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4.0 out of 5 stars machine read
I'm a huge fan of this band so I was really excited when this book was published. Joel Mclver does an excellent job in bring the MH story to life, , it's written in a very easy to read format, mainly using interviews from the bsnds career intertwined with their personal life stories. Overall this book is a must read for fans of MH or metal in general.
Published 19 months ago by chris.t.

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poorly researched, bland writing. google machine head, and you will find all the content of this book. lazy writing which is a shame. avoid.
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4.0 out of 5 stars machine read, 7 May 2013
I'm a huge fan of this band so I was really excited when this book was published. Joel Mclver does an excellent job in bring the MH story to life, , it's written in a very easy to read format, mainly using interviews from the bsnds career intertwined with their personal life stories. Overall this book is a must read for fans of MH or metal in general.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Imperium..., 24 Jan 2013
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Joel McIver has written a lot of heavy metal books and articles over the years so I was chuffed to see that he had done the Machine Head biography. It's reasonably short but still manages to pack in a lot of interesting facts and interviews. It made me respect Machine Head even more; they have clearly been through a lot of crap together but their love of music has always given them a positive energy to continue and enabled them to create awesome albums like "The Blackening". I also enjoyed the way McIver explored their issues with Kerry King, Arch Enemy and Limp Bizkit...Robb Flynn once stated the Slayer guitarist "looks like Right Said Fred with a beard" haha! I've given it 4 stars for the simple fact that I know the author is capable of more...his Black Sabbath biography was twice the size, more in depth (about the band and heavy metal in general) and it was basically just an amazing book. That said, it was everything I was hoping for and definitely worth a shot if you're a Machine Head fan.
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2.0 out of 5 stars None, 19 Jan 2013
This review is from: Machine Head: Inside The Machine (Kindle Edition)
poorly researched, bland writing. google machine head, and you will find all the content of this book. lazy writing which is a shame. avoid.
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