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on 13 February 2010
I've been a Muse fan for about a year now, and I know what it feels like to be totally obsessed and ingrossed with Muse and have your parents worry about sending you to a doctor. I've seen Muse once live, and it was the best 2 hours of my live. So I'm a big Muse fan, ok!
The preface of the book had me at once, capturing what I hold dear as a Muser: The sense of a body of people, the fans, like a family of all ages, nationalities, and describing the religious feeling of Muse's gigs.
A fantstic insight into Muse's career, particularly the difficult beginning years. It contains thousands of interview clippings, and lots of pointless and disturbing facts (yay!).
I've read this book so many times (particularly when angry or depressed) and the last line always has be in tears:
'And wherever this story takes the band and fans alike, the soundtrack is sure to be brilliant.'
Ben Meyers has a HUGE amount of respect for the fans, and thats perhaps why I respect him as a writer so much.
A MUST for all Musers - my family.