STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING #1-7 (St. Albans, Herts.: March 1988-Spring 1990) - all published.
STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING #1-7 (St. Albans, Herts.: March 1988-Spring 1990) - all published.
STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING #1-7 (St. Albans, Herts.: March 1988-Spring 1990) - all published.
STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING #1-7 (St. Albans, Herts.: March 1988-Spring 1990) - all published.
STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING #1-7 (St. Albans, Herts.: March 1988-Spring 1990) - all published.
STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING #1-7 (St. Albans, Herts.: March 1988-Spring 1990) - all published.
STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING #1-7 (St. Albans, Herts.: March 1988-Spring 1990) - all published.

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STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING #1-7 (St. Albans, Herts.: March 1988-Spring 1990) - all published.

Ed. Brian Hogg, Richard Norris, and Phil Smee (publisher). Glossy magazine format. Each 48pp., except #4 (52pp.).

A complete set of this eclectic British periodical (an eighth issue was planned but never appeared), including the 7" vinyl record accompanying the seventh issue.

#1 (March 1988): The Kinks; The James Taylor Quartet; Krazy Kat; Syd Barrett; Robyn Hitchcock; Greenwich Village; Psychic TV; beach movies; The Dukes of Stratosphear.

#2 (May/June 1988): Iggy Pop & The Stooges; Giant Sand; Richard Brautigan; Alan Moore; Wire; the Creation Label; American Country Rock; The Shamen; Smoke; The Silver Surfer.

#3 (July/August 1988): Little Feat; Nirvana; American Country Rock, part two; International Artists; Barbarella; The Insect Trust; Tiny Tim; Bruce Lee; Autosalvage; Kathy Acker.

#4 (September/October 1988): Fierce Recordings; German music '69-'74; Van Morrison/Them; Syd Barrett: The Making of Opel; Deutsch Nepal; Sid Griffin’s Guide To Los Angeles; Green On Red; The Go-Betweens; Merrell Fankhauser; John Fahey.

#5 (April/May 1989): Frank Zappa and The Mothers; Straight Records; Mike Bloomfield; Clive Barker; Track Records; Josefus; Merrell Fankhauser; Paula Paradaema; Roy Orbison.

#6 (Summer 1989): The Soft Machine; Daevid Allen interview; Q65; Terry Riley; Harvest Records; Bevis Frond; The Grateful Dead.

#7 (Spring 1990): Nick Drake; The Carousel; Bleecker & MacDougal; Kenneth Patchen; LA Rock Guide; Moondog; Kaleidoscope/Fairfield Parlour; Heyday Records; + 7″ single featuring Clover, Johnny Burton, The Eggy and Rhubarb Rhubarb.

Very Good plus to Near Fine; record Mint.

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