Rolling Stone


Italian edition of Rolling Stone Published in Italy since 1980. After ceasing publication in 1982, it was relaunched in November 2003. Another relaunch was in September 2014. (wikipedia)
The Italian edition of Rolling Stone focuses more on rock music than what’s sold in stores in the Unites States, covers much less electronic music, and doesn’t seem to give a fuck about what the parent company is doing.  (Do Androids Dance?)

1980 June 28

Vol. 1 No. 6


Zappa contro l'esercito (Zappa against the army)
By James Henke, 1 p

  Automatic translation: "It is a sad fact of American life that everything is entrusted to the whims of someone who reckons and covers his ass to keep his job." (read more)

Source: Fulvio Fiore 


2013 December

No. 122


Frank Zappa: Un sagittario nell'ultimo mondo
By Ilaria Ravarino, pp 38-49

2014 September

No. 1


On the back cover is another one genealogy of musical genres scheme with a group of performers titled "?": Zappa, Can, Captain Beefheart.