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Issue no. 2. Side-stapled self-wraps, 21 by 29.5 cm, 20 pp. incld. wraps, illus. Good with corner wear and creases and some oily stains on the front and back covers. Another in a line of more literate new wave zines, Blam! features lengthy interviews with the Au Pairs on their debut album, Top of the Pops, American distro, and Modern English on recording contracts, distro, and 4.A.D. There is a short interview Flux of Pink Indians and lyrics for their pro-vegetarian song “Sick Butchers,” and a short interview with Barry Lamb and Pete Ashby of Frenzid Melon, as well as a history of Josef K—a Scottish post-punk group named after Kafka’s protagonist in The Trial. Album releases, and show reviews for Depeche Mode, The Cure, The Adicts, and Siouxsie and the Banshees.