2 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I've been an enthusiatic supporter for some time, and this by most bands would be regarded as a good offering
But for Muse its somehow not quite up to their high standard
After 5 hearings I keep coming back to the same conclusion
Muse Does Queen
Not that that is a bad thing, but if you like your rock ..err..Rocky ...then this shows sign of stadium music, string accompaniment & long light passages
Back to what you do best boys.
Before you become Famous, but Flawed
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This together with the definitive Dartmoor book (Crossings Guide to Dartmoor) and of course the OS Map have provided me with about as much information as I will ever need to plan walks & backpacking expiditions on Dartmoor.
I cannot rated this too highly
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Without a doubt the best history of the SAS whys rather than the usual dull campaign by campaign list of some lesser authors.
It covers the key stuff, but is most useful for the insights into how the SAS has altered throughout the regiment's history.
The asides into the foreign and miltary policies of the western powers is by far the best I've ever read concerning 20th century Britain, and the influences it's had for the men on the ground.
I trust a few of the movers and shakers out there study this for those valuable lessons alone.