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Classic Pop Magazine

(7 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Classic Pop is the magazine for all lovers of great pop music. If you grew up to the explosion of New Wave sounds in the late-70s to mid-80s with the excitement of synth-pop, New Romantic, ska and indie-pop casting away the turgid rock stereotypes -

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Classic Pop  |  Sep-18  


Issue 44 of Classic Pop magazine is on sale now!

In the latest issue we speak to Soft Cell's Marc Almond and Dave Ball as they prepare for their farewell gig at the O2 in London and release a career-spanning boxset, Keychains & Snowstorms. We also take a look at their Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret LP in our Classic Album feature.

Elsewhere, we have an exclusive interview with the world's biggest record producer, Mark Ronson, catch up with The Proclaimers who return with their politicised new album Angry Cyclist and talk to Level 42's Mark King about his life in pop's funkiest band.

This month, we look back on the glory days of house music and Toyah tells us how she brought the punk aesthetic to the pop world.

For boombox fans, we take an in-depth look at why cassettes are making a return and we also serve up a buyer's guide to the wonderful Luther Vandross.

Our packed reviews section features new albums from Prince, Paul Weller, Lenny Kravitz, Paul Simon and many more while the reissues section includes Pet Shop Boys, the latest David Bowie boxset and Curiosity Killed The Cat.

On the gig front, we head to Hyde Park for The Cure's only European show of the year, delve into the latest Let's Rock festival in Shrewsbury and check out gigs by Nick Heyward, Del Amitri and others.

Enjoy the issue!
Classic Pop is the magazine for all lovers of great pop music. If you grew up to the explosion of New Wave sounds in the late-70s to mid-80s with the excitement of synth-pop, New Romantic, ska and indie-pop casting away the turgid rock stereotypes - Classic Pop is the magazine for you.
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   A classic Reviewed Tuesday, 30 January 2018
Simply the best on the market
   The mag that pop fans deserve Reviewed Saturday, 21 January 2017
About time - a mag for great pop music that treats us like grown-ups. Brilliant. Loads in there from bands like Depeche Mode, Human League, The Smiths and 90s stuff too.
   Stunning tribute to George Reviewed Saturday, 21 January 2017
Wow. Just opened my new issue of Classic Pop and there's so much inside. I'm a lifelong George Michael and Wham! fan so I was blown away by the features devoted to George. Solo stuff, Wham! stuff - all the albums, singles and videos. So much better than the other mags out there.
   Love this mag!! Lots of my favourite artists Reviewed Saturday, 21 January 2017
I'm a subscriber to the digital edition of Classic Pop and absolutely LOVE it. Loads of great interviews with my favourite bands. The reviews section has tonnes in it as well. Can't fault it and look forward to the next one coming out...
   Amazing George Michael tribute Reviewed Saturday, 21 January 2017
Just picked up my latest issue and the George Michael tribute is superb. Almost a third of the magazine devoted to George this time - better than any of the other titles out there. Well done Classic Pop!! :)

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Classic Pop Sep-18.

WELCOME TO CLASSIC POP ”I WANTED OUR FIRST TOP OF THE POPS APPEARANCE TO HAVE AN IMPACT THE WAY BOWIE’S HAD.” SO SAYS MARC ALMOND, AND WITH SOFT CELL’S DEBUT PERFORMANCE OF TAINTED LOVE ON THE TV INSTITUTION, WE CAN SAFELY ...
POP UP NOW THAT’S WHAT WE CALL LONGEVITY The 100th edition of Now That’s What I Call Music! enjoyed bumper sales on its release in July, with 176,000 copies sold during its first week alone...
1 HIT WONDER No.44 GIRLFRIEND PEBBLES Pebbles has had six real surnames in her eventful life, so probably one of the more astute things she ever did was giving herself an easily recognisable pseudonym when ...
Pop Quiz 1 Which Britney Spears song did Mark Ronson cover on his Version album in 2007? 2 Which act has just released Let Somebody Love You, their first single in nearly two decades? 3 Luther Vandross teamed...
LOST & FOUND No.44 SEDUCED AND ABANDONED HUE & CRY Labour Of Love was a superb pop single, throwing brothers Pat and Greg Kane towards a superstardom that never quite happened, but the debut album ...
THE PRODUCERS BEHIND THE MUSIC MARK RONSON Super-producer, DJ, pop star and all-round tastemaker, Mark Ronson has sprinkled fairy dust over some of the biggest hits of the 21st century. He created one ...
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Classic Pop   |   Sep-18   


Issue 44 of Classic Pop magazine is on sale now!

In the latest issue we speak to Soft Cell's Marc Almond and Dave Ball as they prepare for their farewell gig at the O2 in London and release a career-spanning boxset, Keychains & Snowstorms. We also take a look at their Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret LP in our Classic Album feature.

Elsewhere, we have an exclusive interview with the world's biggest record producer, Mark Ronson, catch up with The Proclaimers who return with their politicised new album Angry Cyclist and talk to Level 42's Mark King about his life in pop's funkiest band.

This month, we look back on the glory days of house music and Toyah tells us how she brought the punk aesthetic to the pop world.

For boombox fans, we take an in-depth look at why cassettes are making a return and we also serve up a buyer's guide to the wonderful Luther Vandross.

Our packed reviews section features new albums from Prince, Paul Weller, Lenny Kravitz, Paul Simon and many more while the reissues section includes Pet Shop Boys, the latest David Bowie boxset and Curiosity Killed The Cat.

On the gig front, we head to Hyde Park for The Cure's only European show of the year, delve into the latest Let's Rock festival in Shrewsbury and check out gigs by Nick Heyward, Del Amitri and others.

Enjoy the issue!
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Classic Pop magazine print subscription.
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