Uncut magazine - Fleetwood Mac cover (May 2003) Good condition - small area of damage to front cover
The free CD which was supplied with this issue is not included
JOE PANTOLIANO - 4 pages
FLEETWOOD MAC - Rock's greatest soap opera, Fleetwood Mac went to hell and back to bring the world some of the most popular, and most perfect, hard-centred easy listening music of all time. But it nearly cost them their sanity. And their lives... as they tell Unct in this exclusive interview
GEORGE CLOONEY - 2 pages
THE BUZZCOCKS were a perfect pop riot of sex, drugs, rock'n'roll, pataphysics and button badges. Exactly 25 years after their historic debut album, the pride of Manchester are back
SPIKE LEE's combative and confrontational films have made him one of American cinema's most inflammatory directors. Here, he looks back on the highlights of an extraordinary 20-year career
ED HARCOURT - On life, death and why he hates being called a "singer-songwriter"
LUCINDA WILLIAMS - Album review
THE WHITE STRIPES - Album review
OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN - 1 page
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