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Written on: 02/11/2008 by blondiefan (1 review written)
Overall a great thoroughly great read as it is missed dearly, the overall content was great, the interviews and i love the editors take on the publication with a huge amount of wit… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/04/2006 by llee1987 (1 review written)
Smash Hits! Is arguably the best and most successful 'pop' magazine ever made. In 1978 SH! Magazine was created following the collapse of Melody Maker. SH! Was extremely successful between 1980 and 1990 when pop music was the most listened to music within the UK. Many people believe that SH! Magazine is the most influential glossy magazine in the last 25 years. The whole point of the magazine was for ordinary people to be able to relate with celebrities on a personal level. Every issue of the… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/12/2005 by MissLoveLinkinPark (4 reviews written)
Smash Hits is my favourite music magazine at the moment. It has some good music and movie reviews, and it is also a good up-to-date resource for the teens of the world. I especially liked the Fort Minor information because I am a fan of Linkin Park and Fort Minor. But there is always a problem, and it's happening to most of the teen girl magazines and also Smash Hits - TOO MUCH SIMPLE PLAN!!! Some people are getting REALLY sick of reading about Simple Plan! Despite that, this magazine rocks!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/09/2005 by Chris2109 (1 review written)
"Smash hits" is a magazine which includes topics about fashion, music, and stars. It is written for teenagers between 12-16 years. You can find many pictures in the magazine, and on the cover. The layout of the magazine is marked by big headlines, big photographs and bright colours. This magazine has got about 60 pages. The format is in A4, and it costs £2. If you want to buy it you can get it every two weeks.
Our opinion is: - It's a bit too expensive
- If you are… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/02/2005 by Simone Silcock (1 review written)
Smash Hits - The magazine in itself is a quite fun magazine to read and there are quite a lot of good reviews on it, but I, in this one, will target most of its bad points although there are hardly any to review on… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/09/2004 by cilamc (1 review written)
I must contribute to this! Smash Hits is probably the best pop magazine around, but in its heyday, between about 1980 and 1990, it was an extraordinary thing, really. It was witheringly witty (i.e., getting Morrissey to slate the singles "Alphaville should have been drowned at birth..."), and as bizarre as anything the surrealists came up with (editions would be themed around things like fish or space travel with ridiculous references to such popping up throughout). They clearly took the mick… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/07/2004 by Nikki001 (39 reviews written)
Smash Hits is a really up to date magazine aged at 11 and over.
It tells you about all the latest Films and CDs, and does advertisements that are actually good.
Each page is packed full with loads of stuff on stars. Smash Hits does an A to Z on your favourite stars, and loads of cool new ringtones and great pictures to put as a screensaver, but make sure you fallow the instructions.
Smash Hits also shows you loads of funky new hairstyles plus what products you can use to make your hair go like… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/05/2004 by smashhits (1 review written)
Smash Hits magazine is cool and comes with cool free stuff… Read Full Review
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" Excellent mag.covers most bases,without being biased,not just on th... " Read More