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Pig Paper #09, Aug 1978: Interviews with John Lydon, Generation X and many more.

Interviews with John Lydon and Generation X, articles on Suicide, Buddy Holly, and Destroy All Monsters, “Pig Toronto Punk Discography,” Bill McAvory on the Ugly Ducklings, Edgar Breau plays “Blindate,” plus record reviews of David Johansen, Wild Man Fischer, Blondie, Mink DeVille, the Paley Brothers, Tom Petty, the Romantics, Television, Soft Boys, Ringo Starr, Ian Dury, and many more.

QUICK HINT ON VIEWING PAGES:  If the print is too small to read – and this applies to any site – for Windows users you can easily zoom in by holding down your <CTRL> (control) key and spinning your mouse wheel.  Spinning up zooms in, and spinning down zooms out.  <CTRL+> and <CTRL-> also have the same effect if you are using a touch pad and no wheel ability.  I have not tried on Mac or Linux, but would assume the same applies (Mac, of course, is a Command key rather than Control).

Additionally, clicking on any of the pages will bring it up solo in a new tab.

Click here to go to the Gary Pig Gold website



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Source: Internet Archive

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