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Rolling Stone is the music lovers magazine! Rock & roll national stories, reviews, classified ads, and the music where your favorite group stands in the ratings, magazines affairs, and feature charts. An annual term to Rolling Stone is currently 22 issues, of which 4 are double issues, for a total of 26 issues. The number of issues in an annual term is subject to change at any time.

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More About Rolling Stone: Rolling Stone magazine isn’t just for music lovers anymore. Although music-philes will still find issues packed with CD reviews and in-depth band and artists profiles, they’ll also find info on all the latest in pop culture. Go behind the scenes of the latest blockbuster, peek inside the lives of TV’s hottest stars, and see how true rock ‘n’ rollers really live. The thorough music news section includes tour schedules, reunion updates, album releases and music industry happenings that keep music lovers in the loop about their favorite rockers, rappers and popsters. Find easy to read reviews, based on a 1-to-5-star system, that help you know which CDs, DVDs and movies you can’t miss. Performance charts let you know how your favorites are doing in the rankings, and a special edition Yearbook issue wraps up the best albums, most listenable songs, and top pop culture newsmakers of the past year. Subscribe to Rolling Stone today and get on the inside track!

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Even though I appreciated the music articles, any article not associated with music is soo tinged with radically liberal viewpoints that it makes me sick. The past two years that I have had the magazine it seems clear to me that their focus is more on trashing the current administration or anyone who might lean slightly conservative instead of reporting music. If I wanted that kind of incoherent and un-factual babbling I would turn on MSNBC. What happened to objective journalism?
by: anonymous
11/21/2008 10:13:00 AM
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