Valid XHTML 1.0!

Valid CSS!

Product: Audio CD
Title: Bedtime Stories
Label: Warner Brothers
Artist: Madonna
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
A wonderful album, just like the rest of hers!


Every song has a different feeling and each and everyone is good!! I love Madonna and all of her work and this is one of her best yet! I also love "Ray of Light" in my opinion these are her two best albums



Product: Audio CD
Title: American Life
Label: Warner Brothers
Artist: Madonna
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Give it time......


When first buying this album, I completely looked over the album cover to check if I had purchased the right cd. A drastic move from her '00 Music album, Madonna loses the techno beats and feel by implanting more light rock elements. At first, I couldn't stand this trying to disguise it with another artist's name. Then, it just grew on me. I can't stop listening to it. Even if expecting the new sound Madonna has introduced to the world within the past 4 years, give this album a try. You may just be surprised!



Product: Audio CD
Title: In The Zone
Label: Jive
Artist: Britney Spears
Rating: 1/5
Customer rating - 1 out of 5
Dreck in the zone


It's all overworked too complex electronic trip-pop, with some bland hip-hop thrown in. Ugh, the Ying Yang Twins. Britney tries to shock by talking about her sex drive, getting hot and heavy with a guy on the dance floor and about pleasuring herself. But it sounds like a little girl cursing to appall people. It doesn't sound genuine at all. The lyrics are lame, and Spears' voice sounds like a computer recording, she's so synthesized.
Britney's just proven that she can't manage real music, and is creating dancepop that isn't even catchy. Want something solid by a former pop starlet? Try Mandy Moore's "Coverage." It's classy, beautiful, a good selection of songs and she doesn't try to shock people....



Product: Audio CD
Title: Play
Label: V2. / Bmg
Artist: Moby
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
Oh, this is a good one


play is quite simply the most fascinating record i have heard to date. the fact that moby spins blues and folk records into techno isnt the marvel here, its how good it sounds when he does that should be taken notice of. the variety is another thing that should be noted since despite the fact that the running theme throughout the album is remixed folk and blues there arent any two songs on the album which really sound like one another. i had the pleasure of watching moby do an instore to promote this album, and i was amazed at the energy and talent to play to a crowd onstage. for those of you wondering, moby can reproduce this sound onstage (he plays every instrument) without turntables! after his set, i got to meet him and i told him that he was "nothing less than a phenomenon" he smiled shook my hand and humbly told me he was very flattered. take heed to this gentleman, hes got more funk and soul than that obese skinny character we cant get off the radio....