Stray Cats: Rumble in Brixton

Stray Cats: Rumble in Brixton

After taking off 12 years, the Stray Cats are back with the outstanding Rumble in Brixton, a rockin' two-CD set recorded on July 17th, 2004 at the Brixton Academy in London. They rocked that town and many others during their recent European tour that celebrated their 25th anniversary.This first official live release by the Stray Cats includes all their big hits and is a must-have for fans of the band. There's also a brand new studio track titled "Mystery Train Kept A Rollin'," a wonderful tip of the hat to the legendary Sun Records and the artists that inspired the band.

After taking off 12 years, the Stray Cats are back with the outstanding Rumble in Brixton, a rockin' two-CD set recorded on July 17th, 2004 at the Brixton Academy in London. They rocked that town and many others during their recent European tour that celebrated their 25th anniversary.This first official live release by the Stray Cats includes all their big hits and is a must-have for fans of the band. There's also a brand new studio track titled "Mystery Train Kept A Rollin'," a wonderful tip of the hat to the legendary Sun Records and the artists that inspired the band. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Noah N (br) wrote: A bunch of sharks eating a bunch of people. What more could you ask for? Maybe a good story perhaps?

Lionel L (mx) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie's depiction of traditional karate's application. It's a pleasant change from all the heavily edited cut scenes and wire work that is pervasive in today's martial arts movies. Though the movie's storyline was predictable, the message it conveys is profound.

Jordan G (fr) wrote: In my opinion, "Flags of our Fathers" may be the best of the two films, but "Letters from Iwo Jima" is almost equally amazing! This film does a perfect job at showing you that the Japanese are nothing but human beings and are nowhere near savages! Just like I said with "Flags of our Fathers", this is a film that everyone needs to see at least once in their life! See "Flags" first, then this.

James M (ag) wrote: No closed captions! How does a deaf person be able to understand this movie?!?

Jess B (it) wrote: A thriller masterpiece.

Kevin W (ag) wrote: One of the classiest films I've ever seen to come out of Hong Kong cinema. Cinematography is on point with a tremendous soundtrack to go with it. The combo of Wong, Doyle and Umebayashi makes for a great film. The hint of fantasy is sci-fi is a bit of offbeat, but I loved everything else: framing, details (that smoke though), mood and atmosphere. So good.

Mi KalEl T (ag) wrote: un film trop sous-estime, sur l'univers du kick-boxing et beaucoup plus realiste que "rocky"

Marcus W (au) wrote: Spike Lee doesn't change his rhetoric here, but he does present it more evenly.

Hamad S (br) wrote: Not as complex and deep as his later works, this Almodvar nonetheless is still captivating and has all the essential Almodvar elements: dark humor, ambiguity, a poke at religion, and a re-examination of relationships. This one comes as close to horror as any Almodvar I've seen yet.

Russell H (au) wrote: Goldfinger = Goldmember, Pussy Galore = Alotta Fagina, Oddjob = Random Task, etc. Clearly well before my time but still very entertaining. My favorite one so far.

F B (it) wrote: Very enjoyable film with some funny moments

Alex M (de) wrote: An excellent movie that stands the test of time! This is definitely one of the best book to movie adaptations of all time! This movie is easily the peak of Gregory Peck's career, who plays Atticus Finch. No wonder why it is required to read this book in U.S. high schools!

Taio G (ru) wrote: Alonzo Harris: To protect the sheep you gotta catch the wolf, and it takes a wolf to catch a wolf.Review soon