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I was a subscriber to Creem and Circus when I was a teen in the 70's. It was pretty much the only way to stay current on what was happening and what releases were coming up. In a pinch I'd even buy Hit Parader. However those titles died a long time ago, so I really recommend some great magazines from the UK that you can pick up at Barnes & Noble. Classic Rock (don't be fooled by the title, it's not about the lame US radio format), Vive Le Rock and Planet Rock.

Cool! I used to read those myself, back in the 70s, and I know what you mean about being the only way to keep up back then.


On line.


they went Pop! or they're hangin out with radio.


Isn't this an issue relevant to all magazines? Why wait a month for news that is instant on the internet?


As a longtime subscriber to Newsweek, I love the analysis and in-depth articles. When Newsweek went all-digital, I switched to Time magazine.

Also, I subscribe to Health and Outside Magazines..

I don't like reading books or magazines on a screen.

TV : the radio star :: the internet : all print media


I used to be a long time subscriber to Rolling Stone, back when it was great and would actually feel excited when each new issue arrived.

I used to subscribe to it as well.


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