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Legend - The Best Of Bob Marley And The Wailers ~ Bob Marley and the Wailers
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Easy to Listen to, Dec 14 2005
This music was made in the 70s and 80s. This is the best reggae ever made. Nothing beats it today. Some say he is too political, and he is too bitter. If you take the time to look into what he speaks about, you will know that the world is a very corrupt place. Yes, we need to have fun, and that is why music like this is made - to celebrate the fight against oppression. The first time I heard "redepmtion song", I was like "Damn... that was exactly how I felt. I had the same thoughts in my mind." People need to open their minds, and to think this was made in the 70s and 80s. Wow.
Mezzanine ~ Massive Attack
Mezzanine ~ Massive Attack
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This cd opens great, and never lets you down. Every track sounds different, and they all just give you a feeling like you can't get without them. Amazing. Can't keep this out of my cd player. Anyone who likes ambient music, or is open to electronica should hear this.
Out From Out Where ~ Amon Tobin
Out From Out Where ~ Amon Tobin
5.0 out of 5 stars TAKES YOU PLACES, April 30 2005
This CD really takes you places, starting with 'Back From Space'. This is my favourite track. The name suits it pretty well. Verbal is a nice tune. It doens't really fit in that well with the rest of the CD, but that isn't at all a bad thing. The song is great. The entire CD is excellent. The only song I found a little hard to like was Triple Science. It was a little too congested for me. I'll give it some more listens though, maybe that will help. I say if you like ambient/d n' b, you've got to pick this up. If you like this, The splinter Cell Soundtrack by Amon Tobin is another great album. You don't even have to like the game. Trust me.