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Themen | 001/2024 (19.12.2023)
  • "I'VE NEVER COME CLOSE T0 THINKOMG UP WRAPPING UP THE ROLLING STONES" STORY"
    The Stones capped an awesome 2023 for classic rock with the stunning return to form of billionth studio album Hackney Diamonds. Piece of cake, Keith Richards tells us.
  • THE BEST REISSUES OF 2023
    From classics celebrating milestone anniversaries to overlooked gems given a new lease of life, it’s been another excellent year in the re-release department.
  • THE PRETENDERS
    An amazing 2023 for Chrissie Hynde saw her play at Glastonbury with Dave Grohl and Johnny Marr, then the release of the twelfth Pretenders album, the appropriately titled Relentless.
Themen | 002/2024 (19.01.2024)
  • THE BEGINNING OF THE END
    Following its 30th anniversary, we revisit Nirvana’s third and final studio album, In Utero, and the band’s troubled, traumatic final months that surrounded it.
  • THE LONG KISS GOODNIGHT
    It’s been coming for a while, but the final show of the final tour by rock icons Kiss finally arrived. And Classic Rock was there to talk to Gene and Paul about the enormity of it all, wallow in the end-ofan-era atmosphere and, yes, rock and roll all (one final) night.
  • BRUCE DICKINSON
    A “mouthy little fucker” who got kicked out of boarding school, he went on to front the UK’s most successful heavy metal band, fence for his country, hold a commercial pilot’s licence, release solo albums, write novels and screenplays, and more. A full life? Not half.
Themen | 003/2024 (16.02.2024)
  • MICK MARS
    He put together arguably the most hedonistic metal band of their era, but shunned much of their outrageous excess. Now out of Mötley Crüe, he’s starting a solo career. Lived a life? You could say that.
  • POWER PLAY
    When it came to making the follow-up to 1983’s Piece Of Mind album, Iron Maiden knew they needed to come up with something a bit special. That was Powerslave.
  • THIS MORTAL COIL
    Album number eight Be Right Here is a rebirth for the southern country rock family of Blackberry Smoke as they reflect on almost a quarter of a century of keeping their dream alive.
  • TONY CLARKIN
    Dave Ling looks back at the life and music of the Magnum guitarist, songwriter and mainstay of the band across five decades.
Themen | 004/2024 (12.03.2024)
  • The birth of heavy blues
    When Jimi Hendrix arrived in London in 1966 he blew the minds of the British rock elite including Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck. Soon, however, they would follow his lead and develop an explosive new form of electric blues...
  • ZIGGY IN AMERICA
    Just under a year after Ziggy Stardust, Bowie released Aladdin Sane. His last album with the Spiders From Mars, it was a record written on the road, inspired by the USA and steeped in sex, drugs and ruthless ambition.
  • THE BLACK CROWES
    The siblings talk about growing up, breaking out, breaking up, making up, love, hate, the pros and cons of success, Snakes, Money Makers and Harmony, dizzying highs (both kinds), heartbreaking lows, lost friends, recriminations, reunions… music and much more.
Themen | 005/2024 (12.04.2024)
  • DIGGING DEEP
    With Deep Purple’s original plans for their sixth album having literally gone up in smoke, Machine Head was a triumph snatched from the jaws of disaster. Plus: band members and other rock stars talk about their favourite Purple patches.
  • SHERYL CROW
    Artist. Activist. Grammy winner. Superstar. Cancer survivor… As she airs her most socially charged songs yet on twelfth album Evolution, she looks back on the battles, triumphs, hardships, hopes and achievements that mark out her winding road.
  • ON TARGET
    Their debut album Taking On The World was a killer. After that, while circumstances have conspired to see them shoot wide occasionally, Gun’s aim has been true, and with new album Hombres they’ve hit the bullseye again.
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  • The Waterboys
    A song whose key line its writer Mike Scott says “floated into my mind as if by magic”, it’s still The Waterboys’ signature track and a magic moment live, and has inspired many covers.
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  • DIGGING DEEP
    With Deep Purple’s original plans for their sixth album having literally gone up in smoke, Machine Head was a triumph snatched from the jaws of disaster. Plus: band members and other rock stars talk about their favourite Purple patches.
  • SHERYL CROW
    Artist. Activist. Grammy winner. Superstar. Cancer survivor… As she airs her most socially charged songs yet on twelfth album Evolution, she looks back on the battles, triumphs, hardships, hopes and achievements that mark out her winding road.
  • BAD BAYS RUNNING WILD
    With two members “smashed after touring”, in early 1983 the Scorpions‘ career was wobbling. Then the following year’s Love At First Sting album turned them into global superstars.
  • LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL
    Continuing after the death of their frontman was an emotional struggle, but with their first album without him Big Big Train have something he would have been proud of.
  • ON TARGET
    Their debut album Taking On The World was a killer. After that, while circumstances have conspired to see them shoot wide occasionally, Gun’s aim has been true, and with new album Hombres they’ve hit the bullseye again.
  • SONGS IN THE KEY OF LIFE
    Having broken through with 2019’s This Land, with his new album Gary Clark Jr. has thrown off the labels and delivered a musically diverse record while still hitting hard with social commentary.
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  • Pearl Jam
    There’s vim and vigour aplenty from the Seattle survivors on album number 12.
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  • Gary Clark Jr
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  • Liam Gallagher John Squire
    First fruits of the two-man collaboration, and hugely enjoyable.
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    Other new releases out this month.
  • Deep Purple
    Three-CD reissue adds remixes, Montreux and BBC live sets, audio fairy dust and more.
  • Bon Jovi
    (Not so) fab at 40.
  • Manic Street Preachers
    The Manics’ least popular album makes a worthy return.
  • BEST OF THE REST
    Other reissues out this month.
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    From peripatetic youth to art-rock maestro: memoirs of a Mr. Nice Guy.
  • Peter Green
    Unequalled as a British-blues guitarist, singer and songwriter, he left behind a body of work studded with guitar-playing brilliance.
  • Jethro Tull
    The prog veterans play 10 UK shows, with Ian Anderson hitting the rails rather than the road.
  • New Model Army
    The Northern powerhouse play shows in April and May.
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