Q magazine - The Rolling Stones cover (October 1989)
Q Magazine - The Rolling Stones cover (October 1989 - Issue 37)
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Barry White - 3 pages
Michael Hutchence - INXS: a bank-rolling album, a triumphant stadium tour, then... what? Their smouldering love god of a singer disappears into the Australian outback to reinvent himself. Michael Hutchence was to emerge - shorn, bookish, bespectacled - as a sudious film actor, low-profile Hong Kong resident and the pseudonymous leader of a humble house/rock ensemble, Max Q. "A very unjaded experience," he assures Giles Smith
The Rolling Stones - It's been three years since their last album, seven since their last tour, years punctuated by bitter public feuds and inevitably underwhelming solo projects. But the lure of something greater than ticket receipts has reunited the battle-scarred troupe once more: they need each other. "There's always Plan B," they tell Adrian Deevoy, "the dark room and the sharp knife..."
The Sugarcubes - 3 pages
The Blue Nile - 2 pages
Fuzzbox - 1 page
Brendan Croker - 1 and a half pages
Gloria Estefan - 3 pages
Jeff Beck - 4 pages
Ian McCulloch - Album review
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