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Popswop Magazine Guide

Popswop Magazine

Popswop was, well, a pop magazine that ran for 103 issues before folding into Record Mirror. There were also three annuals, for 1974, 1975, and 1976.



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1972

#1. 07/10/1972. David Cassidy.
#2. 14/10/1972. Marc Bolan.
#3. 21/10/1972. Donny Osmand. *Free New Seekers disc.
#4. 28/10/1972. Rod Stewart.
#5. 04/11/1972. David Cassidy.
#6. 11/11/1972. Noddy Holder. 
#7. 18/11/1972. Marc Bolan.
#8. 25/11/1972. Alice Cooper.
#9. 02/12/1972. David Cassidy.
#10. 09/12/1972. Donny Osmond.
#11. 16/12/1972.  
#12. 23/12/1972. Donny Osmond.
#13. 30/12/1972. Dave Hill.



1973

#14. 06/01/1973. Elton John.
#15. 13/01/1973. David Cassidy.
#16. 20/01/1973. Marc Bolan.
#17. 27/01/1973. Rod Stewart.
#18. 03/02/1973.
#19. 10/02/1973. Donny Osmond.
#20. 17/02/1973. David Cassidy.
#21. 24/02/1973. Michael Jackson.
#22. 03/03/1973. David Cassidy.
#23. 10/03/1973. Marc Bolan.
#24. 17/03/1973. David Bowie.
#25. 24/03/1973. David Cassidy.
#26. 31/03/1973.
#27. 07/04/1973. Marc Bolan.
#28. 14/04/1973. Donny Osmond.
#29. 21/04/1973. Noddy Holder.
#30. 28/04/1973. Andy and David Williams.
#31. 05/05/1973. David Cassidy.
#32. 12/05/1973. Donny Osmond.
#33. 19/05/1973. Marc Bolan.
#34. 26/05/1973. David Cassidy.
#35. 02/06/1973. Marc Bolan.
#36. 09/06/1973. Brian Connolly. 
#37. 16/06/1973. Rod Stewart.
#38. 23/06/1973. David Bowie.
#39. 30/06/1973. David Cassidy.
#40. 07/07/1973. Roger Daltrey.
#41. 14/07/1973. Gary Glitter.
#42. 21/07/1973. Marc Bolan.
#43. 28/07/1973. David Bowie.
#44. 04/08/1973. Dave Hill.
#45. 11/08/1973. Michael Jackson.
#46. 18/08/1973. Donny Osmond.
#47. 25/08/1973. Marc Bolan.
#48. 01/09/1973. Roy Wood. 
#49. 08/09/1973. Marc Bolan.
#50. 15/09/1973. Gary Glitter.
#51. 22/09/1973.
#52. 29/09/1973.
#53. 06/10/1973. Andy and David Williams.
#54. 13/10/1973. Dave Hill.
#55. 20/10/1973. Rod Stewart.
#56. 27/10/1973. Michael Jackson.
#57. 03/11/1973. Gary Glitter.
#58. 10/11/1973. Brian Connolly. 
#59. 17/11/1973.
#60. 24/11/1973. David Bowie.
#61. 01/12/1973. David Cassidy.
#62. 08/12/1973. Donny Osmond.
#63. 15/12/1973. Gary Glitter.
#64. 22/12/1973. Donny Osmond.
#65. 29/12/1973. David Essex.
1974 annual. (cover | ?? | centre | ?? | ?? | 90/91 )



1974

#66. 05/01/1974. Brian Connolly. 
#67. 12/01/1974. Gary Glitter.
#68. 19/01/1974. Roger Daltrey. 
#69. 26/01/1974. Donny Osmond.
#70. 02/02/1974. Elton John.
#71. 09/02/1974. Dave Hill.
#72. 16/02/1974. David Cassidy.
#73. 23/03/1974. Lyn and Eve of the New Seekers.
#74. 02/03/1974. David Essex.
#75. 09/03/1974. Michael Jackson.
#76. 16/03/1974. Rob Davis.
#77. 23/03/1974. Brian Connolly. 
#78. 30/03/1974. Alvin Stardust.
#79. 06/04/1974. Hudson-Ford.
#80. 13/04/1974. Bryan Ferry.
#81. 20/04/1974. Dave Hill.
#82. 27/04/1974. Mick Jagger.
#83. 04/05/1974. David Cassidy.
#84. 11/05/1974. The Sweet.
#85. 18/05/1974. David Essex.
#86. 25/05/1974. David Cassidy.
#87. 01/06/1974. Michael Jackson.
#88. 08/06/1974. Bay City Rollers.
#89. 15/06/1974. Suzi Quatro. (1 | ? | 14 | ? | ? | ?)
#90. 22/06/1974. Brian Connolly. 
#91. 29/06/1974. Wombles.
#92. 06/07/1974. Slade.
#93. 13/07/1974. Roy Wood.
#94. 20/07/1974.
#95. 27/07/1974. David Bowie.
#96. 03/08/1974. Donny Osmond.
#97. 10/08/1974.
#98. 17/08/1974. Dave Hill.
#99. 24/08/1974. David Essex.
#100. 31/08/1974. Bryan Ferry.
#101. 07/09/1974. Mud.
#102. 14/09/1974. Roger Daltrey. 
#103. 21/09/1974. Noddy Holder.

Popswop then folded into Record Mirror for its 21/09/1974 issue.

1975 annual.
1976 annual.



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