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on 19 November 2001
I've now read all the books around on Sliknot and I've found this to be the most informative and interesting. It's also the only one which has some really good photos. Apart from all that of course it's the only place to find photos of the band without their masks on! This part of the book is really amazing, God only knows where they got them from.[Incidentally the band aren't as ugly as you might of thought]. The discography here seems to contain absolutely everything so it's recommended for that as well.Top marks to the writers for a really good book.
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on 22 August 2001
This book goes through the entire story of Slipknot, starting off with the first incarnation of Slipknot, and going through to megastardom. This book has it all. Sadly, it has a bit too much, and nearing the end shows pictures of seven of the members of Slipknot unmasked. Though a lot of people will want to see this, I think that the author should have respected that they do not want this. Regardless of this single downpoint, the book rocks in every other way, with a full discography (including bootleg CDs), each members ex-bands and origins, and amazing pictures on every page. Unless you know everything about Slipknot, buy this, as there is bound to be something new and interesting to you. AMAZING!
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on 16 October 2001
This book kinda let me down. I have read "Slipknot: Inside the sickness, behind the masks" before, and I must say that is a better book in many ways. It is better written, have more quotes and tells the story more professional. The only "good" thing about this book is the picture of Slipknot unmasked, which, by the way, isn`t good at all. First the pictures is of bad quality and second a real fan does not want to see what they really look like. Buy Jason Arnopp`s masterpiece instead. However, if you have read that and still want more, this book might be the one you want. It is, without doubt, an interesting book. It`s just not as good as you may hope or want.
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