Trouser Press Magazine April 1981 The Clash Grace slick the Vapors Fisher Z

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Trouser Press Magazine April 1981 The Clash Grace slick the Vapors Fisher Z

Trouser Press No. 60 April 1981 Volume Eight, Number Two

9 The Vapours Released from prison after six years, a bandit seeks revenge; by Jon Young
10 Grace Slick Gracie joins son Ronnie in some unique pursuits; by David Fricke
11 Martha and The Muffins Don realizes there are drawbacks in his engagement; by Jon Young
12 Fisher Z Two hired gunmen shoot down a lawyer; by Dave Schulps
13 Chaz Jankel The teen-age idol will sing some of his latest hits; by Harry George
17 The Clash A 15-minute discussion on psychological problems; by Chris Salewicz
22 Skinnay Ennis and the band are featured; by Bill Flanagan
27 Female rock audience Margie gets confused while doing a commercial, by Lori Twersky
30 Clone Rock Dogs who herd turkeys; by Philip Bashe 
33 UK independent labels. A baby club racket swindles expectant parents; by Adam Sweeting

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Trouser Press was a rock music magazine started in New York in 1974. As the 1970s music scene transformed, so did the magazine's editorial focus. From 1976 on, Trouser Press frequently centered on the growing punk movements in London and New York. Trouser Press provided in-depth articles on bands like the Sex Pistols, Boomtown Rats, The The Clash, The The Damned, The Ramones, Television, Blondie and many other similar groups, long before other U.S. music publications did. It continued through the early 1980s focusing almost exclusively on new wave, alternative rock, and underground rock from both sides of the Atlantic until it ceased publication after the April 1984 issue (#96)

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