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101. Satellite Direct
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102. Strad
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Articles, commentary, review articles, music reviews and news of note for string musicians, includes instruments, music techniques, design, concerts, history and current affairs.
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103. Pianist
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104. International Piano
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105. Empire

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British magazine of film, features interviews and reviews.
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5-0 out of 5 stars TOP MOVIE MAGAZINE - HANDS DOWN
No question. If you followed ALL movie magazines, even the sci-fi and fantasy spin-offs, quick VHS magazines (remember those!) then you should also remember about the time BATMAN premiered (what great movie hype!) Empire Magazine ran its first issue and then the great BATMAN #2 issue and we have not stopped collecting since, nearing issue 200 now as I write this, it has been a good one so far and I am sure will keep up the same pace for all new to the greatest `non-digital' monthly pages on the planet, I urge young and old alike to start collecting and reading now.

Empire has the best letter editor quick reply page, best movie news section that is fairly reliable, some interesting actor introductions, then the SOLID MOVIE REVIEW SECTION that is pretty much the most effective appraised segment in any magazine on any planet and to think that it is about films makes it all the more better.

Film personality, editorial and staff movie trivia segments, inside scoops, Questions and Answers about how much is a bottle of milk, Empire helped get us closer to these people who made us so happy at the silver screen and to that I have Empire to thank. The spine quotes at the side that can win us a T-shirt, the new DVD section (I lived for the old VHS one) your designers really knew what made us young impressionably men do in the bathroom with Michelle Pfeiffer in the mid-section, thanks for that also and I end this review by saying that if there was any magazine in the world that I would like to write for, I would give my left one for these people.

This is truly amazing film work... and yeah, it does leave Premiere magazine to go pound on sand.

Try it.

5-0 out of 5 stars The greatest movie mag on the planet!
I am a loyal,long time fan of EMPIRE magazine and have collected almost every issue from No.1. Being a British mag, it differentiates itself from others like Premiere and Entertainment Weekly by it's frank dissection of all movies, and provides a wide range of opinion and discussion. I will always read EMPIRE, and If you like movies, you should too.

5-0 out of 5 stars I worship Empire....
As a film geek and cinephile, Empire magazine is my WET. DREAM. Before I discovered Empire, I was wasting away in mediocre magazine hell with such trite, superificial trash as Entertainment Weekly and Premiere. I desperately needed a magazine as obsessed with movies as I was, and not just with the usual mainstream Hollywood excrement. Sure, Empire has its fair share of this sort of coverage, but it also has a plethora of features on indie, foreign (it IS a British publication), and cult movies. The interviews, articles and reviews are detailed, witty and informative. Empire even has a mini-mag in the back where DVDs (old and new movies/TV shows) are rated, with brief plot summaries and overview of extras. The only downsides to Empire are:

1) It's usually so thick I actually have a hard time finishing it before the next issue is out, which might or might not be a good thing.

2) The price! The price makes me want to move to the UK if only to suscribe for 16 pounds instead of 90+ bucks. I don't know how much 16 pounds is exactly, but I'm pretty sure it's a hell of alot cheaper than 90+ bucks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect movie maagazine for movie geeks!
This magazine seems too perfectly tailored to me, much the way I felt when I discovered Harry Knowles' Aint it cool News.As a monthly movie mag that pushes near 200 pages an issue, this blows the nearest US genre mag (CFQ, 6 issues a year, 80+ oages) to hell, and contains little to none of the 'snobery' of most domestic movie mags.Great mag for the movie lover who likes healthy doses of fun and humor with sincere film anaysis.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best movie magazine I have ever come across
Empire is by far the best movie magazine in publication today. Since the magazine is British, it provides information on movies that we in America have not yet heard of. This magazine has the best and most relevant reviews, and presents them in an interesting way. ... Read more


106. Murder Dog
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107. No Depression
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Publisher: No Depression
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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The ideal No Depression reader believes that Johnny Cash and Jeff Tweedy are both gods and for similar reasons: they respect tradition enough to rebel against it. The same can be said for the magazine that covers them with a similar restless energy. Started in the mid-'90s as a vehicle to cover alt-country upstarts, No Depression has since broadened its range to include all kinds of roots music, including folk, blues, bluegrass, indie rock, and even the occasional classic-rock icon (but only when former Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant is singing Bob Dylan and Bukka White covers). It's fitting that the name of the magazine comes from a 1990 Uncle Tupelo album title, which in turn was borrowed from a Carter Family song lyric from the '30s, because No Depression is interested in music that draws on a rich rural history but is now played and enjoyed by urban hipsters as well as roots traditionalists. Although the writing and design tend to be as utilitarian as a pair of denim overalls, each issue is jammed full of reviews (of CDs, concerts, movies, and books), short profiles of regional musicians, and lengthy features devoted to major artists (recent subjects have included Guy Clark, Dolly Parton, Linda Thompson, and Rhett Miller). If you prefer your country music shrink-wrapped by Nashville, look elsewhere. However, if you think Austin, Texas, is the music world's mecca, No Depression is probably for you. --Keith Moerer ... Read more

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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.

Alt-country is music based on the rural traditions of the 1930's and 1940's, interpreted primarily by urban-dwelling musicians, addressing itself to modern concerns. This sounds like a broad umbrella, and it is. No Depression magazine has had to cast its net wider and wider over the last few years. A recent issue ran obituaries for Johnny Cash, Floyd Tillman, and Warren Zevon on adjacent pages.

Because the music this magazine focuses on tends to have a cult following and little radio airplay, you can be sure of discovering something between these covers you haven't heard before. Simply opening the magazine is a learning experience. Page after page of album reviews are often followed by readable, throrough-going feature articles, concert reviews, DVD listings, and more. Even the ads are mostly well-constructed and informative.

This is an easy magazine to read. The writing is crisp and unpretentious, and the structural design mimics the willfully primitive rural art of the Great Depression. You can read a lot very quickly and not feel like you've skimmed past the real meaning.

If you can have more than two alt-country or Americana albums in your CD collection, this magazine is for you. You'll stay ahead of the trends, you'll know the best raw music being made, and you'll always know what you're looking for when you go to the record store. And what's more: you'll hang onto back issues, because they're so completely worth rereading. There's no higher praise for a culture magazine than that.

5-0 out of 5 stars keeps me feeling up!
one of the most erudite music magazines on the market! several in depth articles in each issue. extensive reviews that don't fudge - candid and critical, and lots of pings to bands you've heard before, when reviewing those it's likely you haven't. the only criticism i can think of, is that it's become so big and thick with ads that it's gotten harder to get thru! but many of the ads display great graphic design, even they are fun! ... Read more


108. Rockpile
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Publisher: Rockpile Magazine
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109. Children's Playmate
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Publisher: Children's Better Health Institute
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features articles, short stories, poetry, games, activities and recipes for children ages 6-8.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Fun Magazine, Age Appropriate, No Ads
Children's Playmate delivers quite a bit of content that is age appropriate and fun for my first grader. He enjoys the activities and stories. He does most of his independent reading in the children's magazines we get him, so this has definitely enriched his reading development.

Highly recommend this magazine. We also get Jack and Jill (his favorite) and US Kids! ... Read more


110. Metal Edge

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2-0 out of 5 stars Over run by mainstream trash and idiots
Remember back a year or two ago when Metal Edge was an awesome magazine with some credibility? Good, now let's have a moment of silence to commemerate that time, because since then this magazine has died and gone to hell. Every interview asks the same questions another interview did a month or two back. Every interviewer kisses the a** of whoever they're interviewing. If a band made just made a horrible album they still call it gold. Anything the person their interviewing says they agree with. Absolutly no integrity to found in this magazine anymore. The bands they cover these days have little to nothing to do with metal. LIT, Silvertide, American Rejects, the Distillers, Juliette and the Licks and many other very un-metal bands have appeared in their pages in the past year. They also love to cover nu-metal and bands that used to be popular but that no one cares about anymore. Every once in a blue moon they'll cover a band worth covering and there's Mike G's column but other than that there's not much to like about this magazine. Reading this magazine reminds me of High School, got a bunch of people pretending to be something their not while they make their lips bloody by kissing so much a**. Rock and metal are getting popular now but at the expense of the art form's integrity. Any time you go to a show now you run into those annoying wannabe rebel posers who think they are the guru's of music and life in general, just like you would run into all the rich little kids pretending to be gangsta's a year or two back. Stupid a** magazine's like Metal Edge and the people who work for it and support it hurt metal more than they help it. If metal staying in the underground is the price that has to be paid for keeping idiots and posers out of the scene than I'm all for it. The only reason I didn't give this one star is because it will ocasionally have cool posters. Definitly not worth a 30$ subscribtion or even 5 bucks at the store but I would recommend ripping off the posters every once in a while. For real metal journalism with some integrity check out Metal Maniacs, the internet, Revolver and, if your rich enough, some of the european metal mags.

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay.....
Well, there are a lot of good things about this magazine, but there are also a lot of bad ones, and some useless parts as well... let's break this down....
Good:
*They cover interesting bands like society 1, and other lesser-known bands
*the interviews are pretty interesting
*the Roundup section can be absolutely hillarious

Bad:
*The photography. The pinups are pretty crappy. they are usually are blurry or dark live shots of bands that no one really cares about anyway. Who really needs *another* blurry live photo of Jon Davis?
*The editing. Whoever proofreads this must be absolutely blind! I have been reading this magazine for almost 3 years, and there has not been a single issue that is free of errors. Now I don't mind a couple accidental errors that aren't that noticable, but when they misspell someone's name in a years worth of issues, that gets rather annoying. Metal Edge spelled the lead singer of Flaw, Chris Volz as Chris Nolz for an entire year. That was pretty annoying.

The Useless:
*Metalhead Directory. Now this section is for penpals.... have you people ever heard of the Internet? If you can afford to buy a magazine, you can afford to buy a month of AOL, now can't you? And most of the people who write in to this section are prisoners anyway. So if you've always wanted to be in contact with a prisoner, check this out!
*The list of websites. Most of the sites on here are old sites, and a good portion of them don't work anyway. it's not that hard to find a band's website. there's no real reason to print 5 pages of it a month!
* The posters. Now, don't get me wrong, I love posters, but recently, they've switched to tear-out posters, instead of simply removing the staples from the magazine and putting them back. The tear out posters are annoying, because it is nearly impossible to take them out without practically ripping the poster in half. What's the point of having half of Static-X on your wall? and if you try to repair it, it looks terrible!
*The calendar. If they are going to continue to use a calendar, they should make that tear-out as well. What usually ends up happening is that half of the band's heads will be cut off by the binding, so you pull out the calendar, only to find.... Half of Godsmack's faces!! so I suppose if you're looking for pictures of half of godsmack's faces, you know where to look.
*The cd reviews. These might as well be in another language, because you have to be fluent in moron to understand them... they put strings of massive words together to make sentences that sound really cool, but mean absolutely nothing. They should really just tell people if the album is good or not....

so basically, it's up to you... there are some good things about it, and some bad... choose wisely!

3-0 out of 5 stars great magazine but........
hey, metal edge is great but it focused on interviews with only some bands like 4 interviews with korn and it doesn't focused much on women in rock with reports or interviews. ihave only seen ONE 10 report on women in rock. metal edge also needs more interviews with kittie, otep, my ruin, and other bands with females in it.

1-0 out of 5 stars www.metalsludge.com
forget about this piece of crap. You wanna learn THE REAL TRUTH about your fave bands? Here's the adress; www.metalsludge.com.
Say hi to Stillbourne for me.

5-0 out of 5 stars Rock on!
This magazine is awesome if you are looking for your fav. Metal artists!It also has a lot of products for sell: chokers, concert shirts, posters, almost anything punk, and no pop stuff!It also usually comes with four large posters.It's really cool, I love it! ... Read more


111. Crossword Puzzles Only
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112. Hm

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Sales Rank: 2318
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The epitomy of all music magazines.
Whether you are into hard music or not, whether you are a Christian or not, there is plenty of good stuff carefully invested in each page of HM magazine. The news keeps you on your toes with pointers that you actually care about. There is a notably diverse range of music covered, with a special emphasis on hard music and indie music-- "Christian" bands, mind you (whatever that means now days...) Interviews are anything but standard, and far from dull. Reviews are constructive, insightful and informative... very useful for selecting cds. There are helpful tips for guitarists and drummers, and they review gear too. For those of us who are Christian (yes I am one,) there is some great down to earth advice in the last columns on all things relevant. However, one must be interested in at least one of these two things: 1. Good music 2. Christianity. Otherwise, this zine is probably not for you. Anyhow, find out for yourself!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Only Magazine That Matters
Once upon a time a Texas kid named Doug Van Pelt got an interview with an upcoming, young metal band called Stryper, and xeroxed a fanzine in his basement. That was Heaven's Metal. Now HM stands for Holy Mackerel--I mean, Hard Music. It's not just metal any more.

After Stryper pioneered the way, a lot of other great bands rushed down the trail--so many Doug had to make a bigger magazine to hold them all. After Doug pioneered the way, a lot of other great magazines rushed down the trail. A lot of great writers started writing about a lot of great bands. With so much to listen to, and so much to read, fans were in heaven.

But then it got hard. Some false prophet declared the end of print, and famine fell upon many zines. Doug walked sadly through the graveyard, strewn with once proud writers, past the gravestones that bore the once-proud names: Swordbearer, White Throne, Harvest Rock Syndicate, Notebored, Counter Culture. Stricken to his soul, he looked up to heaven and cried out, "I am but one soul; what can I do?" Turning, he began to gather up the wretched writers, carrying them one by one to the shelter of his Texas home.

Today, the broken writers have been nursed back to health, and Doug lets them express their writing adiction in his magazine. He includes free CDs for subscribers to help bands survive and fans get their music fix. There--did I do good, Doug? Can I go back to the kennel now? P.S.: In 2003, HM celebrated it's 100th issue, Join the celebration and subscribe! ... Read more


113. Uncut
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Publisher: Ipc Magazines Ltd
Sales Rank: 1839
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars WHAT'S UP WITH THE PRICE?
Uncut is without a doubt the best music mag in the world right now....but why on earth would anyone buy 12 issues for the price of 15? This mag is 8 bucks in any of the stores mentioned in the other reviews here, not 11 an issue which is what this subscription breaks down to....whats up with that?

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Magazine on the Planet
Some times I feel like it was written just for me. The music articles cover everything from classic rock and punk through the best of what is going on today. The movie articles have a great balance between reevaluating the great 70s and 80s films and new movies. Plus the free CDs every month are usually outstanding and have introduced me to new music I would have missed. It's an absolute must have.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Music Magazine Around
I'll get to the point ... if you are looking to stay abreast of what's going on in popular music, including the Indie scene, the Americana world and the major elders still around, this is as far as you need to go. The quality of the writing, be it an in-depth article (many of which are excellent) or a short review (you can expect about 200 per issue) is consistently high. Furthermore, I have been introduced to many great bands that don't even show up in any domestic magazine's radar, although -ironically- many of these bands are American. So, if you can't believe that best it gets is Spin or, much worse, Rolling Stone (how did it ever got to the low point of having Jessica Simpson on the cover ... yikes!), you will be immensely rewarded by trying Uncut. Tip: you can get any single issue at B&N, Borders or Tower Records for the same amount, that way if you don't like it you won't have to mourn 100 bucks.

5-0 out of 5 stars A High Five Rating for this Grreat Pix-Musix Adumbrating
This is the one that I subscribe to, even though, strictly speaking, Q magazine does a better job of covering contempo musica mondo. Uncut is for those of us who feel nostalgic for popular music figures whose stuff has held up over time. The writing is superior, VASTLY superiour to anything in print today. This is because the mag is staffed by geezers who cut their teeth writing for the likes of the NME and probably something like the top of the pops back in the day. The writers are veterans and this is good for a number of reasons, among them is that they bring great perspective, journalistic professionalism, acute insights, otherwise forgotten trivia and the realization there is more to life than just listening to the tunes, i.e. there is a whole other culture happening simultaneously, to their writing. Actually, apart from the FEATURE ARTIST feature, this magazine is more about film, past and present, and I love this aspect of it because the editors choose an actor, director, genre or actor/director and focus in on the oevre of xhosen subject and then just lay out a whole wackawackapacka stuff that you are definitely going to go out and buy/ rent/ borrow and view. I ALWAYS find a new movie that I have just GOT to watch after reading my latest edition of UNCUT. Plus, each issue comes with a complimentary CD. The selections on these CD's is spotty and I find that the poor ones I spin through just a couple of times, the good ones, I keep and play lots. You won't be sorry that you subscribed to this mag but you will likely be sorry that you didn't if you ever get the chance to see what you missed by not doing so.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fed up with Rolling Stone? Check this one out..
Well, it might not be quite the same level as Rolling Stone, remember clout and tradition have something to do with the interviews THEY can get. The writing and reviews are a lot better... since it's British it gives quite a different spin on things and emphasizes other than the mainstream. The downside is the price...You do get a free cd, which is cool I guess. ... Read more


114. Gramophone - Incls Gramophone Cd-rom

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Sales Rank: 1500
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for the lover of classical and opera music
Each issue is full of reviews of orchestral, chamber, isntrumental, choral, opera and world music, with additional information about equipment for the audiophile. ... Read more


115. Film Comment
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Features articles on narrative, documentary and independent film makers, filmography, film criticism and book reviews.
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116. Wwe Smackdown! Magazine
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Publisher: World Wrestling Entertnmnt Inc
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Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Targeted toward the dumbest marks.
Now, there's nothing wrong with being a mark. At some point in their life, every wrestling fan was a mark. Now with the growing popularity of the internet, more and more fans are becoming smarks (which has the potential to eventually put this magazine out of business).

Back in 1998, I was a mark. I was addicted to the WWF and had to have every piece of merchandise on it that I could find. Also back then, since SmackDown! hadn't even debuted yet, this magazine was just simply called "WWF Magazine". Needless to say, I got myself a two-year subscribtion and was usually enthusiastic when it came in the mail.

When I got a bit older (and smarter), I realized just how bad this magazine was. It's obviously just targeted to marks, since all of the columns act like everything in wrestling is 100% real. If that wasn't bad enough, the writers of these columns try to make it seem like these are deep, thought-provoking issues, and even try to travel into the minds of what these fictional characters are possibly thinking.

Another thing that bugged me was how outdated this magazine always was. For example, I'd get an issue an February, and all they'd be talking about was stuff that happened in December. It's sometimes ebarassing when you read an article that questions "How long will the fued between The Rock and Ken Shamrock last?", when in reality, the fued already ended long ago. That's just the thing about wrestling - it's a fast-paced business and everything can change at the drop of a hat.

5-0 out of 5 stars WWE hardcore fan
Smackdown magazine gives you the inside details of your favorite wrestlers [good and bad]. If you like Thursday Smackdown then this magazine is for YOU! PLUS, the pictures are awesome. Most of the time the poster they have in WWE magazine are really great to hang on the wall.
It gets even better! If you get both Raw and Smackdown magazine deliver to your house you won't be dissappointed. It has high impact photos, interviews of your favorite wrestlers, up coming shows and payper view that might come to your area and so much more!
Smack your computer and order it NOW!

5-0 out of 5 stars A WWE fans DREAM
This magazine is great. It goes inside smackdown and talks personally with some of the smackdown talent. This is a great magazine and i recomend it to any WWE fan even if you don'y watch snackdown, it's good way to keep in touch with the wrestling world!

1-0 out of 5 stars A Bad Magazine
This magazine started out as WWE Magazine then they decided to change the name to Smackdown Magazine and what was worse is that they didn't even give people a chance to cancel their subscription if they wanted to. This magazine is nothing but a piece of crap!!!! ... Read more


117. Relix Magazine
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Publisher: Relix Magazine Inc
Sales Rank: 803
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Jamband Favorite
This is my favorite magazine. I don't have much time to go to concerts these days, but Relix keeps me tuned in with the Jamband music scene. They recently redesigned their magazine and I think that it appeals to a much larger audience now. They do everthing from camping equipment reviews to music reviews to in-depth articles on bands... anything that might relate to the live music scene. Still, they find time to devote to the Grateful Dead (The Dead, Other Ones, etc.), keeping the magazine true to its roots.

5-0 out of 5 stars The only magazine if you are passionate about live music
RELIX is the only source for live, improvisational music. They cover the Jamband scene like no other.
If you are a musician, fan or want to learn about great music this is the magazine for you. Phish, Grateful Dead, String Cheese, Widespread Panic, Allman Brothers, Dave Mathews, they have it all! ... Read more


118. Hit Parader

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Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars They should add an "s" to their title.....
Basically, this magazine sucks. The only redeeming quality is that there are really good pictures and pinups. The articles in the magazine are basically the same every month. They just re-word it and update them a little bit. They've basically been running the same Slipknot article for 3 years now. The only good thing they've done is an article on Society 1. The other thing I noticed was that some of the information is completely false. In one article, they said that cold's self-titled cd was gold, and 13 ways to bleed onstage was approaching platinum. 13 Ways to Bleed Onstage wasn't even gold when this issue was printed. Save your money, and get Revolver or Metal Hammer instead. At least they get their facts straight. The only reason to buy this magazine would be to wallpaper your house with all the latest nu-metal (modern rock) Stars or to line a litter box. So unless you like reading the same articles month after month, stay away!

3-0 out of 5 stars Posters are good
The only thing in the magazine i found worth anything weret he posters... They usually have articles over old bands tht many people dont care about like Velvet revolver and The darkness... And they usually have the same bands like KoRn, Manson, and Few other bands its really a bunch of crap but i buy it for the posters which are usually good!!!

2-0 out of 5 stars TOO REPETITIVE
I THINK ITS TOO REPETITIVE ON BOTH THE ARTICLES AND THE PINUPS. THERE'S REEALLY NO POINT IN READING THE ARTICLES BECAUSE THE ARTICLES ARE PRETTY MUCH THE SAME THROUGHOUT THE MAGAZINE. THIS MAGAZINE USUALLY USES THE SAME BANDS ON THEIR COVERS. IT USUALLY INTRODUCES NEW BANDS THAT ARE ON THE SOFTER SIDE OF ROCK. I WAS SUBSCRIBED TO THIS MAGAZINE FOR A YEAR, AND I FOUND A FEW ARTICLES ON A PARTICULAR BAND TO BE EXACTLY THE SAME THING EXCEPT THE PARAGRAGHS WERE PUT IN DIFFERENT ORDER. SO SAVE UR CASH AND GET A NEW CD OR SOMETHING. ... Read more


119. Vintage Guitar Magazine
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Asin: B00006L16A
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Vintage Guitar
Sales Rank: 999
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120. Film Quarterly

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Asin: B000472WIC
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: University Of California Press
Sales Rank: 1993
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Articles on motion pictures and the industry and motion picture and book reviews.
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