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HEAVEN IS A PLACE NEXT DOOR

Barry West

Following three decades of marital bliss, Belinda Carlisle believes she has discovered the secret to a happy marriage. After playing Newcastle Pride the Go-Go’s star explained, “We do have time apart, and I think that helps, and actually if you can have separate bedrooms I think that’s a really good thing too. Everybody needs their own space. I have to travel and he does too, so there’s time apart, but I think it’s good not to be together 24/7.” Time has been kind to Belinda, but she does struggle with her memory: “There are so many songs I don’t remember,” she joked. “There are songs that I don’t even know I ever did. I’ve been doing this for 40 years, so there are a lot of things that I do remember and a lot of things I don’t.”

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The results are in! The latest issue features the Classic Pop 'Top 100 Albums of the Eighties' - as decided by our readers - including the classics of the decade, some cult favourites and a few wildcards to boot. PLUS! We give the Classic Pop verdict on David Bowie's new album 'Blackstar'… Elsewhere in the issue we investigate the classic pop of Christmas, delve into Sparks' weird and wonderful back catalogue, survey Simple Mind's classic album 'Once Upon A Time' and take a closer look at the leftfield sleeve art of John Foxx. Interviews include Visage's Steve Barnacle, Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook of Squeeze, Susanna Hoffs, McAlmont & Butler and modern synthpop duo Hurts.