2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 19 May 2014
A brilliantly written account of an era defining album and the impact it had on the music scene and culture in the UK.
The writer is passionate about his subject and that shines through in the book.
For any fan of the band this is an absolute must read.
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 28 July 2014
Yes fair enough this is ok for people new to oasis or younger fans that would not know the facts in this book. For a fan who was there from the start, this book us a waste of money, there is not 1 single piece of info that i didnt know already from reading previous books or from youtube or the def maybe dvd, theres a lot of waffle about Manchester and the writers hometown of Glasgow and other irrelevant bands when its meant to be focused on definitely maybe and 94, i read this book in around an hour,it is very very short, very disappointed and at 10er its ridiculous to be honest, this book is clearly written by a passionate 94 period oasis fan but its no more than a fans viewpoint /review in my opinion, the writer has covered no new ground here, it is well written but as a massive obsessive of earlt oasis i am massively disappointed with this book