PULP Magazine Issue #69
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
THEY MOVED, SHOOKED, AND ROCKED!
“If you think this rock n’ roll thing is easy, why don’t you give it a try?!!” said a great musician by the name of Billy Corgan. In truth, it isn’t- our beloved rockstars and musicians get to party and we get to enjoy the wild ride with them mainly because of the people behind their success: the essential personlities behind the curtains and behind machine known as the music industry.
SECOND PLACE ISN’T BAD AT ALL
Of course not, especially for once – Rockstar: INXS hopeful Martey Casey, who is now enjoying the rock n’ roll lifestyle with his band the Lovehammers: they’ve got a new album out, are gearing out for a tour to promote it, and are slowly building a reputation as the hardest-partying band there is.
HURRY! ALL SEATS ARE TAKEN
Pin Up Girls has been around for so long and has been through both hell and high water – with intrigue, personnel changes, and bad record deals – and is still standing. Read on about them and the release of their latest disc All Seats Are Taken.
DONG HITS THE STREETS
Former Yano vocalist and chief songwriter Dong Abay hits the streets to be one with the masses… and to sell his new album Flipino to the common people he sings and writes about in most of his songs.
NEED A HINT? LOOK IN THE REFRIGERATOR
They used to be known plainly as “The Grand Prize Winner of Red Horse Muziklaban.” Then they were known to be the band with that infectious Sexbomb Dancer-tribute of a song “Jopay.” But with the release of their latest disc Pa’no Nangyari ‘Yun?, Mayonnaise is out to prove once and for all that the tag “good rock band” would be the best way to see them as.