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Review: Gentlemen (33⅓ #59)

User Review  - Matthew Lederman - Goodreads

Love the album. Book didn't really illuminate anything for me though. It comes off as fan boy writing. Even the flow of the story seems amateur as he jumps around the details of the making of the record. Read full review

Review: Gentlemen (33⅓ #59)

User Review  - Alex Margolies - Goodreads

Very good read. Gives you a sense of the background to the album and immediately made me go and listen to the album again - excellent music writing. Read full review

Review: Gentlemen (33⅓ #59)

User Review  - Rick - Goodreads

Enjoyable. Informative. Finding this series tends to produce two types of books, either they're narrow-focused on the band's history and the personalities/events (before and after) that created the ... Read full review

Review: Gentlemen (33⅓ #59)

User Review  - Joshua COOPER - Goodreads

Love this album and I liked the book I think if they shaved about 20 pages off it would have been even better. Read full review

Review: Gentlemen (33⅓ #59)

User Review  - Jason - Goodreads

It's a 120-page book about Gentlemen. What's not to like? Read full review

Review: Gentlemen (33⅓ #59)

User Review  - Andy - Goodreads

Content: 4 stars. Writing: 1.5 stars. Read full review

Review: Gentlemen (33⅓ #59)

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

Love this record, but didn't get a lot out of this book. Mostly a lot of ass kissing. Read full review

Review: Gentlemen (33⅓ #59)

User Review  - Bill H. - Goodreads

Can't wait for their reunion show in NJ! Read full review

Review: Gentlemen (33⅓ #59)

User Review  - Mattias - Goodreads

The album is one of the all-time greatest in my book. I love it to death and it has helped me through some tough times. I am sorry to say that the book isnt as good. I would have loved a more detailed book especially about the songs but it is an ok read and it is a must if you are a fan like me. Read full review

Review: Gentlemen (33⅓ #59)

User Review  - DR Haney - Goodreads

Certainly better than the last 33 1/3 book I read. The author's most striking insight: the Whigs had difficulty breaking out because they were dealing forthrightly with sex, a subject largely avoided in the indie world. How sadly true. Read full review


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