Q Magazine - April 1989 - Issue 31
Fair condition - magazine has been carefully read - there is age wear to the front cover (especially noticeable to side open edge)
The free supplement supplied with this issue is not included
Andrew Neil - 3 pages
XTC's Andy Partridge is from that eccentric, uniquely English school of songwriters that brought you Ray Davies and Vivian Stanshall. His problem has been his refusal to conform. And his fear of live performance. And his heart-breaking financial crises. And, well, life really... Robert Sandall offers tea and sympathy
Dusty Springfield - 1 page
Edie Brickell - half page
The Only Ones / The Incredible String Band - "Where are they now?"
Depeche Mode - The latest stadium-filling attraction in the Statesis a band that began as a cheaply equipped electronic pop act from Basildon. Today, Depeche Mode are outselling even the "Monsters of Rock" who have ruled America's heartland. And the dollars are piling higher and higher... "But you're not supposed to talk about that," they remind Mat Snow
U2 - The inside story of Mother Records
Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders - 5 pages
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