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Fat City

#08 (Comes With Free 7") Zine

(Bronx, Strike Anywhere, Descendents, Bad Religion, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Anti-Flag, Kid Dynamite)

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Fat City Magazine is back and sporting its biggest issue ever. While other publications jam these extra pages with ads and reviews, the Fat City crew snuck in as many interviews as possible. Gracing the cover of Issue #8 is The Bronx. This four piece hailing from Los Angeles has created quite a stir over the past 15 months and tell their story from the band’s humble beginnings to their upcoming major label debut. Check out all the gory details inside.

Everyone has heard stories about several punk rockers and their higher education pursuits but how are they actually using these degrees? Fat City catches up with some of the guys who hit the books just as hard as they hit the stage including Milo Aukerman (Descendents), Greg Graffin (Bad Religion), Dan Yemin (Paint It Black, ex-Kid Dynamite), Lane “Monkey Hustle” Pederson (Dillinger Four) and Nate Albert (ex-Mighty Mighty Bosstones).

Some punks dabble in education and others are more politically minded. Thomas Barnett of Strike Anywhere and Chris #2 of Anti-Flag compare notes from the more liberal side of the political spectrum while Mike Gurley of Darkbuster and former World Wrestling Federation Champion The Ultimate Warrior have the daunting task of defending America’s conservative side in one of the most interesting political features you’ll read leading up to the 2004 presidential election. Also inside are interviews with The Horrorpops, Toxic Narcotic, Hank Williams III, a hockey column written by Street Dogs’ frontman Mike McColgan, behind the scenes photos from One Man Army drummer Chip Hanna’s wedding and a TON more. And don’t forget you also get a FREE LIMITED EDITION split 7-inch featuring an unreleased live version of the Dropkick Murphys “Time To Go” and the tough to find “Save The World With My Hockey Stick” by The Vandals.



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Anthony from Akron, OH 
Jul 29 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Didn't read the magazine but i got it for the free 7" and it's kick ass that this came with that and you can only get it here so you should before they all sell out

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Jesse from Lacombe, AB Canada 
Nov 17 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Decent magazine, good 7". The live version of Time To Go is awesome. The Vandals are alright. i'd buy this before they're out of copies of this. I'm not even sure if this magazine is in publication anymore.

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Michael from Alexandria, KY 
Dec 1 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is sweet, its called fat city, you cant go wrong. i just bought it for the free 7" which is sweet, the bronx are awesome and the cky side is good too.

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Bill from Chicago, IL 
May 10 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Old zines are almost more fun to read than new ones because you can get some perspective. This one is no exception.

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Robert from Rancho Cucamonga, CA 
Feb 24 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I only got this because it was cheap and came with a free 7". Not the best magazine ever, not the worst, whatever.










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