The New Issue Of Classic Rock Is Out Now
…And it comes with not one, but TWO free gifts: a 2011 ‘Heavy Metal Cookbook’ Calendar, and a copy of Cheap Trick’s latest amazing CD, aptly titled The Latest. Yes – that’s the FULL album from Rick Nielsen and the boys, worth £6.99!
Elsewhere in the December edition of Classic Rock:
The Who are our cover stars – Live At Leeds caught the band at their live performance peak, says Pete Townshend. He and Roger Daltrey talk exclusively to Classic Rock about the days of Maximum R&B and why “The Who were always a rock band”.
Pantera – Welcome to Hell. Twenty years after its original release, Phil Anselmo, Vinnie Paul and Rex Brown tell the story behind Pantera’s classic, breakthrough album Cowboys From Hell.
Alter Bridge – The band regrouped as Creed. Their singer auditioned for Led Zeppelin and toured with Slash. Crisis? What crisis? They’ve just recorded the best album of their career!
Bruce Springsteen – The making of Born To Run: the album that almost broke him and his band – but instead made them stars.
Buckcherry – Frontman Josh Todd takes us through his days as an addict, the fall and rise of his band, and his love of boxing.
The Move – An everyday story of acid, axes, heavies, blacked-out cars and a 43-year-old political scandal. And some fantastic hits.
New Model Army – It’s 30 years since New Model Army first shook up the music world, and they’ve got no intention of stopping yet.
Faith No More – FNM’s early singer Chuck Mosley singer looks back at the group’s first bona-fide classic, We Care A Lot, and says
why he feels certain versions are a tad “tight-ass”.
Nick Mason – The Pink Floyd drummer reveals a passion for speed and huntin’ and shootin’… and his plan to lead the band.
Classic Rock No.152, with its FREE 2011 ‘Heavy Metal Cookbook’ Calendar and FREE Cheap Trick CD, is on sale now.
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