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__________    Issue #1: July 1993 (Grand Rapids Edition). Our very humble beginning! Interviews with The Revolution (later to become Soul Shock Remedy) and Bakers Pink. The Best Unsigned Bands! All editorial content written by publisher Geoff Wilbur. (6 pages)

__________    Issue #2: September 1993 (Lansing Edition). Our first Lansing edition. Interviews with Child's Play, Roger Ballard, and Ghost of an American Airman. The first installment of the "Eat at Joe's" album review column. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #3: Oct.-Dec. 1993 (Grand Rapids Edition). Interviews with Tyketto, the Gary Brinin Band, Lillian Axe, Eleven, Dandelion, and My Sister's Machine. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 24 issues left.

__________    Issue #4: December 1993 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Ricky Byrd, Patti Ross, Wally Pleasant, and The Chance. First issue with content from more than 10 writers. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 8 issues left.

__________    Issue #5: Jan.-Mar. 1994 (Grand Rapids Edition). Interviews with Heyday, Denny Luce, Texas, Soul Shock Remedy, Barkmarket, Nudeswirl, and Five Day Rain. This issue was mistakenly dated Jan.-Mar. 1993 on the cover. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 16 issues left.

__________    Issue #6: March 1994 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with The Pursuit of Happiness, Neal McCoy, The Cranberries, The Verve Pipe, and Truck Stop Love. Review of WVIC's 30th Birthday Bash. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 4 issues left.

__________    Issue #7: Apr.-Jun. 1994 (Grand Rapids Edition). Interviews with Brother Cane, Shawn Camp, Lucy Brown, Fernando Saunders, Chemlab, and 256. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #8: June 1994 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with LeCompt, Allgood, Thunder Road, Groove Spoon, Valentine Smith, and Lansing DJ Tim Barron after his appearance on Babylon 5. Coverage of Undercurrents '94. (8 pages)

SOLD OUT    Issue #9: Jul.-Sep. 1994 (Grand Rapids Edition). Interviews with Great White, Midnite Ryder, Material Issue, Blister Pistons, and All. Coverage of Undercurrents ’94. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #10: August 1994 (Industry Edition). Our first Industry Edition! Interview with Bleeding Hearts. Compilation reviews of Krystal Rose Music's Powerload Rok Sampler and side one of the Detroit Musician's Alliance's United We Jam! plus, of course, demo reviews and live reviews. All editorial content written by publisher Geoff Wilbur. (4 pages)

__________    Issue #11: September 1994 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Marilyn Manson, The Kikker Band, Truffle, and Global Village. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 14 issues left.

__________    Issue #12: Oct.-Dec. 1994 (Grand Rapids Edition) Interviews with New Idol Son, Da Funk Clan, The Carpetbaggers, Carnival Strippers, and Playgrind. Coverage of Lollapalooza '94. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 9 issues left.

__________    Issue #13: November 1994 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Wally Pleasant and the Rob Mathes Band. (4 pages)

__________    Issue #14: December 1994 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Tyketto, Ron Hyden, Sponge, and Rude Agnus. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 3 issues left.

__________    Issue #15: Jan.-Mar. 1995 (Grand Rapids Edition). Interviews with Reigndance, George Ducas, Vambo Marble Eye, The Syrens, and Brother Orchid. The first installment of the "Leadhead's Lounge" album review column. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 13 issues left.

__________    Issue #16: February 1995 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Tiles and Shadowcaste. (4 pages).

__________    Issue #17: March 1995 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Al Lopez, Dink, Steve Kolander, Love Battery, and Glen Related. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 15 issues left.

SOLD OUT    Issue #18: Apr.-Jun. 1994 (Grand Rapids Edition). Interviews with The Age of Electric, Ironhorse, Thirteen, Universal Stomp, and Po’Boy Swing. The first use of a “Leadhead’s Lounge” cartoon logo. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #19: May 1995 (Industry Edition). Interviews with TKO and Kelley Kelley. (4 pages)

__________    Issue #20: June 1995 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with The Verve Pipe, Heyday, and Exile. Coverage of Undercurrents '95. The second "Leadhead's Lounge" cartoon logo. (Issue #18 with first use of a "LL" logo is sold out.) (8 pages)

__________    Issue #21: July-Sept. 1995 (Grand Rapids Edition). Interviews with The Ugly Americans, Solid Ground, Double Rainbow. An article about 256. Coverage of Undercurrents '95. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #22: August 1995 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Zed Bacchus and Battalion. (4 pages) Limited quantity: 8 issues left.

__________    Issue #23: September 1995 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Rare Earth and Phil Naro. Article/long-form album review of Fat Amy. Review of the July 27, 1995 Grateful Dead concert. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 3 issues left.

__________    Issue #24: Oct.-Dec. 1995 (Grand Rapids Edition). Interviews with Naked Sun, Helen Darling, Eddie Money. Coverage of the Michigan Festival. Letter to the Editor from Lava Records' Andy Karp. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #25: October 1995 Philadelphia Music Conference Special Edition (Industry Edition). Our first special edition -- a bag insert in the PMC "Industry" goodie bags. Interviews with Outcry and Slow Children At Play. (4 pages)

SOLD OUT    Issue #26: November 1995 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Mental Landscape and Jawbone. (4 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #27: December 1995 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Grady Cain, Mercy River, and Kathy Ford. Coverage of the 1995 Philadelphia Music Conference. (8 pages)

SOLD OUT    Issue #28: Jan.-Mar. 1996 (Grand Rapids Edition). Interviews with Lee Roy Parnell, Tommy Edwards, Jim Crow, and Hit Me. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #29: February 1996 (Industry Edition). Our first 8-page Industry Edition! Interviews with the dt's, Mace, Red September, and 99 Cent Special. Local Scene coverage includes reviews from Baltimore. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 2 issues left.

__________    Issue #30: March 1996 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with D.J. Ashba, Patricia Conroy, and Wickerman. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #31: Apr.-Jun. 1996 (Grand Rapids Edition). Interviews with Philip Claypool, Whiplash, Domestic Problems, Work Shop, Pudgy Chuck, and Invisible Lisa. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #32: May 1996 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Calabash, Burst of Silence, Forge, and Lemon James. (8 pages) Limited quantity: Only 1 issue left!

__________    Issue #33: June 1996 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Great White, Deon, Highway 101, Faces On Mars, and Bruce Dickinson. Coverage of Undercurrents '96.> (8 pages) Limited quantity: 5 issues left.

__________    Issue #34: Jul.-Sep. 1996 (Grand Rapids Edition). Interviews with The Hunger, Thirst, Mike Chlasciak, and Liquid Sun. Coverage of Undercurrents '96. Joe Satriani concert coverage includes live photo. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 10 issues left.

__________    Issue #35: August 1996 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Betty Goo and Uncle Knucklefunk. Coverage of Undercurrents '96. Local Scene coverage includes reviews from Minneapolis and Tulsa. (4 pages) Limited quantity: 12 issues left.

SOLD OUT    Issue #36: September 1996 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Nineteen Wheels, Limblifter, and Al Lopez. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #37: Oct.-Dec. 1996 (Grand Rapids Edition). Our last Grand Rapids Edition. Interviews with Belloluna, Bile, Frazier River, and Tripping Daisy. Crosby, Stills & Nash concert coverage includes live photo. Last issue to include "Best Unsigned Bands" news. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #38: Oct. 30-Nov. 2, 1996 Philadelphia Music Conference Special Edition (Industry Edition). Our second special edition -- a bag insert in all PMC goodie bags. Interviews with Kama Sutra and Without a Face. (4 pages)

SOLD OUT    Issue #39: November 1996 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Jayne Sachs, Scott Campbell, 3 Lb. Universe, Central Figures, and Monkey Chuck. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #40: December 1996 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Joe Nichols, Ekoostik Hookah (misspelled Ekoostik Hoohak on the cover), and Wild Strawberries. Coverage of the 1996 Philadelphia Music Conference. Articles about Twin Ferraris and Slim Chance and the Possibles. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #41: Jan.-Mar. 1997 (Country Music Industry Edition). Our first Country Music Industry Edition. With photos. Interviews with Al Lopez, Nolan Delray, Peter Britt!, and Terri Allard. All interviews written by publisher Geoff Wilbur. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 11 issues left.

__________    Issue #42: February 1997 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Fishmongers, Jere Stormer, The Frontline, and Everthorns. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #43: March 1997 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Tone Poets, Those Delta Rhythm Kings, Fivestones, Yontz Sucre, Colt 45, and Jawbone. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 2 issues left.

__________    Issue #44: May 1997 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Verbal Threat, Third Wish, Dahliagrey, and Kung Fu Diesel. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #45: June 1997 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Dorothy, Ekoostik Hookah, Popa Chubby, Domestic Problems, and 19 Wheels. Coverage of Undercurrents '97. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 10 issues left.

__________    Issue #46: Summer 1997 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Ironhorse, Solid Ground, Karen Nash, and the Back Alley Boys. This is the last Country Music Industry Edition with photos. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #47: August 1997 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Cornerstone, Chain Reaction, Lisa St. Ann, Domestic Problems, and The Fifth Wheel. Local Scene coverage includes reviews from Philadelphia, Arlington, VA, New Orleans, Undercurrents '97, and other Cleveland shows. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 7 issues left.

__________    Issue #48: September 1997 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Jimmibeetles Rock Theater, The Binge, Hoarse, and Neal Coty. (8 pages)

SOLD OUT    Issue #49: Fall 1997 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Tom Hampton, Patti Ross, and Colt 45. Local Scene coverage includes reviews from Tulsa and Philadelphia. The first installment of "Featured Band News" updating readers on bands interviewed in past issues of the Country Music Industry Edition. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT    Issue #50: Oct. 30-Nov. 2, 1996 Philadelphia Music Conference Special Edition (Industry Edition). Interviews with the Freakin’ Cads and Michael Massimo. (4 pages) SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT    Issue #51: Nov. ’97-Jan. ‘98 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Grand Buffet, Bad Attitude, Invisible Lisa, and Knee Deep Shag. Coverage of the 1997 Philadelphia Music Conference. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT    Issue #52: December 1997 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Uncle Chuck and Mark Hodgson. Coverage of the 1997 Philadelphia Music Conference. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #53: Winter/Early Spring 1997/98 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Scott Hoyt, Gypsy Wind, The Gordon Thayer Band, and Solid Ground. Local Scene coverage includes reviews from Nashville. The second installment of "Featured Band News" updating readers on bands interviewed in past issues of the Country Music Industry Edition. (Issue #49 with first "Featured Band News" is sold out.) (6 pages) Limited quantity: 6 issues left.

SOLD OUT    Issue #54: Feb.-Apr. ‘98 (Industry Edition). Interviews with the Incurables, Blackened Earth, and Laughing Colors. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT    Issue #55: March-May 1998 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with New Alien Strip Tease and Third Wish. The first installment of the “Slavicsky’s Smorgasbord” album review column. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #56: May 1998 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Rippopotamus, Bob Malone, and Two Ton Shoe. This issue includes Ron Jacobs' second Philadelphia column in the Local Scene section. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #57: June 1998 (Lansing Edition). Interview with Outcry. Coverage of Undercurrents '98. The second installment of the "Slavicsky’s Smorgasbord" album review column. (Issue #55 with first "Slavicsky’s Smorgasbord" is sold out.) (6 pages) Limited quantity: 11 issues left.

__________    Issue #58: Late Spring 1998 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Silverado and Rives Junxion. (6 pages) Limited quantity: 3 issues left.

__________    Issue #59: August 1998 (Industry Edition). Interviews with The Fringe, The Rigbees, Mansell, and House of Usher. Coverage of Undercurrents '98, including two photos. (10 pages) Limited quantity: 3 issues left.

__________    Issue #60: September 1998 (Lansing Edition). Interviews with Fear Factory and Bad Attitude. Coverage of Stevie Nicks concert (with large photo). (8 pages) Limited quantity: 9 issues left.

__________    Issue #61: Summer 1998 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Karen Nash, Terri Allard, Peter Britt!, and Tom Hampton. (6 pages) Limited quantity: 4 issues left.

__________    Issue #62: November 1998 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Double Eclipse, Saint Ashley, The Grain, and Peter Bishop. Coverage of Mixx Magazine's Boston Alliance Fest. (12 pages) Limited quantity: 14 issues left.

SOLD OUT    Issue #63: Fall/Winter 1998/99 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Steve Haggard, Denny Luce, and Glen Edwards. (6 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #64: Dec. 1998-Feb. 1999 (Lansing Edition). Interview with King's X. Special "Vinyl Edition" of Slavicsky's Smorgasbord. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 2 issues left.

__________    Issue #65: February 1999 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Vivid, Les Dudek, and Vykki Vox. (6 pages)

SOLD OUT    Issue #66: March 1999 (Lansing Edition). Interview with Belloluna. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT    Issue #67: Spring 1999 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interview with Teddy Glenn. (6 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #68: May 1999 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Tone Deaf Teens, The Common, Mothers Oven, and the Automatic Blues Band. (10 pages)

SOLD OUT    Issue #69: June 1999 (Lansing Edition). Interview with The Ernies. Short article about Sister Hazel. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT    Issue #70: Summer 1999 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Brooke McClymont, Bill White, Gail Lloyd, and Jeff Callahan. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #71: August 1999 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Angel Pam West, Eric Harabadian of Chain Reaction, and The Magic Elf. Coverage of EAT'M. (8 pages)

SOLD OUT    Issue #72: September 1999 (Lansing Edition). Interview with Skinlab. Out-of-Region Concert Review of the 11-band “Clam Bake” in St. Paul, MN. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT    Issue #73: November 1999 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Julie Kryk, Danland, Pleasure Void, and J.L. Smith. Coverage of Mixx Magazine's New London, CT Alliance Fest. Local Scene coverage includes reviews from San Francisco, Chicago, and St. Louis. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT    Issue #74: December 1999 (Street Edition). Interviews with Pawnshop, Disarray, and S.O.D. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT    Issue #75: Winter ‘99/’00 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Wildhorse Creek, Johnny Hogan, and Rhonda Watson. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #76: February 2000 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Leaf, The Living, Broken, Planting Seeds, and Slowburn. (12 pages)

__________    Issue #77: March 2000 (Street Edition). Interviews with Firehouse, Motorbaby, Luna, Loudmouth, and Lynch Mob. This is the last Street Edition with available issues remaining – the final four printed are all sold out. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 2 issues left.

__________    Issue #78: Spring 2000 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Judy Harrison and Virgie Warren. (8 pages) Limited quantity: only 1 issue left!

__________    Issue #79: May 2000 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Purrr, That One Guy, The Limit, Sandra Phillips, and 13 O'Clock. (8 pages)

SOLD OUT    Issue #80: June 2000 (Street Edition). Interviews with Eiffel 65, Mak Wolven, TagYerit, and 3LOW. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #81: Summer 2000 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Jackalope Junction, Jett Williams, and Jimmie James. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #82: Aug.-Oct. 2000 (Industry Edition). Interviews with The Krinkles and Anne Heaton. Coverage of EAT'M 2000. (8 pages)

SOLD OUT    Issue #83: September 2000 (Street Edition). Interview with Paxton. Short article about the Bellamy Brothers. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #84: Fall 2000 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with George Lee, Jr. and Bobby Mountain. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 10 issues left.

__________    Issue #85: Winter 2000/01 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interview with Brandi Ward. (8 pages)

SOLD OUT    Issue #86: Nov.-Jan. ‘00/’01 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Giant Sequoia, Vicki Logan, and He Fashioned Love. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT    Issue #87: Dec. 2000-Feb. 2001 (Street Edition). Coverage of the 2000 Northampton Music Fest and Undercurrents 2000. Brief interview with Godhead and coverage of a Godhead/Marilyn Manson concert. Short articles about the Deftones and Shane Minor. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #88: Feb.-Apr. 2001 (Industry Edition). Interviews with The Baghdaddios, blue number nine, and Depoet and the Monkey. (4 pages)

__________    Issue #88: Feb.-Apr. 2001 (Industry Edition [special subscriber-only edition]). Interviews with The Baghdaddios, blue number nine, and Depoet and the Monkey. Includes 4 bonus pages of reviews available only to subscribers. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 2 issues left.

SOLD OUT    Issue #89: March 2001 (Street Edition). Interviews with Sid Bernstein, Glenn Hughes, and KanawhaPalooza organizer Robert (Brad) Bradley. Short articles about Keb’ Mo’, the Bellamy Brothers, and Sticky Fingaz. Concert review of Tesla in Minneapolis, MN. This was the last printed issue of the Street Edition, which was renamed the Online Edition and was published online for a few more issues. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #90: Spring 2001 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Hermann Lammers Meyer, Judy Welden, and Elvis Carden. (8 pages) Limited quantity: only 1 issue left!

__________    Issue #91: May 2001 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Gerald Bair, Brian Perry, Peter Cor, Davey Pattison, Zak Rizvi, and The Fusionauts. (8 pages) Limited quantity: 10 issues left.

__________    Issue #92: Summer 2001 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with 8 Mile Bend and Blackwater. (4 pages)

__________    Issue #93: Aug.-Oct. 2001 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Hello Dave, Chelsea Genzano and The Rosenbergs. (4 pages)  (NOTE: Interview with Kat Parsons was included in the 8-page “subscriber-only” issue, which is sold out.)

__________    Issue #94: Nov.-Jan. 2001/02 (Industry Edition).  Interviews with Shaman’s Mask, Figure of Speech, Tina Lear, and Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush. (8 pages)

__________    Issue #95: Winter 2001/02 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Steve Haggard and Julie Dunlap. (4 pages)

SOLD OUT    Issue #96: February 2002 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Troll For Trout and Jess. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT    Issue #97: Summer 2002 (Country Music Industry Edition). Interviews with Dr. Fry’s Texas Medicine Band, Dick Shuey, Mike Cruciger, and Richard Burr. (8 pages) SOLD OUT

__________    Issue #98: Aug.-Oct. 2002 (Industry Edition). Interviews with Chain Reaction, Mike Farley, Shoeless Joe, and Sexual Chocolate. (4 pages)

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