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This product really is amazing - it really works! I've never suffered horribly bad breath, but have had occasional bouts with it (typically when I'm super busy, don't eat right, and am drinking lots of coffee), and have the "typical" morning breath. Essentially my breath is probably "average". When I first purchased this I really had no idea what it was, it was on sale, and I was sick of the marginal mouthwashes at the drugstore. I don't really care for the typical drugstore mouthwash and the ingredient list in most of them is pretty horrible. I decided to try TheraBreath. The instructions on the back of the bottle are very elaborate, i.e. rinse twice, brush with their toothpaste, dip your floss in TheraBreath. I thought all that was way too much - it'd add another 5 minutes onto my morning routine! I simply decided to replace my typical mouthwash with TheraBreath - and that was it. The first time I tried it I liked it, it was just slightly minty and very neutral in flavor. By the third day I couldn't believe what a difference this mouthwash made! My mouth and breath felt fresh and clean all day long! Morning breath was significantly reduced too! I'd just been using it with my normal brushing routine, once in the morning and once in the evening. At this point I wanted to learn more about the product and what was in it. I spent some time reading TheraBreath's website and reviews on the Internet. I've been a diehard fan ever since.
People with "average" breath probably don't require the elaborate routine recommended on the bottle. I don't. The product IS expensive, but it's worth it. I keep my eye out for sales and stock up (review the expiration date so you'll know how long you can keep it around - most of my bottles have a expiration date a year or two out). TheraBreath also has sales twice a year where you can stock up at a price per bottle that is less than half of retail. I highly recommend this product!
Pink Floyd's final true album with bassist/lead songwriter Roger Waters, The Wall is on a peak above any other concept album written prior or post. Cheifly penned and composed by Waters, The Wall intends (and delivers) on providing a conceptual groundwork as a sort of map for the music, the story of a rock musician (aptly named "Pink")'s slow descent into insanity, citing various "bricks" (his mother, education, absence of paternal presence), which are combined to form a Wall for Pink, a seperation from society and cultured life. The second half of the album focuses on Pink's follies with drugs, beginning with self-hatred and loathing, hallucinations about his father and the war, and being drugged up in order to perform a concert. Hallucinating wildly, Pink imagines himself a fascist dictatior, cynically delivering the next three songs. Finally, when all hope nearly fails, Pink commits to putting himself on trial for his social crimes. This story, while I may be reiterating it for the upteenth time, remains one of my favourite aspects of the album, and is essential to truly appreciating the music.
The primary consideration, of course, is the music itself. Floyd are able to create intense textures as well as maniaclly pounding rock songs. Several tracks are short, and are meant as segues into subseqent songs. Standout rock compositions include, but are by no means limited to: Comfortably Numb, Run like Hell, Young Lust, and the wildly progressive One of My Turns. Other, more ambient pieces are epic in their own right, and allow for Gilmour's guitar work to stand out in a way that it hasn't since the classic Wish You Were Here album.
The Wall is an album that has been (and will be) enjoyed for generations, and possesses a demanding longevity that will not be ignored. You should buy it, if you have not already (After all, it is 23 times platinum!) :-)
Favourite songs: Comfortably Numb, Another Brick in the Wall (Pt.1), Run like Hell, Waiting for the Worms, The Trial.