Issue 27 of Long Live Vinyl is now on sale! In our cover story, we look back at The Stone Roses’ classic 1989 debut album 30 years on from its release. Producer John Leckie takes us inside the making of the record and Peter Hook reveals how he would have made it sound even better.
We also count down the 60 greatest debut albums of all time, from Are You Experienced to Unknown Pleasures. Elsewhere, the irrepressible Bobby Gillespie guides us through Primal Scream’s new best-of collection, Maximum Rock ‘N’ Roll and Kevin Morby explains why a concept album about religion might be the best record he’s ever made. Plus we meet the outrageously talented Aldous Harding to hear about joyful new LP Designer. Click here to get your copy delivered to your door!
We also profile the legendary Stiff Records and take an in-depth look at The Cure’s Disintegration and look back at the career of legendary photographer Norman Seeff. If that’s not enough, we bring you the widest range of new album, reissue, turntable and accessory reviews anywhere on the newsstand.
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