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Musichound Rock: The Essential Album Guide (Anglais) Broché – octobre 1998

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I like it. 16 septembre 1999
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Sure, album guides can always be criticized for one reason or another. Someone's left out, someone rated your favorite album too low, an album you hate is rated too high, etc. But the bottom line on "Musichound Rock" is that it does what it does very well. Nice scope of coverage. Nice writing. Nice pictures. Nice value. (This book weighs more than my first child and costs quite a bit less!!) Get the idea? Then get the book.
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Very honest reviews. 20 mai 1999
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Maybe the reason Ozzy fans are ticked off at Graff and Durchholz is because the biographies and reviews in MusicHound Rock are brutally honest. Sure, a lot of people will disagree with (probably) a lot of the artist write-ups and reviews. But I've found the material in MusicHound to be quite legitimate and very well written. MusicHound doesn't just pass bones out for the heck of've got to EARN them. If you like straight-to-the-point writing that tells the truth and nothing but the truth, pick up MusicHound Rock. It's a great resource, and a bargain at twice the price.
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If you agreed with everything, you would've written the book 5 septembre 1999
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I have to say that I enjoy books like this, but they are, as with any criticism, subjective. Many times their reviews are right on target, but I have to question whether they actually reviewed some of the albums listed. Example: If I Were A Carpenter is given a terrible rating. It's probably the best CD to come out of the tribute album wave earlier this decade. There are many questionable choices, but all in all this is a cool book, useful for helping build your collections.
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A fine publication. 15 juin 1999
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The book itself is more than worth the cover price. Only complaint is a minor one--the CD that comes with the book would be better if it had some more "major" acts on it. John Hiatt and Megadeth are nice, but I've never even heard of a few of the other bands. Other than that, it's a perfect package.
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none too good, I fear... 14 février 1999
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This was the first album-review book I bought, and as such I had no basis for comparison, but looking back I have to admit, it's really pretty awful. Instead of reviewing an artist's discography album by album, we instead have scattershot recommendations of a few albums (perplexingly glossing over a group's best work at times), and then a section citing albums the reviewer considers "bad"--interestingly, all artists in this world seem to have exactly one or two albums that are "bad", and very often perfectly good albums are condemned. Also, there's the unfortunate supercilious dismissal of artists whom the reviewer personally has something against. And of course omissions abound.
I'll admit I got SOME useful information out of this, but you can to SO much better. Get the AMG Guide to Rock instead; it's a MUCH better book.
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