THE HIT Magazine Oct 5 1985 Smiths Morrissey Damned Prince Gary Numan Gerry Anderson
THE HIT Magazine October 1985
Get on the good foot with Mick Jones's BAD, plus Billy Bragg, Coming Next, how to win a Cars video compilation, a baaad motor scooter and more;
Rat Scabies turns punk archaeologist and unearths
the skeletons of '76.
How Manchester United managed to play in Europe
this season and other tall stories.
Jimmy Somerville's Communards come out fighting.
Hey hey we're Sigue Sigue Sputnik doesn't quite trip off the tongue, does it but that won't stop S.S.S. being BIG. Who says? Them of course.
Alexei Sayle Interviewed by The HiT Squad.
Morrissey gets happy. It's a short feature.
MADNESS, ABC, Dream Academy hit the groove.
The cult that became an industry puppet master Gerry Anderson looks back on a perfectly plastic past. You write, Tony Husband etches.
FEARGAL SHARKEY Where to now for the wandering warbler?
Gary Numan hits out, plus the livest action of the week. Warm up for the UK Grand Prix, plus our indispensable guide to gigs, records releases, TV, movies, etc.
Five pages of hard information, including the Wham singles graph and how Streetwave revived the art of the cover version.
Tony Parsons: purple prose on Prince.
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