Advances in Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapeutics | Online companion to Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapeutics – 3rd Edition, by William H. Frishman, MD, MACP and Domenic A. Sica, MD, published by Cardiotext Publishing. - Online companion to Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapeutics - 3rd Edition, by William H. Frishman, MD, MACP and Domenic A. Sica, MD, published by Cardiotext Publishing.
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I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. This is a great calendar to count down every day of the year. It came in a pretty big box which I was very surprised about. It makes sense though because the bubble wrap is the actual product, not the support for a product like usual. Every month is colored either blue or red, and there are little pictures on holidays as well. I would recommend this to anyone as it's safe for all ages. It was shipped without and damage done to the bubble wrap.
It came in a really big box for such a little product which isn't an issue, just thought it was weird. The product itself isn't my favorite. I use it for pole fitness and it leaves a residue on the pole that I don't like.
This record established a new standard in musical and technical quality, and a border between the "before" and the "after". It is excellent under many aspects, and includes some KILLER songs, such as "Another brick in the wall II", "Mother", "Comfortably numb". Plus many beautiful songs: "Goodbye blue sky", "Nobody home", ... too many to be listed, really. The experimental mix of music and "live takes", which started back with "Alan's psychedelic breakfast" is brought here close to perfection. Technically, it is a reference, and better than TDSOTM. You could never say it is 22 years old. The timbre and quality of pianos, keyboards, guitars make it a true "classic". In fact, it sounds better than most albums recorded nowadays. Is it perfect? No. The conceptual architecture in which the Pink Floyd "framed" their music is somewhat weak. The sequence of themes is not always coherent. Some of the songs are weaker than the rest. The atmosphere is here and there a little gloomy. Were it not for these few (very few) weak points this would be THE music record. As it is, however, it is one of the best albums ever recorded.