Review 229

Though this claims to be a professional website, it certainly appears more like a mild attempt at a personal homepage, and definitely feels like one.

I have to admit that the instant the page loaded I began to dislike the writer. I guess it’s just a clash of personalities or something, but when I saw this page I didn’t know whether to laugh and write the review, or just press the Back button.

I personally dislike people with some silly “DJ” monicker. It has been my experience that anyone can call themselves a DJ, and that for added effect they usually append some ridiculous tag. DJ Shock Wave is no different.

The reason I mentioned at the start that this was a professional site is because the grand master of Shock (or Wave?) has decided to launch an ecommerce venture. I think it has something to do with fashion, I’m not sure, but as a model he has used himself, often scantily clad looking a bit silly and pretentious. It’s worth coming here just to see the pictures. Oh my…

Anyway, the design is awful, truly reminiscent of the bad old days when everyone thought they could make a webpage, and the content is just as bad. The DJ is very protective of his opinions, using the old “This is my personal page, and I can say what I want” line to defend what others have probably had to say about him.

Visit it for a laugh. If you’re a DJ, you might even like it. I won’t be buying the T-shirt though.TekRebel Designs