As you may have read in my London post, I had the opportunity to go see the play Betrayal which featured Tom Hiddleston, Charlie Cox and Zawe Ashton. In this post, I shall be reviewing the play, pointing out both its highs and lows. As with any review, this opinion is my own and I don’t mean to offend the creators of the play or the actors portraying the characters. Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Betrayal’
Happy Monday everybody and thanks for stopping by my blog again 🙂 As I said in my 2019 Plans post, I have been planning a new series for this year, which I will call #MusicMondays. I have recently bought the 100 Albums Bucket List Scratch-Off Poster from Amazon and thought why not review all the albums from the poster on a random Monday?! Click here to see all #MusicMonday posts. Continue reading #MusicMonday: Frank Ocean ‘Channel Orange’
Happy Monday everybody and thanks for stopping by my blog again 🙂 As I said in my 2019 Plans post, I have been planning a new series for this year, which I will call #MusicMondays. I have recently bought the 100 Albums Bucket List Scratch-Off Poster from Amazon and thought why not review all the albums from the poster on a random Monday?! Click here to see all #MusicMonday posts.
So let’s see what we got this week…
Let’s take a closer look…
The Who ‘Quadrophenia’
|Released||26 October 1973|
May–September 1973 using 16-track recording
|Studio||Olympic Studios, London, Ramport Studios in Battersea, London with Ronnie Lane’s Mobile Studio|
- I Am The Sea
- The Real Me
- Cut My Hair
- The Punk And The Godfather
- I’m One
- The Dirty Jobs
- Helpless Dancer
- Is It In My Head
- I’ve Had Enough
- Sea And Sand
- Bell Boy
- Doctor Jimmy
- The Rock
- Love, Reign O’er Me
Before I give my personal opinion about the album, I just want to say I’m a big fan of The Who. My dad likes their music, and I grew up hearing their music on cassette tapes in my dad’s old car, and I still listen to them to date.
The first track, I Am The Sea, was unlike anything I expected. It’s just the sound of the sea and someone shouting lyrics in the background at a low volume, but starting the second track, the album was what you would expect from the band, with a little twist: it’s a rock opera album. So expect pieces similar to Queen’s Innuendo and Bohemian Rhapsody, just not as grand.
As with last week, it was tough choosing just one track that I like, but The Real Me (Side One) and Bell Boy (Side Two) have to take the cake. The drum solos by the iconic Keith Moon are as amazing as the first and last 5 albums the band released (this one being the sixth and middle one).
Bottom line? If you’re a rock-loving person and haven’t listened to this gem, what are you waiting for?!?!
Finding skincare products that won’t break your bank and does what it says can be a bit tricky… but it doesn’t have to be that way, as long as you know where to look. In the past few months, Nivea have expanded their face mask range, and last week I had the opportunity to try it out for myself: the 1 Minute Urban Detox Mask Pore Refine. Continue reading REVIEW: Nivea Daily Essentials 1-Minute Urban Detox Mask (Pore Refine)
Greeting everyone! And welcome to yet another mini haul – two objects – which I got from the website Banggood. I have collaborated with them a few times, and they have been super nice to me and the products affordable and super nice!
So click on to find out what I got this time!
Rating – 2/5
This is going to be a very short review of the linked product, because honestly, there isn’t much to say! I got this from Primark while in London last summer. And I expected a LOT from this product, because I had tried the foot mask and it wasn’t that bad.
My reviews are a 100% my honest opinions, whether positive, neutral or negative. I only ask you to respect my opinion on this review. If you have something you want me to review – a book, product, movie, video, topic, let me know in the comments below, on any of my social media or by visiting my contact page here.
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