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Based in United Kingdom, c.p.howard has been an eBay member since 06 Nov, 2003

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by c.p.howard
The Wildhearts - Earth Vs. the Wildhearts (1995)
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
The Wildhearts - Earth Vs. the Wildhearts (1995)
In between falling out with themselves, each other, their record labels and the music press, Geordie rock band The Wildhearts have lit up the British rock scene over the past decade and a half. Of all their releases, their full-length debut album, 'Earth vs The Wildhearts', is the most acclaimed by critics and fans alike. It is not difficult to see why. From the opening rant against London, 'Greetings...', to the finale of 'Love U Til I Don't', the standard...
Therapy? - Troublegum (1993)
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Therapy? - Troublegum (1993)
Dark and twisted punk with a pop edge, 'Troublegum' is Therapy?'s masterpiece. Following on from indie label mini-albums 'Babyteeth' and 'Pleasure Death' and inconsistent major label debut 'Nurse', 'Troublegum' shot Northern Ireland's Therapy? into the consciousness of rock fans across the British Isles. In short, almost every song on 'Troublegum' is a classic. With sheet metal riffs and Andy Cairns' punch-drunk humo...
Queens of the Stone Age - Rated R (2000)
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Queens of the Stone Age - Rated R (2000)
Rising from the ashes of stoner rock gods Kyuss and on the back of their eponymous, low-key debut, Queens of the Stone Age rocketed into rock's top tier in 2000 with their first major label effort, 'Rated R'. Boosted by surprise hit single 'The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret', Josh Homme and Nick Oliveri finally got the recognition their efforts over the previous decade had deserved, with 'Rated R' topping many critics' lists of the best albums of 2000 an...
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