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Feature | Making Music, Aug 1987

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Music Review | Making Music, Nov 1987

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Music Review | Making Music, Dec 1987

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Music Review | Making Music, Sep 1987

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Music Review | Making Music, Oct 1987

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Music Review | Making Music, Jun 1986

Peter Gabriel, The Ramones, Philip Glass, That Petrol Emotion, and old-time Velvet Underground.

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Music Review | Making Music, Jul 1986

New music from Eurythmics, David Lee Roth, Queen, Genesis, ELP, and old-time Beatles.

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Music Review | Making Music, May 1986

Siouxsie and the Banshees, Van Halen, Cocteau Twins and some of last month's better albums, reviewed musician-wise.

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Music Review | Making Music, Jan 1987

Duran Duran, The Damned, Heaven 17 and a special interview with Frank Zappa.

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Feature | Topic: Tuition / Technique, Music Theory | Making Music, Aug 1986
Two-Chord Songs

Just two, yup. Everyone from the Who to Duran Duran has used the trick. Now you can.

 

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