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Linder, Nicola, Roaring 80s, Andy, Neil, J.C., Martin, J, John, Eddie Manley, Stanley Knife, John D, Irna and Jayne, D.J. Turner, Hyphen, Roger Mitchell, Agapanther 2, Rupert, Ned the Donkey, Ed Thomas, Richard, New Hormones, Jez, Terry, Nick, Kev, Alan's Friend, M.Clancy, Jack, Volunteer Groupy, C.I.D, Fugue, CEE WEEEZ.
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Featured in the following MDMArchive online exhibitions:
City Fun: The Hidden History of Manchester's Favourite Fanzine
Artefact added : 22nd October 2012
by Abigail
David Wilkinson Says –
‘Sour Grapes’ is a satire of the Manchester Musicians’ Collective becoming an elitist clique: “Dear I am a proper star...I know Paul Morley’s cat”. It’s a great example of one of City Fun’s best features, which was the way it brought together political commitment with irreverent countercultural humour, warding off any accusations of joyless leftist puritanism. It’s also a sign of the fanzine’s influence over the scene – see Vol. 1 No. 18 for the MMC communiqu which reads “times have changed. The Collective is your Collective...just like City Fun is your paper.”
COMMENT ADDED 23rd November 2012
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