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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Long Live Vinyl is the brand new magazine dedicated to collecting, enjoying and loving vinyl. The format has seen a huge resurgence in recent years and Long Live Vinyl is the only monthly title that meets musicians, collectors and famous vinyl fans to discuss their passion for owning records. Long Live Vinyl is the perfect showcase for the best new and re-releases giving a broad canvas to highlight artwork and extras.

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Long Live Vinyl  |  Aug-18  


The Godfather, Super Fly, Blade Runner, Purple Rain, Clockwork Orange, The Graduate, The Wicker Man, Pulp Fiction, Help!… In issue 17 of Long Live Vinyl we salute soundtracks, round up 50 of the greatest film classics ever committed to vinyl and talk to the good people at Invada Records, who brought us the Stranger Things and Drive soundtracks.

Elsewhere this issue, in our packed interviews section we speak to Creation Records founder Alan McGee about the albums that shaped his incredible career in vinyl, working with an astonishing array of bands that included Ride, My Bloody Valentine, Primal Scream, Oasis and The Libertines. Ash frontman Tim Wheeler reflects on travelling the world to write the band's best new album in years, Islands, and Gruff Rhys tells us about his own new record Babelsberg. The ever-outspoken John Lydon completes our artist line-up, telling us why he's happier in Public Image Ltd than he ever was in the Sex Pistols.

You'll also want to dig into our feature on Grime, arguably the most exciting and fresh musical movement to emerge from British shores since Lydon's punks shook up the 70s. The Trip pays a long-overdue visit to the record shops of Birmingham, while we wish Kate Bush a happy 60th birthday as our Classic Album series turns the spotlight on her 1985 masterpiece, Hounds Of Love. The Who fans, meanwhile, are in for a treat as our Essential feature rounds up the 40 records by Townshend, Daltrey, Moon and Entwistle that every collector should own.

We meet the people behind Hypergallery, visit Newport's Diverse Vinyl and, if all that's not enough, you'll find the widest range of new release, reissue, turntable and accessory reviews anywhere on the newsstand, plus essential hi-fi buying advice.

Long Live Vinyl is THE magazine for vinyl lovers!

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Long Live Vinyl is a brand new magazine for vinyl collectors and enthusiasts from the makers of Classic Pop, Vintage Rock, Country Music, MusicTech and Guitar & Bass. The first issue has an incredible line up of features including a run down of the most valuable vinyl, a collecting guide to David Bowie and a feature on a Prince super-fan, Stephen Shipperlee. We also immerse ourselves in the extraordinary cover art of the legendary Roger Dean, an artist responsible for some of the most iconic album covers from the last four decades. We visit the home of electronica DJ and vinyl collector Steve Davis (who also happens to be a six-times word snooker champion) to discover more about his eclectic tastes and his new life as a festival DJ. Finally we have news and reviews of the latest vinyl music releases, turntables and accessories.
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Long Live Vinyl Aug-18.

Welcome… The list of 2017’s bestselling albums on vinyl included two soundtracks – Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 and La La Land. While mass popularity is not always an accurate barometer ...
The Long Live Vinyl team pick their favourite soundtracks… THE TEAM Gary Walker Super Fly Curtis Mayfield Owen Bailey Blade Runner Vangelis Jonny Highett The Virgin Suicides Air ...
VINYL’S 50 GREATEST SOUNDTRACKS A soundtrack is much more than just a collection of songs. The great ones are woven into the DNA of the film itself, heightening the cinema experience; and when the movie is over, they stand out as an...
INVADA RECORDS South Bristol’s Invada Records is the label and recording studio founded by Geoff Barrow of Portishead. A hard-working operation concerned only with the music, Invada is at the heart of the film-score...
THE WHO They probably could have been more prolific, they probably should have enjoyed more chart success. But no matter – as Sean Egan demonstrates in this rundown of rarities and must-have vinyl, The Who’s ...
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Long Live Vinyl   |   Aug-18   


The Godfather, Super Fly, Blade Runner, Purple Rain, Clockwork Orange, The Graduate, The Wicker Man, Pulp Fiction, Help!… In issue 17 of Long Live Vinyl we salute soundtracks, round up 50 of the greatest film classics ever committed to vinyl and talk to the good people at Invada Records, who brought us the Stranger Things and Drive soundtracks.

Elsewhere this issue, in our packed interviews section we speak to Creation Records founder Alan McGee about the albums that shaped his incredible career in vinyl, working with an astonishing array of bands that included Ride, My Bloody Valentine, Primal Scream, Oasis and The Libertines. Ash frontman Tim Wheeler reflects on travelling the world to write the band's best new album in years, Islands, and Gruff Rhys tells us about his own new record Babelsberg. The ever-outspoken John Lydon completes our artist line-up, telling us why he's happier in Public Image Ltd than he ever was in the Sex Pistols.

You'll also want to dig into our feature on Grime, arguably the most exciting and fresh musical movement to emerge from British shores since Lydon's punks shook up the 70s. The Trip pays a long-overdue visit to the record shops of Birmingham, while we wish Kate Bush a happy 60th birthday as our Classic Album series turns the spotlight on her 1985 masterpiece, Hounds Of Love. The Who fans, meanwhile, are in for a treat as our Essential feature rounds up the 40 records by Townshend, Daltrey, Moon and Entwistle that every collector should own.

We meet the people behind Hypergallery, visit Newport's Diverse Vinyl and, if all that's not enough, you'll find the widest range of new release, reissue, turntable and accessory reviews anywhere on the newsstand, plus essential hi-fi buying advice.

Long Live Vinyl is THE magazine for vinyl lovers!

Enjoy the issue.
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  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Long Live Vinyl magazine print subscription.
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