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1. Banjo Newsletter
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2. Mojo
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3. Paste
$125.00
4. Guitar Techniques
$34.97
5. Modern Drummer
$12.50
6. Under the Radar
$251.86
7. Kerrang - England
$21.95
8. Guitar Player
$77.00
9. Gramophone
$62.00
10. Classical Singer
$122.85
11. Mix Mag
$73.95
12. Classical Guitar
$64.95
13. International Piano
$105.61
14. Classic Rock
$141.28
15. Q
$130.00
16. Uncut
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17. The Fretboard Journal
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18. Vintage Guitar Magazine
$28.00
19. No Depression
$200.00
20. New Musical Express

1. Banjo Newsletter
by Banjo Newsletter
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Banjo Mag
The "Banjo Newsletter" has been around for many years and continues to be "the" source for all things banjo. The articles are written in everyday language and are very helpful. All aspects are covered from beginner to advanced players with all styles including frailing, old time, bluegrass, jazz, backup and new age. There is information on current happenings as well as historical information. I know of no other single source of banjo information that is by and for banjo players of all ages and skill levels. It is highly reccommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great magazine
This magazine fills a niche for serious banjo players who are interested in conventions, jams, new products, technical tips and specific samples of new and traditional music.I look forward to each issue.

4-0 out of 5 stars Had the last cuisenart food processor for about 30 years.
The only problems we had was having to replace the lid twice in all that time. Geat product the first time through raising 3 kids and alot of cooking. Hope this one and us can last that long. ... Read more

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2. Mojo
by Emap Metro / 4th Floor Mappin
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The magazine
This is the only music magazine you ever need to read. This is what Rolling Stone should aspire to be. There is really nothing more to say than if you like music this is all there is.

4-0 out of 5 stars It was great while it lasted....
I am a big fan of this magazine, but even more so of the "free" cd--when it is good, it is very good.So I finally subscribed despite the stiff price.Two issues came, I was happy, then a third without the cd, and then...no more.After many calls and complaints, Amazon finally secured a partial refund--not exactly what I wanted.Here's hoping that the delivery problems can be worked out--maybe an opaque wrapper?

5-0 out of 5 stars Great content but delivery is problematic
As far is the writing is concerned this is a top notch rock magazine. The format is appealing and the pages are not marred by one too many ads. Another plus is the CD that comes with each issue ; this might help justify the cost. The original CD's are priceless with real gems that the average music listener may not have heard of.They choose a theme and run with it, creating an eclectic mix of artists to illustrate their theme.Take for example a few months back when it was legendary tracks from Studio One in Jaimaca where it featured little known artists among reggae afficionados like Ernest Ranglin, Michiganand Smiley next to giants like Bob Marley, The Skatalites for a complete view of the important record label of reggae. I really enjoy the monthly features including tributes to those that passed away in the month entitled"Real Gone." Old rock stars are going faster than they did in the seventies! Other good features are the brief reviews of music indexed as Filter reissues, reissues extra, tracks,buried treasurean just plain Filter Albums(current stuff). The in depth articles of the cover subject are very entertaining and what actually drew me to Mojo intiallyfor information. There is one draw back for US subsrcibers, it is a long way acros the pond and problems will occurr. In the last year my problems have been as follows: was receiving my issues two weeks after the stores had copies, missing CD's. To their credit both problems were solved in spite of having to send three issues so that I would finally get my ripped off CD,it was stole twice! Subscriber beware. Sending it in clear plastic with the words CD inside is just an invitation to a thief. Otherwise it is maybe the best rock music magazine out there and I defintely recommend the Brits perspective. ... Read more

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3. Paste
by Paste Media Group Llc
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Finally!!! A Music Magazine Worth Subscribing To
When it comes to music, culture, and overall coverage of meaningful entertainment, Paste is where it's at. Fairly a new publication (starting in July of 2002), the magazine has soared in popularity and holds its own in a marketplace saturated with bland and repetitive articles.
5-0 out of 5 stars How did they do that?
PASTE magazine was made just for me!I don't even know how it came to be...I had started to receive the now-defunct TRACKS magazine (unsolicited - - probably a last-ditch effort to build a subscriber base) and when they finally went under, I was credited with two issues of PASTE.WOW!This magazine is utterly awesome!Besides the cd (or dvd - - or sometimes both!), the music, the films, the cultural issues are all enlightening and well-written.It is obviously a labor of love for all those involved in its creation.It is literally chock-full of interesting stuff, particularly not-necessarily-mainstream stuff.In all honesty, I find the advertisements particularly helpful in turning me on to new great artists, which I probably would not have heard of otherwise.I also appreciate the thicker-than-average cover, since I tend to carry it around with me for a while, to devour it by bits and pieces in every spare moment.Each issue ends up plastered with sticky-note reminders to check out or follow-up on something or other, and I've even resorted to folding over pages of interesting articles for later reference.The magazine holds up very well to my attentive abuse.So, if you are ready to escape the pablum that the entertainment industry has been spoon-feeding you for so very long, be sure to check out PASTE.Support real artists, you won't be disappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Loves Paste
Absolutely love this magazine.So much, I gave it as gifts to my family.Perfect for music fans tired of the same old Top 40 radio and craving for some fresh new sounds.Each isssue even comes with a compilation CD and DVD of movie shorts, videos, etc.Sometimes I feel this was created just for me. ... Read more

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4. Guitar Techniques
by Future Publishing Ltd
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars This is what a guitar mag should look and sound like
I agree with the other reviewers who point out the many useful music tools in this mag. The UK is where English started so if you like literate writers rather than being pitched to like an 8 year old you'll like this magazine. My gripes are that I can buy them at big box bookstores for pennies more than the subscription rate. The price fluctuates with market $ vs Pound/Euro and the delivery time for the 1st issue is 12 to 16 weeks! The stores get them faster. So if they had a better subscription deal and faster delivery I would definitely subscribe. Besides anyone that calls a tube a valve and a wrench a spanner is okay in my book.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's all about the music
I've been buying guitar magazines since 1990 and have a collection of hundreds of them. This one is the best! It has always been good, but these days I think it stands out from the crowd even more. I've seen magazines start out good, full of useful information and sheet music, then plunge to the depths of crappy industry gossip and little else. These guys have kept a strong loyalty to the musicians who wanna play, rather than the ones who care about image and nothing much else.
5-0 out of 5 stars A modular music library
Most guitar magazines seem to be heavy on discussion of artists but light on actual music. GT still talks about artist's styles, but then gives you the tab and standard notation for one of their works or a class on how to solo in their style. A standard issue contains sections like rock, jazz, acoustic fingerstyle, Funk and country, followed by workshops on (for eg.) using altered tunings, increasing fretting speed, and other interesting things.Read more

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5. Modern Drummer
by Modern Drummer Publications
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars ok, but won't help you be a better drummer
I'd like to think that reading MD in my younger years had even a little positive effect, but for impressionable youngsters, this mag is not going to help you be a better player.And it peddles a lot of jive images that have nothing to do with what playing music is about.
5-0 out of 5 stars a must have for all drummers
I can't see any reason why drummers don't read Moderndrummer magazine. I've been subcribing Moderndrummer for years and I always enjoy reading them, comparing to other drum related mag, the interviews and critiques are very informative and inspiring, i learnt a lot about product knowledge and maintainence, drummers and bands, and not to mention technique thru out the years of subscrbing MD, the whole magazine is well organized by easy and comfortable to read lay-out and meaningful content, instead some of the so called drumming magazine which interview drummers about their day life and what they think about that specific cities, Moderndrummer really concentrate on how to help their reader to be a better drummer in general.
5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Mix
There aren't many magazines for drummers that you run across at your average newstand (usually only two or three). This is the best all-around one to get. Good interviews, good reviews, good advertising. Not much on the local scene, but I can live with that. ... Read more

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6. Under the Radar
by Under the Radar
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Source for All My Favorite New Bands
I can give this great music magazine no greater praise than to say that pretty much all of my favorite new bands in the last couple of years have been discovered through Under the Radar. On top of that, they also write great articles on some of my pre-existing favorite bands. Under the Radar generally has much better writing than some of the other indie music mags out there (Devil In the Woods, Rockpile, Big Takeover, etc.) and fits my musical tastes perfectly.

3-0 out of 5 stars an alright magazine for music
under the radar has pretty good articles, pretty consistently.i wouldn't call it a good source for finding out about new bands, though, like others have said.i find arthur mag, wire mag, and devil in the woods mag to be a lot better for that.
5-0 out of 5 stars 2 of 2
Under the Radar and Filter are the only music magazines I come near. I hear Mojo is just as informative, renovative, and enjoyable, but I'm a little too close-minded to care about other genres I... don't care much about. Fans of rock/pop/what the kids are calling "indie"/alternative/punk/post-punk/folk/!!!!, take a gander at this.
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7. Kerrang - England
by Emap Metro / 4th Floor Mappin
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5-0 out of 5 stars This mag........
.....ROCKS!!!!! First thing, I am not a kid, but it is quicker to use this option. Aaanyways...this magazine is amazing. It features a very wide range of bands, but not in an annoying way. I mean, if you were into death metal and it kept having loads of punk, that would be annoying, and vice versa. There are so many different parts to it....and check out Pandora, the rockin cartoon with the rockin star and her HOT dreadlocked sidekick Wek.....lol!
5-0 out of 5 stars the standard by which all others should be measured
Absolutely brilliant magazine- shame the U.S. does not have an equivalent.Very well-written and informative; I've found out about more bands through this mag than any other I've read. Much more professional than its American counterparts (Metal Edge, Circus, etc).Covers all sorts of metal/rock bands, from Linkin Park to Slayer.This is a British weekly magazine- not a monthly- so the cost is high but well worth it if you can afford it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Greatest rock magazine
Kerrang! is by far the most informative rock magazine that has ever been published!I can count on Kerrang! to get the best interviews, be up to date, and get the facts straight from the mouths of the musicians.Its a hard to find magazine in the US, but if you can spare the money it is well worth your dollar if your intereseted in the world of hard rock.They also cover a wide range of bands that the US wouldn't even touch, and are always turning you on to new music with free CDs. ... Read more

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8. Guitar Player
by Music Player Network
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4-0 out of 5 stars Its more than the beginner or mainstream guitarist needs
I've subscribed to Guitar Player for a little over a year now.It seems like a great magazine that attempts to cover all of the bases of guitar playing. It has reviews and interviews with everyone from pretentious guitar heros to down-to-earth acoustic players and punk rockers. There are quite a lot of ads but they are expected for such a magazine. There are CD reviews based off of the guitarist's aspect also.
4-0 out of 5 stars Better than the rest
Let me say at the outset that I'm not a big fan of tab. Figuring out songs on your own provides a greater lesson than simply following along with tabs. Besides, there are scores of free tab sites on the web, so if you really need to know how to play a song and can't figure it out on your own or simply don't have the time, get to surfing.
2-0 out of 5 stars Guitar product reviewer....
Wow...There's a lot to see in this magazine...A lot of product reviews and a lot of advertisements.If You're looking for something to improve your playing, this is not the right source. ... Read more

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9. Gramophone
by Haymarket Magazines
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3-0 out of 5 stars A Gem
Gramaphone is a very necessary tool for every lover and or collector of classical recorded music, especially for anyone who dreams of owning special recordings. This magazine carries brillant reviews of new releases; also there is commentary on legendary recordings. (These older recordings may occasionally be released on budget labels.)
4-0 out of 5 stars Don't like the last redesign
Gramophone has been published in England and elsewhere going back to the days of 78s and the gramophone, and it is still one of the leading classical music and equipment publications in the world. I'd say it is pretty easily the most expensive, too.
5-0 out of 5 stars From the other side of the pond
GRAMOPHONE has been around as long as recordings have been available, informing the public about the new releases, providing cogent, intelligent reviews, giving the UK/European outlook on things musical, and in general being the bible for music review magazines.In recent years it has added interviews with living composers and artists and others involved in music and in doing so it has been able to secure its position on the newsstands and in subscriptions when everyone seems to be ignoring the printed word and opting for ezines.Yes the price of the magazine is high, but the quality of writing is also high.And may it never come to a point when all of our information about the arts is relegated to the computer.It is nice to have journals of this quality to read, re-read, and to at times save for personal libraries when such articles as those about John Adams come 'round.This is a journal worth the price! ... Read more

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10. Classical Singer
by Classical Singer
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5-0 out of 5 stars A great resource!
The single most valuable part of Classical Singer is the audition listings found in the back of every issue.This is the easiest way for singers to find out about upcoming auditions.The articles are usually short, and cover a wide range of topics.I recommend that every professional or up and coming singer subscribe to this magazine, join Opera America, and purchase Opera America's publications for singers.These two resources together provide all the information you need to make it in this business.If you are just an opera fan, then this magazine might not be of as much interest. In that case I would recommend Opera News.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Gift
I bought Classical Singer for my daughter who is in High School looking to attend college. We were surprised when we found a magazine just for singers. It was by far the best gift we could get her.

5-0 out of 5 stars Keeping Classical singers in " Pitch"
I recently, for the first time, discovered the" Classical Singer". I have often dreamed of producing a magazine that gives singers like myselfcategorised, concise ,variety ofeasy to readcommunication on current events in the music world. Who are the current and rising stars?Where do they perform? How do I go about finding and agent? Who and where are the choruses, opera groups, to which I could apply. This magazine covers the need of a singer predominantly.Read more

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11. Mix Mag
by Empire Overseas Subs Prk Hse
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12. Classical Guitar
by Ashley Mark Publ Co
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13. International Piano
by Orpheus Publications
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1-0 out of 5 stars 2 months and still no magazine
I ordered this magazine 5/17/06 and now it's 2 months later and still no show. You want a review?I can't give you one for a magazine that hasn't come! International Piano is an international rip-off!

5-0 out of 5 stars The 'Gramophone' of Piano Periodicals
This glossy British magazine about all things having to do with the piano, particularly performances, CDs, and DVDs, is a must for piano fanatics. You know who you are. It is a bit pricey, particularly in these days of the weak dollar, but I was fortunate to have been given a gift subscription by a generous friend. When the subscription expires, though, I intend to plunk down my own money to keep it coming to me. Let me give you an idea of its usual contents. To do so I will simply outline the fairly typical contents of a current issue (March-April 2005).
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14. Classic Rock
by Future Publishing Ltd
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5-0 out of 5 stars They don't make magazines like this anymore. Or they never did...
Classic Rock is a GREAT magazine. No emo. No nu metal. No punk (well, not much). So what does it have you ask?
5-0 out of 5 stars This magazine has it all for any fan of Rock music
I found this magazine in a Borders store almost 2 years ago at $7.99.I took it home and read it from cover to cover in about 2 days, it was that hard to put down.I haven't found a magazine in the past decade where I have enjoyed each article and the subject matter enclosed.They have tons of CD, DVD and concert reviews and being from England, informs those of us on this side of the pond of new bands that we would otherwise never hear of.It took me a few issues to subscribe, but I have been on board ever since.If you like articles on bands from the past such as Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, Grand Funk, Pink Floyd, Y & T, well the list goes on and on.Some are stories on what they have been up to, but mostly an article about a particular tour or making of an album that we now recognise as a classic.It has also turned me on to bands such as Status Quo, Tokyo Dragons, Young Heart Attack, and Mostly Autumn that I would have otherwise never been exposed to.Also, every 3 or 4 issues comes with a rather long playing free CD of current music that is a nice bonus that samples the gammut of rock music.I recommend this highly, mostly color pictures that have never been shown before.The Thin Lizzy spread was my favorite a couple of issues ago.Try an issue or two, you won't be disappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely the best magazine out there to feature classic rock
Wow, I just got my hands on my first magazine sent to me through the Amazon.com subscription, and it is the best rock magazine I've ever read.The magazine featured ridiculous write ups on Journey, John Kalodner, Triumph, and on the cover and feature was Led Zeppelin covering the Last Days.Included were stories on Zep's final Years (77 - 80), their manager Peter Grant, Zeppelin's In Through the Out Door, and John Bonham.Those stories were very well detailed, published, thoroughly interesting, great write ups, pictorials, etc.The magazine was 146 pages, and aside for the feature contents, regular contents include a communication breakdown (which answers fans letters and emails), the dirt (all the news, rumors, and more), Everyhome should have one (where the magazine asks a musician his favorite album...this edition included Rudolf Scheneker from the Scrops saying no home should be without Steely Dan's The Royal Scam..and he was serious), The Stories Behind the SOngs (Classic Rock looking at BOC's Don't Fear the Reaper), Q & A (with Kinks Dave Davies), Bad Wisdom, The Hard Stuff (the biggest, rockingest rock reviews package on the planet covering all that is new, reissued, spotlight, DVD, books, you name it...it gets reviewed...the best review column I have ever read), and many more regular sections.
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15. Q
by Emap Metro / 4th Floor Mappin
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5-0 out of 5 stars complete
This is the best & most complete music magazine out there. The interviews, sections, photographs & reviews are all great. The award winning review section is incredibly wide and complete. It's clear these people care about music.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Magazine is one of our finest trust me...
...it is also one of the things that makes me think of home when I am not there. Q has a definitve style in the music market, while most music mags focus on a musical genre or a particular target audience, Q lets any music or artist with an ounce of talent or credibility be their prize. To this end they have featured musical interviews with everyone from Madonna to Leonard Cohen, Blur to George Michael. The breadth is incredible, the journalistic style is artistic and grittily honest. The interest and need to share on the subject of sound talent is endless. The only musical snobbery you will bare witness to here is an avid aversion to the growing "pop stars/pop idol/American idol/x factor", style dross whichfloods todays market. Thank goodness they do so instead of pandering to it without question like the mass of vile celeb trash mags do! I use the term "celeb" in it's loose sense here since one only has to show ones naked behind on Big Brother to be labelled with this dubiuos accalade these days!
5-0 out of 5 stars If Spin was written by Brits...
There used to be tons of music magazines in Britain, but gradually they've disappeared, giving way to lifestyle magazines that run the gamut from celebrity gossip, to articles on (of all things) health. Q has always been focused on music and is pretty much the best barometer of the British music scene. It's stylish, irreverent and intelligent. They're aren't afraid to offend the interviewees neither. Read more

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16. Uncut
by Ipc Magazines Ltd
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great entertainment magazine
May be pricy, but it's hard to beat.Can order significantly cheaper direct through www.uncutsubs.co.uk.

1-0 out of 5 stars Great mag, bad deal
This is probably the best music/movie magazine out today. However, you can go to Borders books or Barnes and Nobles and get it for $8.95 or something. This deal is BS.

5-0 out of 5 stars subscribe
great magazine....my favorite!!!!
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17. The Fretboard Journal
by Occasional Publishing Inc
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5-0 out of 5 stars You will love this magazine.
An amazing magazine. The quality is superb. I highly recommend this to any music lover. I will be anxiously waiting for the next issue. My collection has begun.

5-0 out of 5 stars The guitar world needed this!!!!
Finally, a killer looking instrument magazine with interesting articles about players and collectors. This mag covers a pretty wide range of topics--interviews with players, builder interviews, some historical/esoteric stuff, etc. Even has some artsy photo spreads of instruments themselves. But I loved every page of the first issue. This is mag is stunning! No tab or instruction but plenty of entertaining, smart articles.
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18. Vintage Guitar Magazine
by Vintage Guitar
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19. No Depression
by No Depression
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3-0 out of 5 stars Bush won. Kerry lost. This is the reality,
The good....
3-0 out of 5 stars they need a new editor
great bands, great music, wordy writers, lazy editors, busy & difficult to read layout.

5-0 out of 5 stars Read, Read, Read, and Listen
This magazine was founded to follow the alt-country music, a label it follows with the tag "(whatever that is)."Here's a hint--if you don't know what alt-country music is, this magazine isn't for you.Read more

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20. New Musical Express
by Ipc Magazines Ltd
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best rock n roll mag for 50 years
NME has long been setting the standard for music magazines the world over. It is ocassionally biased and always controversial, but has a knack for drawing the biggest stars in rock to it's covers, who despretely want to tell their friends they were seen in the mag. NME is always hilarious, imformative, and cutting edge; it spots the bands first that the world will be talking about next year.
5-0 out of 5 stars NME rules supreme
If you are into great music, whatever genre or age NME will cover it. Although it focuses mainly on new bands,(hence the title),it covers all your classic stuff aswell. Even if on the cover it looks like it's just another cheesy gossip mag it's not.4-0 out of 5 stars Keep in touch with the real music
NME keeps you up to date with exactly what is happening in the world of music. Unlike publications such as Rolling Stone, NME focuses on new bands (signed and un-signed). NME can make or break bands and is very aware of this (they do try to start trends a little too often). Read more

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