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The Classic Rock one looks interesting. Have to look out for that. I wish I knew about the Kerrang one. I haven't bought a Kerrang issue in YEARS.

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The January issues you can't get on the newsstands anymore - at least where I am.

I thought I'd open the thread with everything published since the start of the New Year.

Each is still available as a back issue thru their respective websites. Anticipate several

new issues available on newstands in the next few months.

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I thought I'd open the thread with everything published since the start of the New Year.

Each is still available as a back issue thru their respective websites. Anticipate several

new issues available on newstands in the next few months.

I have not seen the Jan' Uncut issue yet....I am under the impression that it is still coming, perhaps little late release in Canada/U.S.?

Thank you for the update on all the releases....I will see what I can dig....

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I have not seen the Jan' Uncut issue yet....I am under the impression that it is still coming, perhaps little late release in Canada/U.S.?

Thank you for the update on all the releases....I will see what I can dig....

Uncut was in the States. You should be able to get January's on Ebay now. The Feburary one is Leonard Cohn and March is Neil Young.

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You truly are the Sorcerer's Apprentice.Long live your apprentriceship.I'm consuming a hardy toast in your honor Mr.Jones.

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Uncut was in the States. You should be able to get January's on Ebay now. The Feburary one is Leonard Cohn and March is Neil Young.

Thank you AEN27 for your prompt reply...I sure will....

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You truly are the Sorcerer's Apprentice. Long live your apprentriceship. I'm consuming a hardy toast in your honor Mr.Jones.

I sincerely hope we get a terrific Page/Beck/Clapton cover story to read this summer!

Cheers! :beer:

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I have not seen the Jan' Uncut issue yet....I am under the impression that it is still coming, perhaps little late release in Canada/U.S.?

Thank you for the update on all the releases....I will see what I can dig....

I don't know about Canada but in the US, overseas magazines are usually 3 weeks to a month behind their release date.

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I hate to complain but I think it's starting to be Led Zep overkill with all these magazines lately. We all know why too. Led Zeppelin sells. It's great seeing our band gets it due but almost every classic rock magazine has Zeppelin on the cover almost every other month. I try to collect all this stuff but it's starting to be like thirty bucks or more a month since these magazines are like ten bucks a pop (or more due to most come with a cd or dvd). I guess it being the 40th anniversary that it's an easy excuse to cover them again. I'll admit it though, I'm a sucker for any article that has new photos or info I haven't seen or read before. :D

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I hate to complain but I think it's starting to be Led Zep overkill with all these magazines lately. We all know why too. Led Zeppelin sells. It's great seeing our band gets it due but almost every classic rock magazine has Zeppelin on the cover almost every other month. I try to collect all this stuff but it's starting to be like thirty bucks or more a month since these magazines are like ten bucks a pop (or more due to most come with a cd or dvd). I guess it being the 40th anniversary that it's an easy excuse to cover them again. I'll admit it though, I'm a sucker for any article that has new photos or info I haven't seen or read before. :D

If I can skim through the issue first, I try to do that to see if there's some interesting or new stuff to read. It's expensive to get the overseas mags here. They tend to run at least 10 dollars a pop. I like to collect stuff too but as you said, it can get costly.

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I guess it being the 40th anniversary that it's an easy excuse to cover them again. I'll admit it though, I'm a sucker for any article that has new photos or info I haven't seen or read before. :D

Your exactly right, the band's 40th anniversary is generating most of the more recent coverage. However, with Jimmy and JPJ headed for the states next month and a new

album in the works from Robert & Alison there's bound to be new topics of discussion.

Regardless, if they make the cover I buy it! I've documented over 1,250 cover stories

going all the way back to the session days, which may not seem like many until one tries to collect a copy of each one. I'm just a little over half-way there. :)

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I am seriously considering the Sonic Boom book - first in a series of three! Has anyone here read it yet?

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I don't know about Canada but in the US, overseas magazines are usually 3 weeks to a month behind their release date.

...Tks.Nine,

Someone earlier on this board informed me the same, that the magazines are behind in Canada (couple of months at least) I must go to CHAPTERS in the next few days for update...

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...Tks.Nine,

Someone earlier on this board informed me the same, that the magazines are behind in Canada (couple of months at least) I must go to CHAPTERS in the next few days for update...

Oops - missed that! Good luck - hope you find them :D

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