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Dave

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 68% (27 of 40)
Location: Lexington, Kentucky
Birthday: April 4
In My Own Words:
Christian, conservative PR wonk.
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 315,049 - Total Helpful Votes: 27 of 40
Patriotic Country ~ Patriotic Country
Patriotic Country ~ Patriotic Country
One of the best collections of patriotic country music I've found. However, some songs on this CD aren't exactly patriotic, per se. They're more like "slice of life in America" songs. I would have traded these for others like Martina McBride's "Independence Day", Toby Keith's "American Soldier", and perhaps "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue".
God Bless the U.S.A. 2003 - Lee Greenwood, (3:30): Greenwood's famous song is still just as good as ever, and if you haven't heard it, this could become one of your favorite tracks.
My Town - Montgomery Gentry (4:27): It's just a simple song about being proud to be in "my town"
Till My Dyin' Day - Brooks & Dunn (3:06): A more… Read more
Spiderman The Movie 2 by ACTIVISION INC.
Spiderman The Movie 2 by ACTIVISION INC.
I'm just a simple gamer who enjoys a few video games in his spare time. I don't need a big machine for my gaming; a simple PC, or in my case, laptop, will do. But is that any reason to punish me? Spider-Man II is probably the worst PC game in my very small stack. I had heard rumors that programmers were making changes to the minor complaints like A) it was dumb to make Spidey unable to walk on the street, and B) it seemed a little odd that Spidey was swinging on webs attached to thin air. But the improvements cost too much in the overall quality -- I'll take my inaccessible streets and nonexistent web attachments.
First, it's obvious programmers concentrated too much on the… Read more
The Lord of the Rings The Two Towers: Piano/Vocal/&hellip by Howard Shore
It's books like this that made me wish I had the natural talent for music, or had at least studied and practiced hard enough to develop talent. The motion picture score that Howard Shore composed for The Lord of the Rings trilogy is absolutely brilliant, and while nothing can match his magnificent orchestra, there is something unique and incredible about hearing the same music played on a simple piano -- coming from your very own fingers.
The front cover is one of the promotional posters (NOT the DVD cover as was the case with the other two piano books from the trilogy) showing Saruman from the back commanding his 10,000 Uruk-hai. If you look on the right, although it is geographically… Read more