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I am not much of a mystery reader, but it was chosen for my Book Club, so I read it. It was good, interesting. Of course, Agatha Christie's writing is amazing and the story keeps you wondering what will happen next. If you like mysteries and non-fiction, this is good.
If you like Agatha Christie mysteries, this one will please you. As usual there are interesting characters, very English, placed in quirky situations. Who done it? The psychological aspect draws in the reader and adds to the fun. But Ms Christie, while beloved by many, is old-fashioned and won't appeal to all. I adore her mysteries and watch PBS, too.
Where are the soldiers going? This small soldier found himself running in circles trying to solve the a lot of mysteries within a vastly entertaining story. I was so glad when it ended and I knew what was going on and so disappointed that it ended because I wanted to read more!
I saw the 1945 film when I was in grade school. I saw the film listing on Amazon Prime, and decided to watch it e ending was not quite as I remembered, so I bought the book for my Kindle. It has been years since I latest read a Christie mystery. It was worth the re-read. Christie is a master of the mystery and this is one of her best.If you haven't read one recently this is one to pick up.
This was the first Agatha Christie book I've read. I can see why she is so popular and popular! The plot is detailed and well thought out, yet she maintains a unbelievable simplicity. Brilliant. Very talented lady. I will read more of her books.
It's kind of like _'MO MONEY'_. But without the jokes. And the crime backdrop. So what we're left with without these elements is a rather empty shell of a film. Usually a huge huge fan of African American comedies of the 90's but yeah this was no winner. @#$%!ing soundtrack though.
Modern day metal Juggernauts, Five Finger Death Punch, have returned after a tumultuous couple of years with And Justice For None.(Review starts on Paragraph 3)Five Finger Death Punch are undeniably one of, if not the, largest modern metal bands today. For me personally, their meteoric rise was a bit of surprise. I had seen their albums before they got huge. Method of the Fist I'd seen on a Best Buy shelf with their special album art. I thought it looked cool, but was in a musical rut during that time and didn't pay too much attention. Periodically I would hear mates or Co-workers speak about Battle is the Answer. I'm not sure if Battle is the Respond was the album that shot them into stardom, but American Capitalist was undeniably their heavy hit of a 's a shame because I really didn't care for American Capitalist. I liked a few of the songs, but that album had this strange mix of poppy lead guitar over bombastic palm muted guitars, bass and drums. It personally didn't mix well to my taste. So that is where my help stopped for a few years album wise. However, no matter what time of day, if a rock station was on Five Finger Death Punch's signature sound could be heard pumping away with Ivan Moody's gruff baritone vocals and screams. So of course 'The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell' Volume 1 and 2 released the singles were really good. Whoever is in charge of 5FDP's melody videos deserves some recognition for their rise. While of course the melody and lyrics are great, their visual presentation really maximize the meaning and impact of the bands gardless of my renewed interest, not until a year ago did I pick up another 5FDP album, The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell Volume 2. The album was amazing and reignited my interest in the band. I of course plan to pick up the rest of their back catalog, but the latest two years of Rock and Metal has been really good, so I haven't really had time enough to repurchase older efforts. So with faith restored, I pre-ordered And Justice For None, which absolutely no doubt the title a play on Metallica's own ...And Justice For All. I pre-ordered the deluxe and got lucky enough that Amazon was able to momentarily get my copy for about $9.50. I chose it due to the additional tracks and I liked the album art much better than the standard edition. The album packaging is cardboard, printed with that amazing album art, but the booklet is like most artists CD booklets these days. The CD itself has some cool looking print on it as well.Onto the music, there is no denying love it or hate it, 5FDP have a very recognizable sound that a lot of have tried to adopt. The drums always sound like an arena set with bombastic double bass. The guitars have a very muddy chug to them, highlighted by clean leads. While of course the band has said that if Ivan left, they would continue, I think it would be quite a detriment to their identity. Ivan's unapologetic baritone clean vocals and deep growls are now instantly recognizable. The band do what they are known for, mixing it up with double bass massive aggressive melody and heart felt, usually still heavy, ballads. Wrapped up with Ivan crooning his troubles with constant fame and struggles like that of his alcoholism and poor life choices.I'm not going to lie, there isn't much change up in the formula here. If you've heard the latest few albums, you know what to expect. That being said, And Justice For None does seem to have a bit more groove to the massive songs than before, while the leads seem to be more prominent in this effort as well. Another notable difference is that Moody's shout seems a bit more ferocious here than it has been in the latest few years. They don't mess with the formula enough to call it a real evolution, but it is enough of a deviation it doesn't sound worn out. If you are a fan of 5FDP, then And Justice For None is a unbelievable addition to their ris, Jason, Zoltan and Jeremy perform solidly on this album. Jeremy's double bass is very clear throughout the album, while he throws in some fills here and there to spice things up. It sounds to me Jason is pushing more leads through on this album, they just seem more stand out than prior albums. His solo's are also excellent. Zoltan's rhythm guitar is solid and cleaner than on previous albums as well, not quite as much mud in the chug. Jason and Zoltan complement each other very well. Whether the two are chugging massive riffs together or Zoltan is supporting Jason's leads, they are in sync, even switching up to acoustic a few times throughout the album. Chris is a versatile bassist, chugging along during massive songs, but switching up to a more individual groove during slower songs.Ivan, the beast himself, sounds amazing on this record, his screams sound better than they have in awhile. He delivers his rage driven songs about fame and life issues, while serenading on slower songs about loss and sorrow. His cleans have come a long method with vibrato and really puts meaning behind it. His lyrics are as always private and relatable, especially to those in the armed forces. I will always have respect for 5FDP for supporting them so heavily. A huge point lately for Moody as well is that he has finally gotten sober for the latest year and has been really focusing on bettering e album also has a few covers, most notably 'Gone Away'. Gone Away was originally released by The Offspring back in 1997. They do an amicable job of covering the song, but The Offspring's original will always be close to my heart. As mentioned before, their video however, add's much leverage to the songs impact. However their the bluesy cover Blue on Black cover is really nice change up for them and adds a bit of freshness to the record. I Refuse is also a very nice addition of piano and acoustic driven music. All three gift tracks are banger's as well, they are actually some of the heaviest work on the l in all And Justice For None delivers what you expect from 5FDP, massive metal songs filled with chugging riffs and aggressive lyrics and ballads that tug on your heart strings, spice up by some little changes to their usual formula, with Ivan sounding ve Finger Death Punch deliver a follow up to 'Got Your Six' that is worth picking up.
The product: A double LP at this price with an instant download cannot be beat. This is a amazing pressing, regular black vinyl, nothing fancy but it sounds really great, no surface noise. Double sleeve with amazing artwork and the lyrics on the record sleeves (which are regular image paper sleeves). Very happy with this e music: More of an opinion than assessment, but I am a 'late to the party' FFDP fan. Not being a radio listener, I never caught onto the band and would occasionally hear some metal fans comment on them disparagingly, if you enjoyed them, you were somehow not a real melody fan. (Kind of like the dudes that claim if you like THIS Metallica, you never loved THAT Metallica lol)Then, I heard Lift Me Up online. I was blown away, bought the record and was really impressed. Yes, impressed. This old school thrash metal fan who grew up in the 80's was impressed by FFDP. I love the method this melody makes me feel. It has groove, true punch (haha) and Ivan's voice is unbelievable and their hooks are just fun to sing. Even the lyrical content falls into the same category for me: cathartic. This is the best therapy to an insane day at work (cubicle creatures!) Test putting on one of their records and blasting it. A true healthy method to purge stress. This record falls in line with all of their others, it is heavy, intense, loud, and in your face with no apologies. We are who we are, we never said you had to like e product and the melody obtain 5 stars from st Downloads -Blue on BlackTroubleTop of the WorldGone AwaySham Pain
I've been a 5FDP fan since the beginning, and though they've had a bit of "too samey" problems with a lot of their songs, it is still a successful formula and every album has had at least a couple standouts. This one is nice and long, the covers are great. It is a bit mellower than expected, it has several slow songs, but I've always liked 5FDP's slow songs too and they're quite good. Overall, not disappointed at all and definitely worth the buy.
This band is really amazing with this album/recording. I am an audiophile (also former musician), ranging from classical to the heaviest of metal, and must say I am impressed. I have not heard much of their older stuff, but this recent album/recording is excellent. Someone asked me to check the album out, so I bought it. The only thing I can sense about it that might seem somewhat "negative" is the title of the album certainly sounds like a twist on another band's older album name. Perhaps that is coincidence, but then again, who knows? I do not care, because these guys have place out a solid performance for those that like their sound, or those that are interested in experiencing various types of music. If you are even interested in a massive sound, this album is a amazing begin for you. It comes in a dozens of language levels concerning original lyrics and radio-play lyrics. Gauge lyric language levels accordingly concerning possible audience when playing this album (purchase the right language level when buying). This album, in my book, is a must-buy for those that like a massive sound. You will not be disappointed.
A surprisingly diverse release from these metal monsters. I love them for their aggression songs, the ones that obtain me through the day. But this album also explores a more mature side of the band. They have broadened their musical landscape with slower songs like "I Refuse" and "When The Seasons Change". The cover of "Blue On Black" is very amazing too. But my favorites are still the anger anthems. Standouts are "Top Of The World", "It Doesn't Matter", "Fake", and "Bloody". (I'd give this 5 stars, but I can't obtain into "Sham Pain", "Stuck In My Ways", the boring cover of "Gone Away", or the unnecessary filler "Rock Bottom".)
Classic 5FDP. Thankfully, 5FDP did away with having duets. I felt that this falls in between American Capitalist with fragments of Method of the Fist. A small more softer anthems than hard Fist album. I was cautious after hearing Offsprings remake of Gone Away, since airplay has overrun it so much. Was very satisfied with this album since I haven't had to skip any songs on regular play. All in all, a well rounded album.
Amazing album, these guys just hold getting better. Perfect tunes for driving on the interstate and fighting to stay alive around all the stupid people behind the wheel. Latest health problems have had me down but this album always gets me fired up and it gives me a channel to rage versus the crap life continues to throw at me without strangling anybody!
I have been following FFDP since the early days and Jason Hook has been my go to inspiration for learning guitar. The album just feels raw and like they are back to their roots since the bleeding days. They never cease to amaze my with the blazing hard riffs and speed transitions. Another masterpiece for FFDP
Is it groundbreaking and incredibly deep music? No. But this CD is collectively head and shoulders ahead of Got Your Six, plus there are at least 4-5 really really standout tracks on this one, namely the slower songs like Blue on Black. Well worth your cash if you're a fan.
I am listening to this album as I am writing this review. It is a collection of different artists singing other artists songs and putting their very own twist on it. It is perfect for a little gathering for your very unique mates who you have fun being in their presence or just for your very someone that you are close to and you have fun being together. It is perfect for times to mediate and reflect on those days of yesterday and remembering those amazing days as you were maturing. I purchased this melody because I am of the generation when things were easy and fun growing up. I do hope that if you purchase it that you have fun it as well. It has some reggae in it also but it is not rapping if you like the rapping. Have fun your melody time.
If you've never heard any of these songs before, then this ver of VP's celebrated compilation series might actually be a 5 to you, however, some of the tunes (i.e. Log On by Elephant Man, which isn't bad) have created the rounds on this year's compilation circuit already.But what can I say about this album? There are 16 cuts, only one poor song (Cuss Cuss by Dillgin & Tag Ice). There's the heavy Can You Do the Work? by Cecile and Sean Paul, which might be the single best song I've heard all year, there's the nice huge commercial rhythms (Rice and Peas and Liquid) there's the high profile combination of artists (Cecile and Sean Paul, and Elephant Man and Spragga Benz) and you have the unkown artists breaking out huge (Warrior King on the unbelievable Virtuous Woman, who sounds lyrically somewhat like Turbulence). And by the way, check out Mind Over Matter by Kalonji and Mr. Nine by Buju, both terrific cuts, and Anthony B's song Equal Rights as well.Overall, its a amazing album, even better if you don't have too a lot of compilations from this year already. but even if you do, there are a few amazing songs here that you can't obtain anywhere else that create this worth a buy.
Some beautiful solid tracks here from the days when dancehall was awesome. Super Cat, Poison Chang and Baby Wayne are at the top of the best list on this release, all trippy or mesmerizing in their own way.A various track from Cutty Ranks and maybe even Shabba would have created more sense here though. The rest of the tracks are explosive or more up tempo, and keeping that pace the whole method through would probably place this at 5 stars. It's still one of the best of the old school Best releases though.
Every year, Strictly the Best puts out the best in dancehall melody and this CD is no exception! If you only obtain a few CD's each year, check out Reggae Gold, Planet Reggae, Greensleeves Sampler, and Ragga Ragga Ragga compilations in addition to this one. For lovers rock and conscious tunes, pick up Strictly the Best 24.
yes you did give me a refund, that i did not ask for that was on you. My opinion remains the same it still was not in amazing condition to be played at a party or even sold. Yes you showed me up by telling everyone that I should of read the review. Allow it rest. Retract what.
If you know nothing about welding, I am convinced you could teacher yourself to weld with any of the major processes, just from reading this book. I do not create that statement lightly! While having experience in all four major methods of welding (Oxy/Acetylene; Stick; MIG and TIG), I really only consider myself "proficient" in the latter two, "capable" in Stick and Oxy (gas) is still a mystery to me. After reading the first page of Chapter 1, I now understand what my issue is (being a retired educator who enjoyed working with metal, I've had experience at becoming expert at diagnosing "learning disconnects" and rarely is the respond "the welding machine is stupid" (the weldor's equivalent of a public school student's "the calculator is stupid" - when they fail to obtain the correct answer). Not only does this text hand out some key "welding wisdom," it lays out a system (and order) of learning the different welding methods it covers. It will create sense to you (if you've never tried welding before), or gave you insight to why you're maybe not as amazing with one way as others (if you've had some experience welding). There are sufficient "application" projects at the end of each chapter to give you as much practice as you may want/spite my overall enthusiasm for this text and belief this could be used as a stand alone text, there are some limits (all amazing really). 1) It only covers welding techniques (as well as some metal cutting processes) - there is no coverage of brazing, or soldering (get Richard Finch's Welder's Handbook for perfect coverage of those topics). 2) A book of 176 pages can't cover it all re: Welding, but it will obtain you far enough that you could then pick up one of the 600 page texts used in professional trade schools/courses without being overwhelmed. 3) As the title implies, this is a text about automotive welding, so if you wish to learn how to weld steel girders to build a bridge, or thick steel plate for a yacht, this is not the book for that. 4) The only other comment I will add is that this publisher has a related text titled Primary Automotive Welding, it is a various text, but various authors - you do not need it before going to this book!
First of all: I'm not a welder. I have done some gas welding in the past, but that's is book covers all of the major types of welding (MIG/TIG/oxy/stick) and talks about the advantages and disadvantages of subtypes (spray arc, short arc, pulse arc, etc.) He goes into detail about the power sources and types of power delivery. What kinds of filler metal obtain used. He even gets into detail about the hardening and annealing that goes on, and what's event with the metal around the r all the types of welds he describes, he goes on to use an example of where you might wish to use that kind of weld in true life, in an automotive setting. Examples include: repairing aluminum cylinder heads, roll bars, floorpans, and other projects.I don't think you wish this book if you're trying to learn to weld. But you do wish this book if you're trying to decide on the best process to use for a particular project, and if you wish to understand what's event to the metal when you're welding it. Even if I never pick up a welding torch I am really glad I bought this book.
The diagrams, illustrations, and images are all first class. Very simple to see a lot of stuff. Of course, welding can't really be learnedby reading a book; you have to practice but I think there is enough here to obtain ybe more time could be spent on using lead for vehicle repairs - we don't always need to so perhaps a small more high level tip in a few locations would be helpful, for example, when you wish to buya MIG welder instead of a TIG welder. Perhaps also some more suggestions as to where to buy all the equipment youwill need.But really a well written book and simple to understand. A complete beginner might need to read it two or three times.
This is a mandatory book to have if you are doing any serious welding. If you do TIG or MIG it's a must. The other amazing one's are Performance Welding and if you can search it Welding- Skills and Practices by Giachino,Weeks and Brum. It's a real text book, with handy setup tables, gas flow, wire size etc.
I restore Corvettes. I'm presently 3/4's the method through the restoration of my beloved 1980. This book offers nothing fresh to Corvette restorers. As I skimmed through the book, it became obvious that the author truly did miss the boat on what it really takes to restore a C3 Corvette. The three sections where this book effectively covers restoration work is with the transmission, the engine and body work - which contains the fiberglass repair and the painting. But let's face it, anyone looking for a book to support him restore his vehicle is not going to do a tranny rebuild; complete an engine tear down and reassembly or paint a complete car. Usually because they are not outfitted to do such work themselves and if they were, they wouldn't need a book like this because they would already know what they were doing. But admittedly, the fiberglass repair pages were beautiful amazing and it will support any novice to do the work ere's a whole section on how a store will chemically strip a chassis and then powder coat it. Why? This is something that a garage guy is not going to do. A store does it. On page 36 there is a bill of materials for building a body dolly. Unfortunately there are no instructions or plans for such a body dolly in the book. The author describes with photographs his way of installing the front coil springs. Essentially it involves a pry bar and someone "kicking" the spring with a foot. This is unbelievable. The only safe and effective method to install the front springs is with a coil ere is mention of replacing the windshield frame. But experience has taught all of us that if the windshield frame is in such not good condition that it needs to be replaced, then the rest of the Bird Cage will be just as bad. Rocker channels and door pillar posts will also be badly rusted out. The restoration of the Bird Cage is the second most necessary milestone with any Corvette project. The chassis being the first. I was very surprised that the author totally omitted the Bird someone that has lived through what this book covers I can honestly say that it is woefully incomplete. All of the stuff covered here can be accessed on-line. But if you're serious about restoring a Corvette, obtain the Assembly Instruction Manual (A.I.M.) and the Dealer's Store Manual for the year of Corvette you own. Don't waste your cash on a book like this. It may support to obtain your project off of the ground, but then you'll search yourself hung up and looking for information that this book does not provide.
Very disappointed in this manual. It does not go into enough detail when describing how to. glade this guy knows everything about what he is describing, but it is no support to0 people that wants to better understand the process
I should have known that this book was too few pages to be an in-depth guide. It provides only a vague and general description of the restoration process. If you are seriously considering a complete restoration of a corvette, you probably already know most of the info it contains. A factory service manual, assembly manual, and the internet provided the info I wished was in this book.
My Vette has about 8 layers of paint on it. I was considering cleaning up the body a touch and throwing a fresh paint job over the top. But this book gave me some things to check on first... I was restoring the interior, a lot of custom interior work included... This book helped me see issues before they became crisis. So, I checked the previous paint, found all those layers, some not so well done... Leading me to decide to strip it and begin new from the gel coat. I was able to search water leaks inside that I might have missed which would have been a issue for my fresh interior... I was also able to check on the condition of parts I hadn't thought about to know if I need to replace/repair or just clean them up... My goal is to create my Vette latest another 30 - 40 years... Now I think I will be able to do just that.Lots of pictures with detailed ep by step tutorials to practically y gotcha points are pointed out... This is not just about fixing that Vette that has been perfectly houses for 30+ years, it is about fixing that Vette that has been used, abused and really needs that restoration now...