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Bonfire ~ Ac/Dc
Bonfire ~ Ac/Dc
What you will be getting from this 5 cd package is:
cd 1. basically a fair to good bootleg from a radio show featuring BON
cd 2. Outtakes from recordings, songs from TV shows and songs not released on Non-Australian recordings with BON (but not all of them, according to other reviewers),which don't sound half bad
cd 3/4. The audio version of the movie "let their be rock", without the interview segments, from the Highway to Hell tour that sounds very good
cd 5. the Back in Black cd.
Thus if you are a Bon Scott fan you won't be disappointed with this 5 cd box set.
If you are a casual AC/DC listener or someone who is not head over heals over the… Read more
Q2k ~ Queensryche
Q2k ~ Queensryche
Thanks to all who gave this cd a less than positive review, which resulted in myself buying it used, thus saving me a bunch a cash because it is not that great.
Such negative reviews tend to tee off others who think such a cd is the greatest thing since sliced bread, thus pressing the "NO" button on whether the afore-mentioned negative review was beneficial or not.
I know, since I have been tempted to do the same thing, and may have.
Such negative reviews I believe are mostly done to save others some bucks and to spend their hard earned cash elsewhere.
They helped me because I would have been disappointed in spending full price on a cd that is not up to… Read more
Sgt. Bilko <b>VHS</b> ~ Steve Martin
Sgt. Bilko VHS ~ Steve Martin
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Give credit to Steve Martin for trying to keep the essence of Phil Silvers' Bilko, that being a con man with a heart
The problem is the supporting cast, which made original TV show great and were a perfect foil to Bilko, is either non existant, non consistant with the original characters or badly played.
The characters of Paparelli, Zimmerman, Sergeant Grover, Sergeant Rupert Ritzik, his wife, Private Sugarman, Corporal Sam Fender are there in names only (Sgt. Hogan, Bilko's girlfriend in the TV series, is not in the film)
In an attempt to be politically correct, a woman is playing Barbarella, thus cannot be allowed to show the ignorance and lack of intelligence to… Read more