NME Magazine 7 October 1978 The Slits Thin Lizzy Peter Tosh Dr Feelgood Wayne County The Jam XTC
NME Magazine 7 October 1978 includes part 1 of the book of music with cover designed by Barney bubbles.
This Issue Features: NME Magazine 7 October 1978 Girl trouble with The Slits two page Center spread, Dr Feelgood 1.5 page article by Monty Smith, Peter Tosh arrested, Thin Lizzy in Philadelphia 1.5 pages, Wayne County 1.5 pages.
Full Page Adverts: Bob Seger, Snips, 999 separates, Johnny Thunders, Black Sabbath never Say Die, Styx, Hawkwind 25 years, the Jam tube station, Boomtown Rats, Stiff records tour, Al Stewart Time passages, Sham 69 hurry up Harry,
Singles Reviews: Dennis Brown, Abyssinians, Freddy MacGreggor, soul syndicate, the Heptones, Talking Heads, the Jam, Dead Boys.
Album reviews: Rachel Sweet, Wreckless Eric, Lena Lovich, Mickey Jupp, XTC, Vivian Stanshall, Dr Alimantado, Richard Thompson.
Gig Reviews: Blue Oyster Cult Hammersmith Odeon, XTC Glasgow, The Only Ones, The Fall, Peter Hamill, Snivelling Shits, The Kinks Hammersmith Odeon, Dead Fingers Talk Marquee, the Showbiz Kids Canning Town London.
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.
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