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[[Image:Angry-at-the-bus-stop-5.gif|200px|thumb|right|Angry at the Bus Stop issue 5]]
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'''Angry at the Bus Stop''' is a Nottingham, UK based [[fanzine]].  Written contributors have previously worked with [[Beat Motel]], [[Punknews UK]] and [[Last Hours]].  It is a music based fanzine, currently on it's fifth issue after a hiatus of several years.
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'''Angry at the Bus Stop''' is a Nottingham, UK based [[fanzine]].  Written contributors have previously worked with [[Beat Motel]], [[Punknews UK]] and [[Last Hours]].  It is a music based fanzine, currently on it's fifth issue after a hiatus of several years and is available through [[Corndog Fanzine Distribution]].
The fanzine is primarily focused on [[punk|punk rock]] music and culture, as well as politics and [[veganism]].  Interviews and music features are mostly punk rock related, while political articles follow a liberal to [[Anarchism|anarchist]] ideology.
The fanzine is primarily focused on [[punk|punk rock]] music and culture, as well as politics and [[veganism]].  Interviews and music features are mostly punk rock related, while political articles follow a liberal to [[Anarchism|anarchist]] ideology.

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Angry at the Bus Stop issue 5
Angry at the Bus Stop issue 5

Angry at the Bus Stop is a Nottingham, UK based fanzine. Written contributors have previously worked with Beat Motel, Punknews UK and Last Hours. It is a music based fanzine, currently on it's fifth issue after a hiatus of several years and is available through Corndog Fanzine Distribution.

The fanzine is primarily focused on punk rock music and culture, as well as politics and veganism. Interviews and music features are mostly punk rock related, while political articles follow a liberal to anarchist ideology.

The fanzine was originally produced under the name More Noise and Other Disturbances for issues 1 to 4 prior to its hiatus, and was based on the South Coast of the UK.

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