Adventure In Bereznik

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Mostly a music zine written by Simon Murphy, based in north London, between summer 1984 and 1989. Inspired initially by 60s/pop art graphics and the early [[Creation Records]] scene, it expanded its remit to take in a short history of The Avengers tv show, John Sinclair's prison diaries, and excerpts from an American travel diary as well as some naive social/political writing over the course of 9 issues. Several images from the zine were re-used in the packaging of the 80s indie compilation CD, CD86, released in 2007.
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'''Adventure In Bereznik''' was mostly a music [[zine]] written by Simon Murphy, based in north London, between summer 1984 and 1989.  
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Inspired initially by 60s/pop art graphics and the early Creation Records scene, it expanded its remit to take in a short history of ''The Avengers'' television show, John Sinclair's prison diaries, and excerpts from an American travel diary as well as some naive social/political writing over the course of 9 issues. Several images from the zine were re-used in the packaging of the 80s indie compilation CD, ''CD86'', released in 2007.
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Revision as of 20:51, 20 March 2009

Adventure In Bereznik was mostly a music zine written by Simon Murphy, based in north London, between summer 1984 and 1989.

Inspired initially by 60s/pop art graphics and the early Creation Records scene, it expanded its remit to take in a short history of The Avengers television show, John Sinclair's prison diaries, and excerpts from an American travel diary as well as some naive social/political writing over the course of 9 issues. Several images from the zine were re-used in the packaging of the 80s indie compilation CD, CD86, released in 2007.

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