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Used, Rolling Stone Magazine, Issue 748, November 28, 1996

Used, Rolling Stone Magazine, Issue 748, November 28, 1996

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Experience a blast from the past with this vintage Rolling Stone Magazine, Issue 748, dating back to November 28, 1996. This used gem is a treasure trove of exclusive interviews, compelling features, and a mesmerizing glimpse into the iconic music era of the late '90s.

Featured in this issue is a riveting tête-à-tête between renowned writer P.J. O'Rourke and the legendary Hunter S. Thompson. Delve into the minds of these two literary heavyweights as they discuss captivating topics that captivated readers then and still do now.

Furthermore, unravel the enigmatic persona of Eddie Vedder, the infamous 'Mystery Man' behind Pearl Jam's unparalleled success. Unveil the mysteries surrounding one of the most influential figures in the grunge rock movement, as this issue takes you on an exploration through the mind and music of this iconic frontman.

Open the gates and step inside the legendary Paisley Park, Prince's famed sanctuary. Get an exclusive insider look into this mythical wonderland where creativity knows no bounds, and Prince's genius effortlessly unfolds. Indulge in the stories, anecdotes, and exclusive photographs captured within these pages, allowing you to relive the magic of Paisley Park.

But that's not all; this issue also presents an in-depth analysis of Marilyn Manson's groundbreaking album 'Antichrist Superstar.' Dive into the dark, twisted world of Manson's provocative artistry, fearless vision, and controversial persona that made him a figurehead of shock rock. Explore the boundless creativity and sinister allure that captivated a generation, leaving an indelible mark on the music industry.

To top it all off, discover the rise of the influential indie-rock band Pavement, as they solidify their position as masters of their craft. Moreover, delve into the complexities and intricacies of Tool, a progressive rock band that pushes the boundaries of sound and invites listeners into a sonic journey like no other.

This used Rolling Stone Magazine from November 28, 1996, encapsulates a momentous period in music history, offering an immersive experience into the lives, minds, and inspirations behind some of the most iconic figures in the industry. With its nostalgic appeal and captivating content, this collectible issue is a must-have for any music enthusiast or avid Rolling Stone collector. Relive the magic, feel the pulse of the '90s music scene, and immerse yourself in the timeless pages of this extraordinary magazine.
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