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Ape Man Magazine - Issues 1-5

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Product description

First five issues of this independently published magazine covering hip hop, underground club culture and other cultural phenomena.

Issue 1: Summer 1998 - Sizzla, Afrika Bambaataa, Kool Keith, Jurassic 5, Gregory Isaacs, Melvin Van Peebles
Issue 2: Winter 1998 - Cold Crush Brothers, A Guy Called Gerald, Beastie Boys, Mos Def, Schooly D
Issue 3: Spring 1999 - ESG, Marley Marl, Osmonds, Liquid Liquid, Peanut Butter Wolf, Scientist, Bruce Lee
Issue 4: Summer 1999 - Larry Levan, Blackalicious, Scratch Perverts, Bionic Woman, The Art of Noise
Issue 5: Winter 1999 - Mantronix, Don Carlos, Sugarhill Records, Rocksteady Crew, Tony Montana

Magazines generally in very good condition. Some wear to the spine, mug stain on the cover of issue one.

Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Country of origin:
GB
Format:
Paperback
Number of items:
5
Period:
1990s
Theme:
Music And Popular Culture
Title:
Ape Man
Type:
Magazine

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First five issues of this independently published magazine covering hip hop, underground club culture and other cultural phenomena.

Issue 1: Summer 1998 - Sizzla, Afrika Bambaataa, Kool Keith, Jurassic 5, Gregory Isaacs, Melvin Van Peebles
Issue 2: Winter 1998 - Cold Crush Brothers, A Guy Called Gerald, Beastie Boys, Mos Def, Schooly D
Issue 3: Spring 1999 - ESG, Marley Marl, Osmonds, Liquid Liquid, Peanut Butter Wolf, Scientist, Bruce Lee
Issue 4: Summer 1999 - Larry Levan, Blackalicious, Scratch Perverts, Bionic Woman, The Art of Noise
Issue 5: Winter 1999 - Mantronix, Don Carlos, Sugarhill Records, Rocksteady Crew, Tony Montana

Magazines generally in very good condition. Some wear to the spine, mug stain on the cover of issue one.

Condition:
Used: very good
Country of origin:
GB
Format:
Paperback
Number of items:
5
Period:
1990s
Theme:
Music And Popular Culture
Title:
Ape Man
Type:
Magazine

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