New York, New York: Ecstatic Peace Productions, 1986. #153 of 700. Staplebound in wraps. Unpaginated (33 pp). 4to. (8 ½ x 11 in). Xerox. Minor creasing on bottom left corner, otherwise fine condition. Item #4442
This rock fanzine focuses on the late-80’s punk and new wave scenes with a hefty amount of sarcasm and sardonic humor. “Interviews” with musicians like Steve Albini from Big Black and Thurston Moore from Sonic Youth are less focused on the music than about sex and scene antics. The cover also depicts a singing Madonna and claims that inside there are “uncensored, unusual private pictures” of the pop star, which turn out to be indiscernible, over-exposed images a girl who is probably not Madonna.