39 of 57 people found the following review helpful
Thought this might be an interesting,well researched read about Scotland's biggest football club. Its nothing of the sort.
Its a pile of utter garbage from the mind of a deluded attention seeker.
A recent judgement by Law Lords proved Rangers F.C's use of Employment Benefit Trusts to be legal. Thus rendering this book about as useful as a chocolate fire guard.
The writer can't hide his hatred for his subject matter. The book is badly written and full of ill researched conjecture. This book should now be in the fiction section. It's dreadful. Avoid.
58 of 58 people found the following review helpful
Leaving aside the fact that the 40th anniversary was actually last year,this is a fine package.
It comes with an excellent 24 page booklet,a second disc of concert performances plus a DVD that includes a brand-new documentary. Please note the live disc has been previously released before as "Live 1969".
The documentary was originally banned in many states in the US because of its references to The Vietnam War. Its well worth seeing.
The original Album is of course a classic. Its beautifully remastered and sounds as melodic as ever. A must-have Album for any true lover of beautifully crafted pop music. Paul and Art were never better. No wonder it topped the UK charts for a… Read more
Superb- A must for Bowie fans
, 10 Nov 2010
I was slightly dubious about buying this as its not an official release from the Bowie camp.
But i am absolutely delighted i did.
There is no menu but as soon as the footage starts all problems fade away. The picture quality and sound are very good.
I have seen some footage before of the great man from 1978 but never this good or in such quantity.
Its a period in Bowies career that i love and any music or film is very welcome. The Band are on form and Bowie is as charismatic as ever on stage.
I would highly recommend this to any serious Bowie fan.