Skip to main content
eBay

clunky2398's profile

cover image
clunky2398
throbber
100% positive Feedback

Based in United Kingdom, clunky2398 has been an eBay member since 02 May, 2002

Save Cancel
Feedback ratings See all Feedback
11
Positive
0 Neutral
0 Negative
Feedback from the last 12 months
  • ShoeStationDirect.co.uk Thanks you for your custom
    18 Mar, 2014
  • A1 ebayer with fast payment - thanks!!
    14 Mar, 2014
  • Many thanks for your Purchase..Immeadiate Payment and a pleasure to do business!
    02 Mar, 2014
  • Wow next day the item was with me very very impressed thank you!!
    16 Feb, 2014
  • Good buyer, prompt payment, valued customer, highly recommended.
    05 Feb, 2014
| | | Member since: 02 May, 2002 | United Kingdom

Reviews

by clunky2398
Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (2001)
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (2001)
'Discovery' is one of those hit-laden albums that seem to be slightly better than it actually is. Jeff Lynne, THE songwriter of ELO is still wistfully wishing that he had been at the garden party when Mr Lennon met Mr McCartney and the Beatles influences are constant throughout his music. This album is hugely enjoyable none-the-less. It is jam packed with hit after hit and almost deserves to be a compilation. As an album, as a project, as a concept - its just a collection of songs....
Manfred Mann - Good Earth (2004)
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Manfred Mann - Good Earth (2004)
I remember buying The Raging Silence when it came out(the one with 'Blinded by the light' on) and loving it. On the strength of that album I borrowed 'The Good Earth' from a mate and dismissed it because it wasn't the same - even though it's only two albums apart. Having now bought the remastered version and listened to it again after all these years, I have to say, its a true discovery. Its more progressive than Raging Silence and a little heavier in guitar tone...
Rooster - (2005)
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Rooster - (2005)
Who'd have thought it. 4 young English lads brokering 70's rock. But not just brokering it, outdoing many of their contemporaries. Free and Bad Company appear to be obvious influences, with just a hint more melody and tune, but still plenty of soul (feeling that is - not Luther Vandross)and balls!! They rock with the best at times and this album gives a great taste of what may be yet to come. A good album to crank up in your soft-top with the summer breeze blowing away the 'sy...
Follow what inspires you
Like another member's style? Follow them to see more of their great finds in your eBay feed.
OK, got it