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(P) ISIS Publishing Ltd, 1996; Copyright © Terry and Lyn Pratchett, 1994
To most of the other Terry Pratchett books
A very funny terminator 2 reference and chase scene where death attempts to ride a motorcycle - with somewhat limited success.
I did laugh. A lot.
If you are new to Terry Pratchett and his discworld series this is a decent jumping on point.
The publisher needs to remaster this. It sounds like a duplicate made by holding a tape recorder up to a speaker. The sound is atrocious and should not be made available for sale on this service.
"Excellent story but ..."
This is one of my all-time favourite books, and the reading is great too, but I find the sound quality disappointing. Still worth buying, but I'd be happy to invest in an updated recording.
"Music With Rocks In!!!!"
Another book filled with the humour and brilliance that we?ve come to expect for Terry Pratchett and Discworld. A story that, when you come down to it, is just ?Music With Rocks In?. The characters are plentiful and divers, and you find yourself loving and hating them by turns. If there was one slight let down it was the sound quality, but nothing unexpected from an older recording and it in no way detracts from the story.
If you love 'music with rocks in it' this book will be a joy! Terry Pratchetts imagination never ceases to amaze me. He is a genius of a storyteller, and Nigel Planers narration brings life to all of the wonderful characters that are introduced in this story.I laughed alot and would thoroughly recommend.
I love the subtle(?) humour in Terry Pratchett's books, and this one is no exception.
The sideways inclusion of hit songs of the sixties really made me chuckle, the story is a trifle potty, but brilliantly so.
Excellent listening, another one to add to the listen again list!
"Music with Rocks in!"
The characters immediately appealed and I was gripped to the story within the first five minutes. The further humanisation of Death our favourite anthropomorphic personification is amusing as he first drinks and then goes off to forget by joining the foreign legion. This interplay of new charecters and themes over familiar settings and some old favorites (such as CMOT Dibbler as music mogul) makes this another grin fest. I always reach for a Terry Pratchett book when I want to be thought provokingly amused and walk around smiling inanely while listening to the story on audio. Soul Music did not dissapoint. Only slight downside is that this recording seemed to lack audio quality - seemed a bit biscuit tinney and although I enjoy Nigel Planer's narration, I do prefer Stephen Briggs.
"Love this story"
Always got time for death, such an amazing disc world character
How do you compare any discworld novel
Can't do three words,.... A great story teller, love it when he reads the discworld books but his accents kinda sometimes sound awkward
I'd listen to any terry prattchet book in one sitting if I could
"great book poorsound"
i love all things pratchett and have listened to lots of the audio books narrated by stephen briggs and looked forward to hearing nigel planers narrate but i found the sound quality sadly distracting, the storey however is great so if you can get past that slightly muffled and with a bit of a cold sound you will love it as is always true of pratchett this book is full of humor, things to think about and great whittasism !!!
"Music with Rocks in!"
Each time I listen "Soul Music" I find a new play of words that I didn't get before!
The end where DEATH plays the silence sound...
Music with Rocks in! Starring "A Deaf leppard"
"Everyone must own this book"
this is a great audio book and with one of my favourite characters in it death so if you like Terry Pratchett you have got to get this also have Susan death of rats and other favourite.
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