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Review Of All Mod Icon 50th Issue From Record Collector!

Released late last year the fantastic 50th issue of the definitive Paul Weller fanzine has just garnered a stellar little review from Record Collector.

"Fifty glossy colour A5 pages celebrating 50 years of the mod icon, assesing his legacy to date, with plenty of pristine pics and sleek text. There are interviews with the likes of Steve White & Gary Crowley, a focus on Wild Wood, Confessions Of A Pop Group and Our Favourite Shop, plus the low- down on 22 Dreams, including exclusive Weller chat. RC contributor John Reed contributes, unpublished photos are documented and the Beeb is revisited, all in fine style."


If you've not gotten yours yet, here's all the info to score a copy. Don't miss it as it's limited edition and destined to become a collector's item.

ORDER THE FANTASTIC FULL COLOUR 48 PAGE GLOSSY LIMITED EDITION OF ALL MOD ICON. ALL MAGAZINES ARE READY TO BE DISPATCHED & WILL BE MAILED OUT IN A JIFFY BAG. ORDER VIA PAYPAL BY MAKING THE RELEVANT PAYMENT TO allmodicon@hotmail.com
UK - £4.99 + £1.00 p&p = £5.99
Europe - £4.99 + £1.50 p&p = £6.49
Rest Of World £4.99 + ££2.00 p&p = £6.99
For more info email the Editor - Drew Hipson: allmodicon@hotmail.com



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