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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.

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On line.

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

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

@Maturin1919

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

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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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