Speakout magazine was distributed by The Leeds Permanent Building Society in the late 1980's in the UK. The magazine was freely available to customers visiting their office branches and was also mailed out to account holders. (BasketCase @ zappateers)

1986 Summer/Autumn

No. 6


By Pete Crowther, 2 pp (unpaged)

Frank Zappa is something of a paradox.

On the one hand, he is an established and extremely respected musician throughout the entire music industry, while on the other he is an outspoken – possibly even feared – critic of that industry. And now he has taken on American society at large, through his well-publicised verbal battles with the Parents’ Music Resource Center (PMRC), a Senate subcommittee investigating ‘rock’ music’s alleged harmful effects on young people. (read more)

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