An insider's guide to the music industry.
5: Press Pack. Steve Lamacq , with help from Mark Ellen , Miranda Sawyer , Julie Burchill and Danny Kelly , charts the history of the music press from sixties underground rags to today's fanzines.
John Cavanagh , live in Glasgow, has a Hallowe'en spooktacular featuring an exclusive collaboration from
Lemmy and the Gin
Goblins, a gargantuan Fear Factory competition and possibly the scariest records of all time.
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