Premiere Issue Issue B Third Eye Issue Grand Slam Issue 5 Star Issue Issue 6
it! Magazine's "Issue 6" features the Flesh Eater's Chris D on the cover and a Flexi with songs by Text and the Horseheads, Meat Puppets and The Flesh Eaters.
contents: Tex and the Horseheads "Got Love If You Want It" Copyright © 1981 James Moore Excelo Rec/BMI
Meat Puppets "Teenager(s)" Copyright © 1982 Meat Puppets (3:37)
The Flesh Eaters "River of Fever" (3:57) Copyright © 1981 Chris Desjardins Shakeytown Music/BMI
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All the Issues:
features The Psychedelic Furs on the cover with articles on the Slits,
Snakefinger and Brian Brain.
"Issue B" features
interviews with Pete Shelly, NRBQ, and a Flexi-Disc with songs by The
Creamers and The Moving Parts.
"Third Eye Issue"
interviews Willie "Loco" Alexander, a Minneapolis '81 overview, concert
reviews of Mission of Burma, The Individuals & Eddie and the
Hot Rods. The Flexi-Disc features Yello and Renaldo and the Loaf.
it! Magazine's "Grand
Slam" issue introduces 1/2 Japanese plus coverage of The
Cale, Armand Schaubroeck and articles by Mick Farren, Richard Meltzer
and Ira Kaplan. Ultra rare Flexi-Disc contains songs from The Mutants
and 1/2 Japanese.
Take it! Magazine's "5 Star Issue" features the Dead Kennedys rare song "Nazi Punks" along with songs by Flipper and the Angry Samoans.
Take it! Magazine's "Issue 6" features Flesh Eater's lead singer, Chris D on the cover and contains the raw and rare Flexi-Disc with songs by Tex and the Horseheads "Got Love If You want it ; Meat Puppets "Teenager(s) and The Flesh Eater's "River of Fever."