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  • Joe Fern "-JF" - Satire with Floyd

    First off, I recommend this album only if you liked "The Wall" and "Dark Side of the Moon". If you are not familiar with satirical lyrics of Pink Floyd, you might not like this album. "Animals" is like a mini version of George Orwell's "Animal Farm". In "Animals, Roger Water classifies society into three groups: Pigs, greedy corporate businessmen who stop at nothing for success; Dogs, who are usually politicians that are afraid on the inside, they seek protection in "Pigs," who mold them into self centered individuals that will never admit they are wrong; and finally Sheep, The mindless masses that wonder through the lands.

    "Animals" really shows Roger Water's deep left wing side. It also shows some of David Gilmore's skill with the guitar. In the song "Dogs", Gilmore is able to create a dog like barking sound with his guitar as well as make pig sounds in the song "Pigs (Three Different Kinds). If you just listen to the album and put it away, you might not like it. If you take time and carefully listen to and interpret Water's lyrics, you will truly enjoy this album. It is a must buy for any true Pink Floyd Fan.

    Oh yes, please ignore the comments made by ignorant people insulting this albumand it's integrity, it's obvious they have too much time on their hands and want to waste yours. *coughkidsreviewdudecough* ;)

  • Mouza Al Suwaidi - You Simply Need to Learn The Language of Your System!

    If you have any intestinal disorder this is the right track for you to reverse the cycle and to be able to communicate with your system and understand it in order to regain your health, and enjoy your life just like the rest of us.

    A year after my mother's death, I have been diagnosed with Crohn's disease. The doctor who first saw me said her body is fighting itself, and stopped all food, except a one litre of water mixed with it an elemental powder for more than 4 months. Also, he put me on steroids to bring my symptoms down.

    At the same time other two specialists from two different hospitals insisted on me going for a surgery to cut part of the intistine, of course I refused that because I had the hope that I will be able to break the cycle.

    While reading a story about an Indian guy who was suffering from Cronhs too, I found at the end that he is recommending this book as he also tried it and was able to recover. When I saw the cover picture of the cover page in amazon I remembered that I bought this book before, then only I felt more excited to put it in action.

    Following the book I was able to eat pretty a lot like any normal person without suffering that much. I just needed to ignore the list of food I have to avoid. And finally after a couple of weeks I was able to see results.

    I'm currently 31, first was diagnosed in 2001 with Crohn's. After 1.5 year being on medication I found out about this approach. Since then I have not touched any medication and have not visited a doctor for Crohn's except in 2008 for colonoscopy where the doctor couldn't belive his eyes that there is no sign that I have Cronhs saying that my intistine looks pink and healthy like if I have never suffered from any disease before in my life. All internal Medicine doctors in my country whom I have been transferred to to prescribe for me vitamins hate me because I refuse to follow their offers to start taking any intistine related medications. They in fact find me to be careless, although I look 100% healthy and symptoms free when I don't eat food that irritates my system. All what everyone of us really need is to understand his/her own system. That's it!

    After being on this diet for several years, I regained my life fully again. Besides this diet and taking care of the vitamins required and exercise, I take L-Glutamine tablets, constantly drink Saleb which works to balance the mocus in the stomach and intestine, enhance the absorption of vitamins and minerals in food. Drink carrot juice before bed. During the day I also drink water with a squeeze of lemon to stay really hydrated. These are few things I'm doing right now to maintain my health. I'm living in peace again even I look far better than people who are believed to be healthy.

    Elaine, I can't thank you enough..

  • Way Wong - The Wall: 2011 Remastered CD

    This review will contain strictly my thoughts on the Guthrie remaster and NOT on the the album's lyrical or conceptual qualities. Lets start off with my equipment; I'm testing this cd on my full british hifi system ( Musical Fidelity A1 CD Pro, Musical Fideltiy A1 Integrated Amp, Bower and Wilkins 805 speaker). Forget the Doug Sax version along with the previous Guthrie 1994 remastered disc set; if you want audiophile sonic quality this is the version to buy. This copy of the remaster retains all the character and essence of the original LP with added dynamic punch and texture lost in the previous versions. It is evident that much time was spent refining this album as its overall product is significantly different from past remasters. Especially on "Hey You" and "One of my turns" the imaging and sound stage really shine and show the real remastering magic from Guthrie. I don't care much for the miniaturized LP paper packaging sleeve; honestly I would have preferred an actual cd case but that is a very minor problem. I would recommend this album to anyone with at least an entry level hifi system or hifi level headphones. This is a must have for die hard pink floyd fans personally I enjoy more of the remastered disc found on the discovery sets instead of the live performance discs or other miscellaneous recordings which in my opinion are neither here nor there; they just don't hit that spot for me and are neither of any high sonic qualities. And for those who already have all the previous "The Wall" albums the difference with this 2011 remaster are definitely worth the cash. Great sounding hifi quality music will always deserve my hard earned money.