Trouser Press Magazine August 1978 Generation X Cheap trick Bill Bruford Nick Lowe Buzzcocks XTC

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Trouser Press Magazine August 1978 Generation X Cheap trick Bill Bruford Nick Lowe Buzzcocks XTC
Trouser Press August 1978 Volume Five, Number Seven No 31 The Magazine with Total Suss 

Generation X Unidolterated by Scott Isler
Plastic Bertrand M. Bertrand to You! by David Fricke
XTC Pop the Hard Way by Jim Green
Buzzcocks  Explained (Sort of) by Brian Hogg
Rock Against Racism Festival Freakout by Roman Szolkowski
Radio Stars Rabbit Redux by Jim Green 
Rock Theory by Jim Green Theoretical Facts by Dr. Joseph Sasfy 

Cheap Trick Eight Arms to Hold You  by Ira Robbins 
Nick Lowe Straight as an Arrow by Dave Schulps 
Dave Edmunds Rave On! by Dave Schulps 
Bill Bruford The Only Drummer in UK Interview by Ray Bonici 
Be Bop Deluxe Blasted in the Bleachers by Gary Sperazza 

Hello It's Me 
Fax 'n' Rumours 
Album Reviews 
Hit and Run by Jon Young Green 
Circles by Jim Green 
America Underground by Jim Green 
Collectors' Ads 

Very Good condition - cover has damaged/taped bottom right corner and small pieces from the corner of next two pages but still fully legible.

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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