The Face magazine - Prince cover (September 1990 - Volume 2 No. 24)
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Face magazine - Prince cover (September 1990 - Volume 2 No. 24) Good condition - magazine has been read - THERE ARE WHITE FINGER MARKS TO EDGE OF FRONT COVER
- Graffiti Bridge has been touted as a Minneapolis West Side Story. The soundtrack LP is already out: so where's the movie?
2 page photo feature
BRITISH RAP - Once a joke, British hip hop is finally developing a voive of its own and gaining respect from its American peers. MC Mell'O', Ruthless Rap Assassins, and Ruff Jusdis explain why
KLF - As The Timelords, they once went to number one. Under various names, they've explored samples and cut ups, rave records and ambient house, usually moving on before getting the credit they deserve. Now The KLF are onto something new. Are you ready for the acid revival?
Three and a half pages
KISS FM - Drawn from staff diaries, a countdown to the September launch of London's first 24-hour dance station
One and a half pages
(one page is a black/white photo sitting on table)
DURAN DURAN - 1 page black/white photo (Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, John Taylor)