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Wed, 21 Feb 2007

Harry and the Potters and the Power of Love / Harry and the Potters
Harry and the Potters and the Power of Love Here's something good/bad. Or maybe that should be bad/good; I could argue either way. I mean, the performances aren't good, which in this case isn't bad. 'Cuz what would you expect of a bunch of amateurs (at least I hope they're amateurs) singing songs about Rowling's superstar wizard in training? This thing's practically review-proof, since if you like this sort of thing, this is exactly the sort of thing you're going to like. And if you don't, well, you surely won't. But I warn you: it's bad. Not as bad as those cringe-inducing Portsmouth Sinfonia albums I used to force on friends back in college. But not good. Not that that's bad. Necessarily.
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