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1. Tv Y Novelas

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Asin: B00006L0C4
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Editorial Televisa
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2. Metal Edge

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Asin: B0007TUQ2G
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Dorchester Media Llc
Sales Rank: 563
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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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


3. Communicator - The Magazine Of The Radio-Television News Director Association
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5. Airwolf : The Wolfs Lair

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16. Talk Show Yearbook

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20. Radio Datatrak
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