MOJO magazine - Ian Curtis cover (February 2007 - Issue 159) Good condition - the free CD is not included
DAVID BOWIE - 2 pages
JAMIE T - 1 page
LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM talks of going back to basics, Fleetwood Mac, and showing off
SPIRITUALIZED - three-quarter page
THE HOLD STEADY - 1 page
JOHN CALE - The Velvet Underground's viola-brandishing Welsh wizard on nasty Lou, pasty Nico, destroying himself, shopping for clothes and finding the funk
ARCTIC MONKEYS - The Sheffield snoots' singular songwriter Alex Turner meets his hero, Manchester motormouth punk poet John Cooper Clarke. Lairy alliteration lapped up by Pat Gilbert
KER-RANG! - Threatened by punk, Led Zep, Sabbath and Purple came under fire in 1977. A year later Iron Maiden, Def Leppard and Saxon led a new wave of British heavy metal that took punk on. And won...
PETE SEEGER - Springsteen blew his cover. Friend of Woody Guthrie, folk trailblazer and the most blacklisted entertainer ever in the US sits down with Phil Sutcliffe to talk peace, pain and American history
THE VIEW - 1 page
JOY DIVISION - With two new films and a raft of reissues, 2007 will be the Manchester moodists' year. Jon Savage, John Robb and Pat Gilbert go behind the myths
THE FALL - Album review
GRUFF RHYS - Album review
THE SUGARCUBES - Gig review
AMY WINEHOUSE - Gig review
PETER PERRETT AND THE ONLY ONES - "Hello Goodbye"
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