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Classic Pop Magazine

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Classic Pop is the must-read magazine for anyone passionate about the pop genres that drive modern culture. Celebrate both the new and the old stars of the classic pop music world, with your very own Classic Pop digital magazine.


In each issue, Classic Pop has in-depth exclusive interviews with the world's most significant musicians. It covers key genres from the 70s, 80s and 90s such as new wave, New Romantic, Ska, indie and of course, the megastars of the 90s.


In the comprehensive music review section, you can stay up-to-date on all the latest and new artists that have a touch of retro about them - you’ll always have something fresh to listen to!


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Classic Pop  |  Nov-18  


Issue 46 of Classic Pop magazine is on sale now!

In the latest issue we have an exclusive chat with the new line-up of Spandau Ballet – their first major group interview as they relaunch themselves with new frontman Ross William Wild.

We also have a must-read interview with Vince Clarke and Alison Moyet who look back on their fractious past life in Yazoo. The legends just keep on coming, too, as we speak to Nile Rodgers about his 40 years of classic tracks as a billion-dollar hitmaker and Chic's hotly-anticipated new album, It's About Time.

Elsewhere, we look back at the 80s heyday of Top Of The Pops through the eyes of those who were there – DJ Janice Long and a whole host of TV insiders. Our classic album is the Stone Roses' imperious debut and we also meet Stephen Hague, the producer behind hits by Pet Shop Boys, New Order, Robbie Williams and many more besides.

Need a buyer's guide to Michael Jackson? We look at the King of Pop's complete career in our Lowdown feature.

As we delve into David Bowie's 80s boxset Loving The Alien, Classic Pop catches up with his closest collaborators who tell us how the legend's most divisive decade made him a global star.

New albums from Boy George And Culture Club, Chic, Robyn, and The Prodigy get the once-over alongside reissues including OMD, Bronski Beat, Ultravox, The Police and Massive Attack. We also review Soft Cell's celebratory farewell O2 show plus Kylie Minogue's Golden Tour and more..

Enjoy the issue!

Steve

First launched in October 2012, Classic Pop is a monthly British music magazine, that celebrates the most influential pop music from the 70s, 80s and 90s.


In each issue, Classic Pop dedicates a minimum of five pages to the creation, influence and history of one of the most significant albums from the pop genre. From Duran Duran’s ‘Rio’ to ‘Fantastic’ by Wham! or Primal Scream’s outstanding ‘Screamadelica’, Classic Pop magazine covers all of your favourite pop music classics.


As well as it’s regular monthly editions, Classic Pop has released a number of special one-off issues that celebrate the most influential, classic pop icons such as Michael Jackson, ABBA, Elton John, Prince, Madonna, David Bowie and Paul McCartney.

A Classic Pop digital magazine subscription is a must-have for anyone interested in the 70s, 80s and 90s pop music. Each issue is packed with fantastic features - with your subscription you’ll receive:

  • Access to exclusive A-list artist interviews
  • News on the very latest happenings in music
  • Backstage access to the ‘Classic Album’ feature
  • ‘Godfathers of Pop’ feature
  • ‘The Lowdown’ feature - the comprehensive review of classic bands and artists
  • ‘Pop Art’ feature - a tribute to the best artwork in music
  • Review section that highlights the very best new releases, reissues and vinyl
  • ‘Lost & Found’ section - albums or singles that have seemingly been forgotten

 

 


You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Classic Pop magazine subscription.

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7 Customer Reviews
   A classic Reviewed 30 January 2018
Simply the best on the market
   The mag that pop fans deserve Reviewed 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 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 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 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 Nov-18.

WELCOME TO CLASSIC POP TOP OF THE POPS WAS A VITAL PART OF THE UK’S RICH CULTURAL TAPESTRY FOR MORE THAN 40 YEARS. IT WAS MY FIRST ENTRY POINT TO A WHOLE HOST OF WONDERFUL BANDS AND ARTISTS, AND I SUSPECT FOR THE MA...
OUR CONTRIBUTORS Best known for editing Teletext’s music pages Planet Sound, John Earls has also written about pop for the Sunday People, News Of The World, the Daily Starand the NME. This month, he catches up...
POP UP George – where did your songs go? Unheard George Michael material could yet see the light of day. The late star only released five solo albums, but lifelong friend and occasional songwriting partner D...
1 HIT WONDER No.46 ALL OUT OF LOVE AIR SUPPLY There have probably been thousands of soft-rock songs about pain and loss, and Air Supply’s contribution to this much-maligned genre was an enormous world...
Pop Quiz 1 Fight For Ourselves appears on which Spandau Ballet album? 2 Stone Roses producer John Leckie worked with which Scottish new-wave act 10 years earlier? 3 Yazoo are the secondmost- fa...
GODFATHERS of POP PER GESSLE Per Gessle first tasted fame in Swedish boy band Gyllene Tider, but it was when he teamed up with Marie Fredriksson as the duo Roxette that he came to worldwide prominence wit...
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Classic Pop   |   Nov-18   


Issue 46 of Classic Pop magazine is on sale now!

In the latest issue we have an exclusive chat with the new line-up of Spandau Ballet – their first major group interview as they relaunch themselves with new frontman Ross William Wild.

We also have a must-read interview with Vince Clarke and Alison Moyet who look back on their fractious past life in Yazoo. The legends just keep on coming, too, as we speak to Nile Rodgers about his 40 years of classic tracks as a billion-dollar hitmaker and Chic's hotly-anticipated new album, It's About Time.

Elsewhere, we look back at the 80s heyday of Top Of The Pops through the eyes of those who were there – DJ Janice Long and a whole host of TV insiders. Our classic album is the Stone Roses' imperious debut and we also meet Stephen Hague, the producer behind hits by Pet Shop Boys, New Order, Robbie Williams and many more besides.

Need a buyer's guide to Michael Jackson? We look at the King of Pop's complete career in our Lowdown feature.

As we delve into David Bowie's 80s boxset Loving The Alien, Classic Pop catches up with his closest collaborators who tell us how the legend's most divisive decade made him a global star.

New albums from Boy George And Culture Club, Chic, Robyn, and The Prodigy get the once-over alongside reissues including OMD, Bronski Beat, Ultravox, The Police and Massive Attack. We also review Soft Cell's celebratory farewell O2 show plus Kylie Minogue's Golden Tour and more..

Enjoy the issue!

Steve
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