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  1.  
    As someone mentioned a couple of weeks back, Wire feature on the cover and in a six page article in this magazine. It's quite interesting, including a page on Bruce's solo(ish) output.

    All the rest of the magazine I sadly found completely uninteresting, but it's been going so long, I assume it must have a dedicated following.

    You can buy a copy here:

    https://www.thewire.co.uk/issues/432
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    Thanks for that Osimabu. I haven’t seen a physical copy in the shops. But then again, I don’t go into many shops....
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    The joke is, our local W H Smiths didn't have it, but I then saw it in a small newsagents in Uppingham in Rutland (just after I'd ordered it direct from the publishers for seven quid!)
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    For the next week, The Wire's digital archives are free, so both the recent piece and the one from 2000 are available: https://reader.exacteditions.com/magazines/493/issues/
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    "These pages are available to subscribers only.”

    Or am I missing something?
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    Weird—the link still works for me. Maybe they're making the offer only for non-UK people? Try with a VPN, perhaps.

    edit: Or maybe there's something magical about using the tinyurl link: https://tinyurl.com/rcpcnj8
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    The second link works for me. Amusing aside: the 2000s piece runs from p26 through p32, with an add on p33; the recent one starts on p34!
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    The annoying thing is their online compilations are still only available for those who buy their subscriptions. Klara Lewis recorded an exclusive track for one of these - "Shall/Should" - and the only way you can access this track is to put your dosh down for a subscription.....if you try to click the download it just asks you to register..... https://www.thewire.co.uk/audio/btr/below-the-radar-22/6