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The Frantic Four Reunion 2013
The Frantic Four Reunion 2013
Offered by DVD Overstocks
Price: £6.96

12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars True Frantic Four except no other., 2 Oct. 2013
For many fans of the band known as Status Quo this is the return of the definitive lineup of the band. A great rock band rather than the later version that chased the pop single market leading to the end of True Status Quo in 1981.
The band continue today but its a shadow of the True Frantic Four.
No crappy keyboards just a rock band. This is the remixed version of the highlights from the two nights at Hammersmith.
For fans of the band it's an electric recording. From set opener Juniors wailing to restored set closer Bye bye Johnny the number one rock n roll band in the land has returned. Previously unheard live songs mixed with classic live songs.
It's an absolute pleasure to listen to.
Is there a better way... I don't think so.

XS All Areas: The "Status Quo" Autobiography
XS All Areas: The "Status Quo" Autobiography
by Francis Rossi
Edition: Hardcover

3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars XS ALL areas has a real impact, 16 Sept. 2004
I have all of the Status quo biographies and think that this is the best, its easy to read and frank. It details the band from its early days up to today. The chapters alternate between Rossi and Rick, each pair of chapters looking at the same era of the band. This gives a different feel than many books about bands. The humour of both men shines through.
Rossi imparticular is willing to ponder on the impact and problems caused by his addiction to Cocaine. This makes the book an honest account of his view of the history of the band.
Mick Wall has done a good job. I recommend this book to everyone !
If you are a fan you know the story and will enjoy reliving the past if your not I feel it is an interesting read.

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