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R*E*P*E*A*T is a fanzine, independent record label, and music promoter based in Cambridge, UK.

R*E*P*E*A*T fanzine was started in 1994 by Cambridge schoolteacher Richard Rose. The fanzine began as a homage to the Manic Street Preachers, but it quickly grew to also include articles about the local and national music scene, socialist issues, and other general rants and opinions in subsequent issues.

The fanzine later grew into music promotion and has released records by such bands as Miss Black America, The Dawn Parade, Chris TT, and The Resistance, among others.

In May 2011, a "best of Repeat" book compilation of its mammoth 17 year history will be released with accompanying CD album of highlights of the record label.


(Not complete list)

5 Manics, Honeycrack, Salad, Wannadies, Northern Uproar,Wildhearts the first ever Freeboy interview in the world etc.

6 includes a free 7" single (Freeboy/Stripey/Autumn Stone/Eden Park) plus Manics, Ash, 60 Ft Dolls, Garbage, Mansun, Marion, Whipping Boy, 3 Colours Red, Bis, 3 Colours Red etc.

7 Manics plus Divine Comedy, Gorky's, Kenickie, Posh, Swansea City, Super Furry Animals, Sultans, Tiger etc.

8 Manics, Billy Bragg, Dweeb, Mark Radcliffe, 3 Colours Red, lots more and a free badge.

9 including free very limited single ( Ex Boyfriends /Saffs/ Hinton / The Friday's) plus Manics, Disco Pistol, Dub War, Jaguar, Period Pains, Stereophonics, The Wannadies, The Wildhearts, Urusei Yatsura etc.

10 Manics, A, Bunnymen, Stereophonics, Symposium, Teenage Fanclub, Warm Jets etc.

11 Manics, Asian Dub Foundation, Catatonia, Cornershop, Crocketts, Freeboy, Foxy Ramone etc.

12 Manics, Alabama 3, Damaged Goods, Gorky's, Hofman, Terrorvision, Tom Robinson, etc.

13 Manics, 3 Colours Red, Asian Dub Foundation, Ruby Cruiser, Llama Farmers, Ruby Cruiser, Samurai Seven, The Secret Hairdresser, Vibrations Records etc.

14 Manics, Alcopop, Angelica, Fog Donkey, Muse, Spraydog, Twinkie, The Yo-Yos, Whispering Bob and More.

15 Manics, Liberty 37, The Crocketts, Saloon, Nojahoda, Robyn Hitchcock, Pigfish, Seed, Cay, Feeder, Alan Parker, Vyvyan, Bluetip, The Gentleman Jim, Ruby Cruiser, Sunlounger, Stereolab, Travis, Stereophonics, Rachel Stamp, Mr Death and more.

16 Manics, Idlewild, Saffs, Chumbawamba, Snuff, Dandy Warhols, Six By Seven, Sugarcoma, King Prawn, Kirsty MacColl etc - 92 pages.

17 Manics, Mark Steel, Kirsty MacColl, Feeder, Spraydog, Joey Ramone, Wilt, I Am Kloot, Crashland, Samurai Seven, The Levellers, Ash, Chris T-T, Steven Wells etc - 92 pages as well.

18 Returns to zines roots as a Manic Street Preachers inspired fanzine - the zine may no longer be entirely dedicated to the fatty Welsh ones but it's their attitude that inspires: honesty, anger, energy, intelligence, bile, politics, chaos, opinions, cut'n'paste chaos : "a complete train wreck of a zine" (Organ). Plus exclusive reviews and interviews with Miss Black America, Knife in The Water, Right Turn Clyde, The Broken Family Band, Ash, Ride, The Virgin Suicides, Mike Patton, One Minute Silence, Neo, ...The Trial of the Dead, Blue Gandhi, CRS*, The Dawn Parade, H Block 101, The Duvals, The Electric Soft Parade, Kid Galahad and of course The Manics. 104 pages.

19 Fuck the Jubilee issue, featuring Miss Black America, The Dawn Parade, Chris T-T, The Hives, Haven, Wilt, Neo, Ash, Broken Family Band, Virgin Suicides and lots more -112 pages.

20 Joe Strummer, The Star Spangles, The Libertines, Mavis, Comic Relief, Boss Tuneage Records, Futurism, TV Smith, Idlewild, The Sways, Antihero, The Exiles, Feeder, Miss Black America, We Can Build You, Michael Moore, The Poohsticks, Drowned in Sound, Mark Steel, The Cooper Temple Clause, Suede, John Pilger, JJ72, Manic Street Preachers, Kinesis, and um Alex Ferguson.

21 As well as rants and realities about racism and the so called war of liberation, features stuff on or by Bomb Factory, Donderevo, Suede, The Strokes,Bloc Party, Jarcrew, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Alias, The Coral, Cooper Temple Clause, King Adora, Longview, Placebo, Instruction, Miss Black America, The Libertines, Funeral For A Friend, Hell Is For Heroes, Kinesis, Jimmy Henry, The Applicators and more...

22 The Music, The Holy Bible, George Bush, Buzzcocks, Bob Dylan, Beastie Boys, Ash, Amplifier, Franz Ferdinand, Delays, John Peel, The Ordinary Boys, Gold Blade, Keane, Razorlight, Sons and Daughters, The Dead 60s, Wendy James, The Wonderstuff, Michael Moore, Pete Doherty, Asian Dub Foundation, Ikara Colt and more badgers than you can shake a walking frame at.

23 Stuff on Bloc Party, Babyshambles, Bomb Factory, CosyCosy, The Duke Spirit, The Furious Sleep, Hard-Fi, Idlewild, JJ72, The Levellers, Miss Black America, The Paddingtons, Performance, Pilots of the Sixth, Princess Drive, Quit Your Day Job, The Subways, Toasted Heretic, Towers of London, Volunteers and quite a bit more...

24 The Autons, The Delays, The Dresden Dolls, Hope of the States, Howling Bells, INME, Johnny Panic, The Kooks, The Males, Miss Black America, Open Mouth, Robots in Disguise, The Sultans of Ping, The Violets, Towers of London, Nicky Wire plus free 9 track CD 'Fighting the Power Since 1994'

25 Zine changed to mini format and free from this issue.

26 Mini Zine

27 Mini Zine

28 Mini Zine

29 Mini Zine

30 Mini Zine

31 Mini Zine

32 Mini Zine

33 Mini Zine

34 Mini Zine

35 Mini Zine