Nathan B. Hyatt

"Psychonaut"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (3 of 3)
Location: San Francisco
Birthday: July 27
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 489,854 - Total Helpful Votes: 3 of 3
Yes Remixes ~ Yes
Yes Remixes ~ Yes
This is one of the best cds I've heard in a long time, ranking right up there with the new Radiohead. While I am a Yes fan (duh, otherwise why would've I bought this?), I must say that they are not my favorite band in the universe, and I feel that this cd is superior to the originals in many ways.
Now hold on there, what did you say? Of course, this cd couldn't even EXIST without the original versions, so it cannot really be separated from them in the context of review. I will say, however, that as a fan of electronica, prog-rock, remix projects, and music in general, this is a GREAT cd. 5 out of 5 stars, hands down.
Potential buyers pay attention: the only people you will… Read more
Heavy Liquid by Paul Pope
Heavy Liquid by Paul Pope
5.0 out of 5 stars Best of the best, June 20 2003
I wish I saw this novel on more Top 10 lists, but oh well. Nevertheless, I demand that you buy this book right now, and with the hefty discount Amazon is providing, you can't afford to pass this up! With a cover price of 30 beans, I can understand why some would balk initially at purchasing this, but now you have no excuse! Thirty percent off is the deal of the century for this book, and I paid full cover at my local shop! If you are a fan of modern fiction, fine graphical art, or just insane ideas, you owe it to yourself to pick this up at Amazon's great discount.
Set in the near future, the main question in Heavy Liquid is "what is Heavy Liquid?" I'm not going to tell you, but I… Read more
New X-Men - Volume 1: E is for Extinction by Grant Morrison
The X-Men, as you may know, have had a long and winding trip through history, but they've never stood at a more exciting place than where they are right now. Pre-1991, it was pretty simple; there was Uncanny X-Men, and that's about it (oh sure, you can count New Mutants and somesuch if you want, but they weren't proper X-Men...). By 1991, Jim Lee and Chris Claremont had added so many new characters, that a spin-off series, simply called X-Men, was created.
Throughout the past ten or twelve years, these two series have taken readers to a variety of places, some good, some bad. But one thing that has surprised everyone is the number and amount of spin-off mini- and maxi-series that… Read more