Amy Liz

Helpful votes received on reviews: 60% (3 of 5)
Location: Maryland


Top Reviewer Ranking: 537,035 - Total Helpful Votes: 3 of 5
Los Lonely Boys ~ Los Lonely Boys
Los Lonely Boys ~ Los Lonely Boys
The best way for me to describe this album is to say it's a mix between Eric Clapton and Santana. The release is perfect; there's not much--if anything--like it crossing over into the maintstream. It's easy to see how it appeals to many diverse listeners, though. This album has everything: rock, blues, a bit of country and western, and some great south-of-the-border tunes as well. I can listen to this whole album, no skipping tracks, because it's that good. Not only can these guys play their instruments to perfection, their harmony is excellent, too. It's nice to hear such quality musicianship for a change! Thank you, Los Lonely Boys, and good luck. I hope to hear more from this band in the… Read more
76 ~ Armin Van Buuren
76 ~ Armin Van Buuren
3.0 out of 5 stars Still worth buying..., June 30 2004
This album fell short for me, but not so much that I regret buying it. There are some fantastic tunes, mostly the instrumental ones, like tracks 1, 2, 6, 8, 12, and 13. So right there I have justified purchasing this CD. The CD starts out wonderfully, "Promedium" and "Precious" set the tone for the whole album and are reminiscent of early synth work from the seventies, like "Oxygene" by Jean Michele Jarre. Nice touch! One highlight for me included the ultra-trancy "From the Heart" (track 6), which has a very liquid sound; the only downfall being the silly spoken words, which are a pitfall in many good trance songs. Another great song was the last… Read more
Monopoly Party - PlayStation 2 by Infogrames
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Another reviewer had trouble with this game as well. This disc didn't work in my PS2. The back of the disc was a blue color and I had to return it, only to get another bad disc. Argh! Needless to say, you can only exchange this for the exact same thing (got mine at Game Stop) and I'm not going through this a million times. A note to software manufacturers: stop making cheap stuff!