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Hardware Fanzine was a New Jersey hardcore/punk music fanzine created by David Koenig & Brett Beach between the years 1993-1996. It was started as a reaction to the dull music scene around us at the time. We interviewed tons of bands, reviewed loads of bad records and went to alot of shows. At it's peak (issue #9) we were doing 2,000 copies, which reached all over the world. I still meet people from all over who talk about it. It's complete run is now available on a CD, with many bonuses.
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[[Image:Hardware-8-cover-for-wiki.jpg|frame|Hardware Fanzine #8]]
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'''Hardware Fanzine''' was a New Jersey [[hardcore]]/[[Punk|punk music]] [[fanzine]] created by [[David Koenig]] & [[Brett Beach]] between the years 1993-1996.
  
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It was started as a reaction to the dull music scene around New Jersey at the time. They interviewed bands, reviewed bad records and went to a lot of shows. At it's peak (issue #9) ''Hardware'' had a 2,000 copy print run, which reached all over the world. It's complete run is now available on a CD, with many bonuses.
  
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==External Links==
  
[http://www.hardwaremediaandradio.com Hardware Media And Radio]
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* [http://www.hardwaremediaandradio.com Hardware Media And Radio]
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* [http://mywebpages.comcast.net/babeach Hardware Fanzine]
  
Hardware Fanzine site
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[http://mywebpages.comcast.net/babeach Hardware Fanzine]
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Latest revision as of 19:03, 10 December 2007

Hardware Fanzine #8

Hardware Fanzine was a New Jersey hardcore/punk music fanzine created by David Koenig & Brett Beach between the years 1993-1996.

It was started as a reaction to the dull music scene around New Jersey at the time. They interviewed bands, reviewed bad records and went to a lot of shows. At it's peak (issue #9) Hardware had a 2,000 copy print run, which reached all over the world. It's complete run is now available on a CD, with many bonuses.

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