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Raised in an an­ar­chosyn­di­cal­ist com­mune, Alex is seen here play­ing a cover of Na­palm Death’s Multi­na­tional

Cor­po­ra­tions with late-80s hard­core punks Mil­lions Of Thatcher’s Vic­tims. He later aban­doned a po­ten­tially il­lus­tri­ous drum­ming ca­reer to be­come a writer. This is­sue he spoke to Blondie’s Chris Stein (p66) and wrote the Bob Mould Buyer’s Guide (p92).


Henry is a busy man who has writ­ten for NME, Gui­tarist, To­tal Gui­tar, Metal Ham­mer, Rhythm, Coun­try Mu­sic, Shortlist and the Tele­graph, and wrote Wal­ter Trout’s of­fi­cial bi­og­ra­phy, Res­cued From Re­al­ity. This month he in­ter­views Brian May about the rocky road to the re­lease of the new Queen film (p44). For more visit www.yates cre­ative­copy­writ­


Paul El­liott first wrote about Jour­ney in 1986 with a fives­tar re­view of the clas­sic Raised On Radio al­bum in Sounds. Thirty-two years later, he fi­nally in­ter­viewed Steve Perry, the band’s for­mer singer, for this month’s is­sue of Clas­sic Rock (p52). “It was emo­tional,” Paul said. His wife added: “I al­ways knew there were three of us in this re­la­tion­ship.”

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