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Magazine

Magazine was formed by Howard Devoto after he left Buzzcocks in 1976. In April 1977 he met guitarist John McGeochand they began writing songs which would become the first Magazine material. They recruited Barry Adamson, BobDickinson and Martin Jackson to form the first lineup of the band, which signed to Virgin Records. Bob Dickinson leftshortly after the release of the band's first single "Shot by Both Sides" and was replaced by Dave Formula. Magazine's music had an incalculable impact on post-punk music of the late 1970s and early 1980s and continues to bean influence in modern mu ...read more

Magazine was formed by Howard Devoto after he left Buzzcocks in 1976. In April 1977 he met guitarist John McGeochand they began writing songs which would become the first Magazine material. They recruited Barry Adamson, BobDickinson and Martin Jackson to form the first lineup of the band, which signed to Virgin Records. Bob Dickinson leftshortly after the release of the band's first single "Shot by Both Sides" and was replaced by Dave Formula. Magazine's music had an incalculable impact on post-punk music of the late 1970s and early 1980s and continues to bean influence in modern music today. Radiohead in particular draws on the lyrical style of the group, and former Smiths'singer Morrissey covered "A Song From Under The Floorboards" during his 2006 world tour, and released it as a B-side onsome versions of the single for "The Youngest Was the Most Loved". Sources include:wikipedia « hide

Similar Bands: Buzzcocks, The Comsat Angels, David Bowie, Public Image Ltd., Wire

LPs
No Thyself
2011

3.3
8 Votes
Magic, Murder And The Weather
1981

2.3
17 Votes
The Correct Use Of Soap
1980

3.8
47 Votes
Secondhand Daylight
1979

4
52 Votes
Real Life
1978

4.1
166 Votes
Live Albums
Play
1980

3.3
8 Votes
Compilations
The Complete John Peel Sessions
2008

2
1 Votes
Where the Power Is
2000

3.5
4 Votes

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