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Brain Damage Magazine - The History (part 4) Print E-mail

The final days of Brain Damage Magazine (sob) when it disappeared, along with Jeff Jensen - if anyone has contact details for Jeff, we'd love to have them. Here you go - those final, lovingly prepared covers...
 
Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 31

Issue 31: January 1994

A4 glossy colour cover, 20 pages

Lots of exclusive (and some not so exclusive) information relating to the new album (to become The Division Bell) and the accompanying tour. Tentative album titles are said to be: "Awake To The Sense Of Reality", "Awake On The Verge Of Insanity", "Above The Water", and "Waiting For The Sun". Confirmation as well that Rick was officially back with the band, and despite persistent heavy rumours, Roger was NOT! There's also a close look at The Wall movie. The poster is a nice Mason drawn ad for Relics.










Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 32

Issue 32: April 1994

A4 glossy colour cover, 20 pages

Plenty of information regarding the extensive 1994 tour, and early information about The Division Bell album. There's a look back at all the activity from 1993, a piece on The Final Cut, a look at the 1971 Australian tour. No poster but a big concert review just for subscribers.












Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 33

Issue 33: May 1994

A4 glossy colour cover, 20 pages

The main subject of this issue was, naturally, the Division Bell tour - plenty of facts, pictures, reviews and more. Promoted is the second BD convention, and the poster is a live shot from Milwaukee 1975.












Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 34

Issue 34: August 1994

A4 glossy colour cover, 28 pages

As with issue 33, plenty more on the tour and associated activities. There's an exclusive interview with Ron Geesin, plenty of tour reports with colour pictures this time, and yet more book and record releases to part you from your money. The poster is of the Chicago concert, July 1994.












Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 35

Issue 35: March 1995

A4 glossy colour cover, 28 pages

Lots of coverage of the 1994 events, including detail of the Earls Court seat collapse. There's a feature on The Wall animation cels, a big feature on the European shows of the previous year, and even more rarities released! The poster is from London, October 1994.












Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 36

Issue 36: July 1995

A4 glossy colour cover, 28 pages

Plenty of news (of course!), a great piece relating the correspondence between Mason and a reviewer - responding to criticisms in inimitable Mason style! There's a piece about the Publius Enigma, a HUGE article about the Floyd airship, and plenty more. The poster is from the Camden Arts Festival, May 1969.












Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 37

Issue 37: November 1995

A4 glossy colour cover, 28 pages

Included in this issue - the self-proclaimed "No Batteries Needed Pink Floyd Magazine" (in a nod to the band's latest release) - is a good look at PULSE, and more on the Publius Enigma. There's a retrospective look at 1994, and the poster is a piece of fan art contributed by a reader.












Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 38

Issue 38: March 1996

A4 glossy colour cover, 28 pages

Another piece on Ca Ira, a big exclusive interview with Nick Mason, a big exclusive interview with Marc Brickman regarding Publius, a review of a Wall concert, and plenty more good stuff. The poster is one of the five-piece Floyd shots from 1968.












Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 39

Issue 39: October 1996

A4 glossy colour cover, 32 pages

Included in this issue was a brief interview with Rick, a full run through of "The Committee" film, a look at the connections between PF and the Rolling Stones, a big feature on US PF-related radio shows on CD, a nice piece on the original storyboards for The Wall movie, and all the normal stuff. The poster was a "colour yourself" cartoon of Pink Floyd, celebrating the 1994 tour.











Brain Damage, International Pink Floyd Magazine, Issue 40

Issue 40: May 1997

A4 glossy colour cover, 32 pages

Despite the optimistic tone in the Editorial welcome, talking of Brain Damage's expansion, the sad truth was that this was to be the final issue. Not all of us were aware of this... Anyway, the mag features pictures of David at the Tibetan concert in July 1996, a long look at the More movie, a review of Broken China, but most importantly, a long exclusive interview with Malcolm Jones, conducted shortly before his sad departure from this world. The poster was a cartoon strip showing various flying pig positions!

And that was that...until Brain Damage came back into everyone's lives courtesy of the Internet! We hope you enjoy the current form that Brain Damage takes - any comments or suggestions on how we can make it better will, of course, be most gratefully received!

 
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