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3 review for The Can Book

  1. 5 out of 5

    Darran Mclaughlin

    Unfortunately, a very bad book. Can deserve a much better book. It's just really badly written, broken up into short biographies of the members and a perfunctory chronological account of the years the band was in operation. It does nothing to convey the magic of that unique music. I only give it a second star because it inspired me to listen to loads of Can over the last few days. Unfortunately, a very bad book. Can deserve a much better book. It's just really badly written, broken up into short biographies of the members and a perfunctory chronological account of the years the band was in operation. It does nothing to convey the magic of that unique music. I only give it a second star because it inspired me to listen to loads of Can over the last few days.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jlawrence

    Good book covering the fantastic krautrock band Can -- too short, but nonetheless filled with interviews and intriguing facts, and hints of rare recordings I will never, ever find.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Terrorb

    Interesting facts about a great band but written in quite a cold "matter of fact" way like a reference book and far too short to give it any more than 3 stars. Interesting facts about a great band but written in quite a cold "matter of fact" way like a reference book and far too short to give it any more than 3 stars.

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