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Barbies Dead issue 34 cover - click to enlargeIssue 34 of the fab DIY fanzine 'Barbies Dead' is out now.
This is an 'old style' cut and paste zine with only a 50p cover price for 18 pages of punk mayhem and opinion.
'Barbies Dead' fanzine has now been running for years, and maintains the chaotic haphazard style that featured in many a punk fanzine circa 1976-85. In the clean-cut world of web-design where a lot of old fanzine editors now take refuge, it is refreshing to see this old format survive into the 21st century. Alex (Mike Alexander) has been slowly reviewing the Subs discography in each issue, along with his articles on some of his favourite things, ranging from punk, music, other zines and also cycling. Includes loads of the usual zine, CD and record reviews, and the always enjoyable guest writer recalling their first gig! Of interest to Subs fans in this issue is a review of 'XXIV' as well as the 'Original Punks Original Hits' CD, along with recollections of the Subs playing the Rock Garden, Middlesbrough in 1979. Give yourself a treat, and something different to peruse - this zine is always fun to read, and a bargain to boot! COVER PRICE - ONLY 50 pence - (send three first class stamps to:)
Alex, Woodhouse, The Square, Gunnislake, Cornwall, PL18 9BW or e-mail Alex for further details at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Back issues are also available!