NME Magazine 4 November 1978 The Jam The Residents The Clash Siouxsie Beefheart Dr Feelood
The ClashNME Magazine XX 1981
This Issues main Features: The Jam the modern whirl two-pages. Bob Seger two-pages, China Street,
Smaller Features: Pure Hell small piece announcing UK tour dates. Hot Gossip. Young Bucks, the Undertones
Full Page Adverts: Judas Priest killing machine, Whitesnake, Heart, Rush hemispheres, Lindisfarne Brand New Day tour, X-ray Spex half page ad, Vangelis, John Cooper Clarke, the Residents not available, the Jam all mod cons, Penetration on tour.
Singles Reviews: X-ray Spex, Blondie, Roy Hill, UK subs, Joe Jackson.
Gig Reviews: Penetration at the Roundhouse, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Clash Roxy theatre, Steel Pulse at the Rainbow, Doctors of Madness at Music Machine, Dr Feelood Hammersmith Odeon, Yes at Wembley Arena.
Album Reviews: Captain Beefheart shiny Beast, Peter Tosh, Status Quo, Steeleye Span, Can cannibalism, Sham 69 Tell us the truth,
New Musical Express magazine (later shortened to NME) was first published in 1952 and ran for 66 years. NME magazine covered most musical genre's from 1950s Jazz to Rocknroll, 1960's Beat and Folk,1970's glam, progressive rock, heavy rock, punk, new wave, acid house, grunge, britpop etc eventually ceasing publication in March 2018 when it moved to an online subscription only. Vintage back issues of NME make great gifts or as music collectibles they make an interesting archive of music history.
Cover is worn commensurate with age. Size A3 Approx 16 ¾ " X 11½ " ( 42 x30cm )
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