“This issue was to have a Morrissey interview, but Morrissey backed out at the last minutes. Printed instead is “Headful Of Heroes”, lists written down by Morrissey. Photos on cover and inside by Kevin Cummins. Issue includes a poster of Morrissey bare chested”
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“Morrissey interview by James Brown printed over three issues. Cover photo by Lawrence Watson of Morrissey drinking Ecover washing liquid on issue with part one: “Morrissey Comes Clean / Playboy Of The Month”. Topics: “…Famous International Playboys”, fans, Wolverhampton concert, the Smiths split, crime, relationships, being a sex symbol, sexuality, his ‘children’, England, touring, friends, world stardom, television, films and camp.”
James Brown gives a positive review of the live album Rank
Danny Kelly has nothing but complaints for Louder Than Bombs and single reissues
Two articles (NME, Record Mirror) detailing Morrissey’s cameo on the Brookside spin off South. (Includes video link to the cameo)
“Morrissey interview by Len Brown: “Morrissey Gets It Off His Chest” / “Born To Be Wilde”. Photos by Eammon J. McCabe. Morrissey on cover. Topics: Smiths split, Johnny Marr, the 1985 legal problems with Rough Trade, the current chart thoughts, hip-hop and rap, The Primitives, his acting debut, success, Oscar Wilde, the South Bank Show, old age and politics. The issue also includes news about the new single “Suedehead”.”
Steve Sutherland gives “Strangeways, Here We Come” a negative review.
Len Brown gives a positive review of “Strangeways, Here We Come”
A negative review of “I Started Something I Couldn’t Finish”
A positive review of “Girlfriend In A Coma”