THE HIT Magazine Oct 19 1985 The Fall the Cult Gary Moore Long Ryders Aswad EastEnders
THE HIT Magazine October 1985
HOT - From Phil Cool to iceball Hot freezes down. JOEY McLOUGHLIN Up the big hill and smack into the pain barrier. We follow the tortured course of a young cycling ace in the gruelling Nissan race. THE FALL Mark E Smith: the nicest man in pop?
24 THE HiT SQUAD As Reading get set to smash the Spurs league record, the Squad watch history in the making. THE LONG RYDERS The US music invasion gathers strength, Wimbledon falls under the onslaught. FASHION This week's style spread hits the hats. SINGLES Sade, Echo, Marc Almond, ZZ Top, Duran bring out the big guns. BROOKSIDE MEETS EASTENDERS Will they get on? Will they understand each other's accents? The HiT hosts a soap-to-soap showdown. SANDRA PIGG The star of new movie Letter To Brezhnev sets her sights on Hollywood.
ALBUMS The Cult deliver, Midge Ure goes it alone.
HiT BACK You write, we reel. 46 HiT THE ROAD Gary Moore rocks Oxford: on the spot report. 50 THE HiT LIST Four-page information riot, including .. . 5 01 THE HiT SPORTS CALENDAR 0, Where to get your kicks between now and 1986. 5 171 THE HiT PARADE " What's up, what's down, we chart the moves the moment they happen. 6 HiT OUT '""' Truth at a price? Parsons on Fleet Street.
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