揟he children of the night, what sweet music they make,?Count Dracula.
Following recent acclaimed issues dedicated to Glam (Def Leppard抯 Joe
Elliott bought five copies!) and Gods Of Rock, join us now as we sharpen a
stake and wreath ourselves in garlic for a journey into the dark velvet
world of the ?0s Goth movement. Charting the careers of The Cure , Siouxsie
& The Banshees, Joy Division, The Sisters Of Mercy, The Mission, Bauhaus,
Southern Death Cult, Nick Cave and their brooding ilk, NME Originals: Goth
reprints for the first time since their original publication, interviews
with Robert Smith, Ian Curtis, Siouxsie Sioux, Peter Murphy and Carl from
the Nephilim. NME Originals: Goth also offers a dark orgy of rare photos
from the Batcave, eyewitness reviews of all the greatest Goth gatherings
and ?0s writer reactions to such Halloween classics as 态ela Lugosi抯 Dead?
慠elease The Bats?and 慏awnrazor?
Following acclaimed volumes celebrating Glam and Goth, NME Originals
proudly presents The ?0s, an A-Z of The New Romantics. Lavishly produced in
all new glossy glory, this 148 page magazine reprints articles and reviews
from the NME and Melody Maker archives dedicated to the nightclubbing
escapades of the early ?0s when Spandau Ballet and Duran Duran ruled the
world and blokes were proud to wear blouses.
Featuring the dandy chart pirates Adam And The Ants, gender bending giants
Culture Club and Grace Jones, saucy lads like Frankie Goes To Hollywood,
Soft Cell, Japan and Prince, the go-getting genius of Madonna, the sheer
chart bliss of Human League and Depeche Mode and the very weird and
wonderful Michael Jackson, Tears For Fears, Dexy抯 and Kraftwerk, NME
Originals: 80s also features original reviews of the 80 greatest new
romantic anthems of the 80s.
Hard on the Cuban heels of acclaimed issues celebrating the New Romantics
of the 1980s and the gods of Glam, NME Originals proudly presents MOD, a
148-page magazine dedicated entirely to the snappiest sartorial scene in
the entire history of pop. Spanning five decades and 40 years, NME
ORIGINALS: MOD features THE WHO, SMALL FACES, SPENCER DAVIS GROUP and all
the other major ?0s luminaries as well as documenting their influence on
their heirs to the bouffant and blazer, THE JAM, LAMBRETTAS, CHORDS, SECRET
As hardly a successful scene has thrived in the UK untouched by the hand of
Mod, discerning readers can also expect to encounter BLUR, OASIS and OCEAN
COLOUR SCENE as we take that Bank Holiday scooter run with all the acest of
Following recently published acclaimed editions dedicated to The Beatles' solo careers and the Mod movement, NME Originals proudly presents Bob Dylan And The Folk Rock Boom 1964-1974. Featuring rare interviews, reviews, news articles and photographs from the archives of NME, Melody Maker and Disc Weekly, Folk Rock tells the story of how the mysterious young Bob Dylan sparked the 60s vogue for protest songs and how his influence launched the careers of Donovan, The Byrds, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, The Band, Nick Drake, Cat Stevens, Fairport Convention, Leonard Cohen, Gram Parsons, Van Morrison and a whole generation of singer songwriters and roots-focussed bands.