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Brain Damage goes from strength to strength, and from the UK to the US (officially at issue 28)...
 
Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 21

Issue 21: September 1990

A4 glossy colour cover, 32 pages

The big feature in this issue was our interview with Nick Mason. Also, there are some exclusive pictures from the 1990 Berlin Wall concert, a report on the Knebworth 1990 concert, the first report on Roger's Ca Ira (which was to have been premiered at the Bastille Opera in Paris on July 14th 1990!), the first mention of Nick's history of the band, and some great close-ups from the 1970 Hyde Park Pink Floyd concert!









 


Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 22

Issue 22: Spring 1991

A4 glossy colour cover, 32 pages

The main focus of this issue are the Knebworth and Berlin 1990 concerts - looking at the performances, and the releases of which there were clearly a multitude, designed to empty our wallets! There's also a large feature on the Wall animation auction, and the first part of a look at the solo careers of the band members.











Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 23

Issue 23: Summer 1991

A4 glossy colour cover, 32 pages

Lots of bits and pieces in this issue - the second part of the look at the band members solo careers, a piece on a Gilmour charity concert in Hackney, plenty of reviews of new releases, books, bootlegs, and the like.












Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 24

Issue 24: March 1992

A4 glossy colour cover, 20 pages

A delay in the publication of this issue - it almost went under but was saved at the last moment. Plenty of news to catch up on, a report on the 1992 Seville Waters performance (and a perplexed Phil Beckett talking about the new song, "Monkey Television"!), the first of a two part look at 25 years of Pink Floyd (taking the signing with EMI as the official starting point), and the first of the free subscriber-only posters (reprint of the 1967 Alexandra Palace concert poster).










Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 25

Issue 25: May 1992

A4 glossy colour cover, 20 pages

The conclusion of the look at the first 25 years of Pink Floyd, reports of Roger's new album and his performance in Los Angeles at the Walden Woods project concerts, the arrival of a letters page and Uncle Custard in his early guise of "The Consultant". Uncle Custard was, and still is, a fountain of PF knowledge, and he was the sage consulted with all questions - however trivial. There's also an exclusive look at the recording sessions from The Wall. The second free poster is a reprint of the 1973 Wisconsin concert advertisment cartoon.










Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 26

Issue 26: July 1992

A4 glossy colour cover, 20 pages

Plenty of news to report, some video reviews, the continuation of the look at The Wall recording sessions (including dated confirmation of the Beach Boys booking, a look at the years 1978 and 1979. The poster is a reprint of the Wembley 1972 concert poster.












Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 27

Issue 27: October 1992

A4 glossy colour cover, 20 pages

There is plenty of attention levelled at Amused To Death, Roger's new album of the time. There was also dismay at the Shine On box set - not meeting expectations, or maybe just people's wish lists for a box set? There is also a definitive look at The Wall tours - aimed at providing identification of each and every concert, for all those unofficial recordings that are out there! There's also the conclusion of The Wall recording sessions article. Poster is a reprint of the August 1980 Wall show concert poster.










Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 28

Issue 28: February 1993

A4 glossy colour cover, 20 pages

The official handover issue to Jeff Jensen. Lots of info on promo releases, an exhaustive look at the Shine On box set, and a look at some of the early concert performances available on "private recordings". The poster is for the 1968 LA show.












Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 29

Issue 29: May 1993

A4 glossy colour cover, 20 pages

Lots more lovely releases to spend money on - especially the ultra rare promos, a preview of the first Brain Damage convention, a thorough look at The Wall concerts, and the transcription of a very rare, long lost Australian interview from 1971. The poster is advertising the 1972 French tour.












Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 30

Issue 30: November 1993

A4 glossy colour cover, 20 pages

Brain Damage are the first to break the news of the 1994 Floyd tour, there is a report from the 1993 Cowdrey Park charity concert, a look at the Syd Barrett "Crazy Diamond" box set and a thorough investigation into The Dark Side Of The Moon! The poster is the British Winter Tour 1974 one - no, not the characature one, but a Nick Mason designed "Do it yourself full colour poster": a paint-by-numbers effort!

 
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