Mojo magazine - Oasis cover (January 2009 - Issue 182) Good condition - read once
The free CD supplied with this issue is NOT included
AMY LAVERE - 1 page
VAN DYKE PARKS - 1 page
RYAN ADAMS - From stinkin' drunk to clean and sober, the manic romantic multi-tasking Americana heartthrob has gone from self-hating party animal to well-adjusted loner, he tells Sylvie Simmons
ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN - How did a murder of overcoated romantic Scousers manage to make the album of the '80s and then go and foul it up so royally? Pat Gilbert takes a ferry 'cross the Mersey for the answers
6 and a half pages
DEEP PURPLE - Rising from the ashes from Britain's post-mod scene, Deep Purple signed to Bill Cosby's US label and scored their first hit in America. Then, unloved in their own country, they fell apart. Pete Makowski unravels the roots of a hard rock monolith and, four decades on, analyses the enduring appeal of Hush...
PAUL WELLER - 1 page
FLEET FOXES - Twelve months ago Fleet Foxes were nobodies from nowhere. Now, the Seattle five-piece have scooped Mojo's Album Of The Year. Will Hodgkinson joins them on their UK tour only to find them wide-eyed and shivering...
OASIS - Recovering from that weirdo Toronto assault, still dealing with those sibling storms and finally 'fessing up to the mystery of the alternative (better?) version of Dig Out Your Soul, an on-the-road Oasis tell Pat Gilbert why age shall not wither them and why they remain untouchable in the realm of British rock