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Following our first rewarding trip into the NME archives, The Best Of The 1970s is another essential collection of incredible stories from the back pages of Britain’s premier music paper.

This second edition of our classic NME interviews series travels covers glam upstarts, stadium giants and punk revolutionaries. Don’t miss a boisterous session with Bowie, Lou Reed and Iggy Pop; on the road adventures with Springsteen, Led Zeppelin and Bob Marley; a studio visit to see Queen perfect “Bohemian Rhapsody”; and some wild tales from the early days of punk… Would you trust Sid Vicious as a babysitter?

Relive it all with The NME Interviews: The Best Of The 1970s.

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