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Sixteen Again No. 2

One of the most interesting 'zines I've read. Virtually everything makes one (la-di-da) think. Stunning editorial. Issue 2 was free and worth every penny... Interviews with bands who care - The Innocent & The Contempt - the former particularly good. Lots of poetry and an interesting "D.I.Y. Music" feature. Issue 3 will be 10p.

- Paul Rance, Peace & Freedom, No. 1, January 1985

Sixteen Again No. 3

Great Restarts interview with marathon man Paul. He avoids the obvious answers, helped by the fact that the questions are apart from the usual cliched stuff. Strong writing from Sarah and a moving piece by Corny. The poetry is, generally, high-class stuff, certainly pulls no punches - Alan Cornelius' work featured. Very good record reviews - a reviewer who can actually review something without being destructive. Gig review, lyrics from Innocent... music biz spiel.

- Paul Rance, Peace & Freedom, No. 2, Summer 1985

Sixteen Again No. 4

Massive Primal Thrash i/view - could become a serial. Innocent (the band) also featured. Interesting prose and a poem 'Ascent On The Dole' by Topper - anyone's who's ever been a UB40 will relate totally. Reviews and 'Battery Farming' article by Alan Cornelius.

- Paul Rance, Peace & Freedom, No. 3, January 1986



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