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Morrissey interview from NME's one-off “Undress” fashion supplement, 1984.

May 24, 2013 by thischarmlessgirl

Morrissey interview from NME's one-off “Undress” fashion supplement, 1984.

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Johnny Marr’s “Silly Star File” from Jackie magazine, 6th October, 1984.

April 21, 2013 by thischarmlessgirl

Johnny Marr’s “Silly Star File” from Jackie magazine, 6th October, 1984.

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Short Johnny Marr interview about The Smiths, to coincide with the release of ‘The Sound of The Smiths’, from Hot Press, November 2008.

April 21, 2013 by thischarmlessgirl

Short Johnny Marr interview about The Smiths, to coincide with the release of ‘The Sound of The Smiths’, from Hot Press, November 2008.

April 21, 2013 by thischarmlessgirl

Johnny Marr provides the afterword for Mojo’s ‘80 from the 80s’ supplementary magazine.

[Interviews] Sounds, 18 June 1988

March 20, 2013 by thischarmlessgirl

Apologies for the quality of the newsprint…seems to be a fault with this particular issue, since neither of my two copies are any better than the other!

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Short interview with Sandie Shaw about her collaboration with The Smiths, plus lyrics to “Hand in glove”, from No. 1, 5th May 1984.

March 20, 2013 by thischarmlessgirl

Short interview with Sandie Shaw about her collaboration with The Smiths, plus lyrics to “Hand in glove”, from No. 1, 5th May 1984.

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Published 30 years ago this month, it’s believed that this was The Smiths’ first ever magazine interview - in fact, so early was it conducted that Andy Rourke hadn’t even joined the band yet (Dale Hibbert - “D” in the interview - was on bass at this point in time), and Morrissey was still known as Steven (“S”).

February 16, 2013 by thischarmlessgirl

Published 30 years ago this month, it’s believed that this was The Smiths’ first ever magazine interview - in fact, so early was it conducted that Andy Rourke hadn’t even joined the band yet (Dale Hibbert - “D” in the interview - was on bass at this point in time), and Morrissey was still known as Steven (“S”).