Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
nickunt | Nottingham, UK | 12/10/2002
(1 out of 5 stars)
"One balmy summer evening I sat listening to this CD on the lawns of my Hampshire summer home. As the opening bars of the "Ballad Of Bilbo Baggins" tinkled out of the speakers, the skies darkened and a massive thunderstorm broke above me. Torrents of rain came lashing down, cruel winds upturned the gazebo and knocked the canapes and chinese straw mushroom vol-au-vents onto the grass. A bolt of lightning struck the east wing clock tower, causing £2.5 million worth of structural damage, and consigning to memory one of the largest private collections of Salvador Dali oil paintings known to man. The following morning, when I awoke, I stumbled outside. The grass around the gazebo had turned brown, and died. Small piles of dead earthworms lay scattered around like piles of vomit outside a Chinese restaurant on a Friday night. Lying unscathed amongst this devestation I found this CD, glinting in the sunlight. Needless to say I buried it at midnight at a crossroads just outside Winchester, and scattered the earth with salt to prevent it rising up again. Do not buy this CD if you value your life. Mine has never been the same since it passed its terrible curse onto me. I must go now, lest Nimoy use his dark powers against me once more. Farewell."
Oh, My, GOD... Spock!
N. Carpenter | MD USA | 06/19/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This album is either 1 star or 5 stars depending on the level of illegal pharmaceuticals in your system or the number of starfleet uniforms you have in the closet. It's better than Shatner's album at least. The "If I Were A Carpenter" track became sort of an inside joke when I was in college.Avoid it, or not."
N. Carpenter | 03/09/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"this is a masterpiece, a must for anyone that owns a bad music collection. if you want to get back at those losers at work without being direct. play this once a day(at least)in the office radio. it will make them all crazy! and you can just sit back and overhear there coments, as they wonder if they should confront you about your poor musical taiste. and after awhile, believe it or not, you begin to enjoy leonards slightly off key singing as you hum along. this album has done wonderous things for me, and i recomend it to all."