Re: re: Propaganda 28

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Thu, 23 Jul 1998 14:28:35 EDT

Adrian wrote:
<<If Propaganda has given this info at the outset, which they have, then I
don't think we should complain too hard. What's the use of rushing out
a new issue if there's nothing to actually put in it? I'd personally
rather wait for something that is to the quality that they feel is best.>>

I agree! I would really prefer quality in Propaganda over quantity for

For those of you who just cant wait for another issue of propaganda, and maybe
do not have some back issues, they can still be ordered. Off hand I recall
that they had issues 11, 12, 21?(the one where Melon was distributed --
although they do not have any more CD's) and issue 25 are some of the issues I
can recall. I don't think they had anything earlier than issue 11. Like they
say on NBC ... "if you haven't seen it then it's new 2 U..." or should I say
it's new U2? LOL!

The back issue price is $6. US. And that includes shipping. I don't know if
they will send a list of back issues via E-mail, but they will send you the
address to send your inquiry to. FYI -- it takes about 4-6 weeks for

In the name of Sparky!
Shannon Carey-Thorpe

I am searching for Props 1-8 ... if anyone knows where to find them or has
extra copies in relatively good condition and complete with any inserts,
please email me privately! I will pay ALMOST any amount for them!

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