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Product: Audio CD
Title: America, Why I Love Her
Label: Mpi Home Video
Artist: John Wayne
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
John Wayne! What can I say?


The title cut on this album is worth every penny you pay. There was no one like John Wayne. He was a man who loved his country and was not shy about saying so. He says what he thinks and this album refects his feelings. Just listen to his voice and you can hear how he feels.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Something to Remember
Label: Warner Brothers
Artist: Madonna
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Beautiful


On this album, Madonna's often overlooked skill as a balladeer if brought to the forefront, and the results are truly impressive. Something to Remember is an artistic and beautiful album full of genuine emotion. This is a great music to listen to while relaxing or getting intimate. There isn't a bad or even mediocre track anywhere on this album. Special highlights include "You'll See," "Rain" and "Live to Tell."



Product: Audio CD
Title: Creamfields
Label: Thrive (Red)
Artist: Paul Oakenfold
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
What?


What do you mean 'played out'? This Beautiful Day remix was made specifically for this album... the only place you're going to have heard it is if you went and actually heard him live.

This album is awesome... probably my favorite track is "Como Tu". The lyrics are kind of awkward at first, but after you listen to it a couple times, it's unbelievable... If you like "Tranceport" you'll most likely enjoy this.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Measure of a Man
Label: Rca
Artist: Clay Aiken
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
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The first album from a new artist does not usually take a first hearing for me to like it. But I must admit, upon my first listening I was hooked. Though my wife and I already liked him, his debut CD was everything I'd hoped it would be. Though I must admit, my favorite song is a tie between the title cut and 'I Survived You'. 'Measure of a Man' hits home for me, because of my wife and her feeling toward me. 'I Survived You' shows that even though Clay has never lived through that kind of situation. He can still make us feel he has. One small diss on this entire CD has nothing to do with Clay or the songs. But the production of the liner. The fifth song on the CD is 'No More Sad Song' not 'No More Sad Songs'. Insignificant but wrong printing none the less.