It used to be laughable but it's got beyond amateur now. Glaring mistakes in every issue. The only reason i still subscribe is that it's only £9.95 every three months so for £3.30 an issue it's tolerable. Recently they've expand their umbrella and now include 70s and 90s. It's literally ten months away from becoming a Poundstretcher Q magazine and blowing smoke up George Ezra's arse....BimboDuncan wrote: ↑Tue 15 May 2018, 2:12 pmAs has been mentioned, the number of schoolboy errors in every issue of Classic Pop mag means that it can't be taken seriously. Any magazine selling itself as 'specialist' really needs to be accurate, when one considers that all the readers are going to know their stuff. I find it really depressing that they're still going.
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