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Details Of New Issue Of Paul Weller Magazine "All Mod Icon!"


Pre-Order the Limited Edition Paul Weller 50th edition of All Mod Icon!

I have begun taking pre-orders for the strictly limited edition A5 48 page full colour glossy issue of the magazine to commemorate Paul Weller's 50th year. The magazine is litho printed throughout on 130 gms gloss paper. Features include an exclusive interview with Paul by John Reed (Author of My Ever Changing Moods) and articles by John Reed on 'Confessions Of A Pop Group' (initially commissioned and unused by Uncut magazine) and the Weller At The BBC box set, an overview of Paul's career with contributions by Joel Stoker (The Rifles) Johnny Clarke (Dogs) Carleen Anderson, Steve White, Simon Donald & Gabrielle. The magazine is beautifully designed with photographs (some previously unseen) by Lawrence Watson & Stefan Duerr. I am taking orders worldwide. All pre-ordered magazines will be sent out on Nov 1st. To pre-order your copy visit: www.myspace.com/allmodicon
"All Mod Icon is as stylish as the man himself: well written, immaculately designed and always engaging. The essential read for any discerning Weller fan" John Reed (Author of ‘My Ever Changing Moods’)

Drew Hipson, Editor, All Mod Icon Magazine
allmodicon@hotmail.com

"All Mod Icon is as stylish as the man himself: well written, immaculately designed and always engaging. The essential read for any discerning Weller fan" John Reed (Author of ‘My Ever Changing Moods’)

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