Issue 33 of Classic Pop magazine is on sale now!

Available from WH Smith, Tesco, Waitrose, independent newsagents and Eason, In Issue 33, the cover feature looks at the rise, fall and rebirth of disco and includes interviews with Sister Sledge, KC and the Sunshine Band, Rose Royce and Tavares. As an added bonus, we also have an exclusive extract from a new book about the Bee Gees which lifts the lid on how they made their Saturday Night Fever soundtrack LP.

It’s 30 years since Pet Shop Boys released Actually and we pay tribute to one of the best long-players of the decade (and beyond) in our in-depth Classic Album feature which also includes a chat with its producer Julian Mendelsohn.

Blancmange, Hurts, Belinda Carlisle and The Killers head our new album reviews while our reissues section includes The Smiths, The Jam, Spandau Ballet, China Crisis and many more.

We put the complete career of synth legend Gary Numan under the spotlight in our Lowdown feature and devote our Pop Art section to the amazing Grace Jones.

Classic Pop catches up with The Fizz (formerly Bucks Fizz) who are back with their first studio album in 31 years and we also meet Thomas Dolby who tells us about his remarkable life both in and out of music, including his time spent working in Silicon Valley.

Also, The Waterboys’ Mike Scott talks us through the band’s superb new album and The Verve’s Nick McCabe spills the beans on the recording of Urban Hymns, which is now celebrating its 20th anniversary.

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Steve Harnell
Classic Pop










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