Having temporary access to a big scanner also meant I could finally scan this magazine, of which I will be posting all 12 issues as of now. Printed on newspaper. The first issue has pieces on Three Minute Symphony, Test Dept, Coil/Current 93, ethnic and classic music and an interview with Johnny Rotten. Great magazine. In English. October 1984
I almost thought of completing all the Siam newsletters, but after five more I think I wouldn't have a visitor left, although I liked the perverse act of putting on non english magazines for such a long time. Ok, so here's an english one again, and unfortunately the only issue I have of it. I did put black sheets behind it, but it still shines through. Too bad, don't complain ('don't look at my outward shape but take what is my hand'). Its a different scanner, since I went to a friend to scan this (and 13 other A3 magazines, yesterday and today), but the others look better. This magazine was made by Alain Demeure from Belgium and contains just reviews of cassettes. I scanned them in the order which the magazine had. From 1984. I really wished I had other copies too!
This is the little brother of No Longer Forgotten Music and its aim is to post scans of fanzines out of the musical underground. These posts will be very irregular. The languages will be (probably) English, German and Dutch - languages I can read. Translations will not be provided, so please don't ask.
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Like with No Longer Forgotten Music, I have decided to sell some of the fanzines on this blog. Make me a serious (!) offer for any item you see, in euros, excluding postage and I will consider it. A lot of people ask me for prices, please don't. I have no prices, no list. You ask what you want and offer what you think is fair. DON'T ASK FOR A PRICE LIST. Please send to: <firstname.lastname@example.org>