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The [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]] fanzine featured interviews with the bands The Clash, Generation X, The Heartbreakers, The Jam, The Slits, and Patti Smith.  
 
The [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]] fanzine featured interviews with the bands The Clash, Generation X, The Heartbreakers, The Jam, The Slits, and Patti Smith.  
  
As editor Sarah relates, "More On number one was done in two hours at school one afternoon." A number of issues appeared after this inception. Sarah states; "We began More On because we wanted to get 'involved'."
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As editor Sarah relates, "More On number one was done in two hours at school one afternoon." A number of issues appeared after this inception. Sarah states; "We began More On because we wanted to get 'involved'" "I think we made about 50 copies of the first one using the school machine and then we went to copy shops."
  
 
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==External Links==

Revision as of 12:25, 2 April 2018

More On
Issue 3
Cover photo of Viv Albertine of The Slits by Sarah Rapson

More On is a punk zine by Sarah Rapson.

One of the first generation of punk rock zines to appear in the mid 1970's, More On was from London, England.

At least four issues of this zine appeared in the 1970s.

The main photographer was Rebecca Hale, with additional photos by Sarah Rapson.

The cut and paste fanzine featured interviews with the bands The Clash, Generation X, The Heartbreakers, The Jam, The Slits, and Patti Smith.

As editor Sarah relates, "More On number one was done in two hours at school one afternoon." A number of issues appeared after this inception. Sarah states; "We began More On because we wanted to get 'involved'" "I think we made about 50 copies of the first one using the school machine and then we went to copy shops."

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