongly considered would be After the Rain, How I Spent My Fall Vacation, Candy Man's Gone, Tropic Moon, Wanna Go Walkin', and Broken Wheel. Even from the more recent Charity of Night album, Get Up Jonah, Mines of Mozambique, and Strange Waters seem to me stronger cuts than the ones selected. It's hard, I know, and given the chance, each Cockburn enthusiast would have a different anthology. The best choice is to invest in the entire catalog, and happily, I hear that beginning this summer, most of the Cockburn albums are to be reissued in remastered form, along with some additional cuts. Not a bad time to act.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Cosmic Thing
Label: Warner Brothers
Artist: The B-52's
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Their finest work

I've been listening to the B-52's since their first album came out, and this, by far, is my favorite. The combination of simple tunes, absurd lyrics and lilting harmonies makes this music you can listen to over and over again.

Product: Audio CD
Title: The Butterfly Effect (Score)
Label: La-La Land Records
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Song In The Movie

I have heard some of the album, overall the music is good, but I have to say that "Kayleigh's Funeral" is by far the best on the soundtrack.
Just a correction to "A music fan's" comment, the Oasis song played at the end of the movie is called "Stop Crying Your Heart Out", which can be found on their Heathen Chemistry album.