Saturday, March 6, 2010

Fast Forward Issue 10 Cassette Magazine

Issue 10 and more fantastic stuff from Fast Forward.
Steve has lost the original Magazine and cassette for this
issue so if anyone can help please do.

01 - Intro
02 - The Chemicals - Laughing Strip
03 - Mental As Anything - Golf Shoes
04 - Greedy Smith - Cooking With...
05 - Mark Lane - Reflections
06 - Patrick Gibson & Michael Tee - Interview
07 - With A Lie - What Poison
08 - Human Backs - Kettle Of Fish
09 - Plays With Marionettes - Kelter Kelter
10 - Plays With Marionettes - Interview
(includes exerpt from Swing Swing Swing)
11 - Drop Bears - Fun Loving
12 - Our Fab HM Chart
13 - Johnny Topper - The Case Of Missing
Leave It To Beaver Pt 6 (Final)
14 - Fattish Fettishists - Slapping flesh
15 - The Clash - Interview
16 - Thealonian Music - Patty And Cathy In Greenland
17 - Phil Perkins - Este's Request
18 - Laurie Anderson - Interview
19 - Jumbo Zen - Self Contained
20 - The Fabulous Marquises - Young Turks
21 - Battle Of Bacillus Part 2
22 - The Birthday Party - Interview
23 - The New Five - No Emotion
24 - Mr Badass - Subscription Rap

Download Here
Part 1
Part 2


Baskingshark said...

Here's a link to photocopies of the FF Issue 010 booklet:

Unfortunately, due to the booklet sheets being a bit larger than A4, some of each 2nd page has been clipped.

But, in the absence of proper scans, I guess they're better than nothing.

Cheers Steve

Baskingshark said...

Hi Bob,
Here's the artwork for the last two issues of Fast Forward (012 & 013):

Cheers, Steve

Bob, Brisbane, Australia said...

Thanks Steve, fantastic work!

Graham said...

Well, no one else responded so here's a link to my rip of the tracks for FF10.

Side 1

Side 2

Fast Forward was always a good listen/package. In hindsight I think they worked better the more parochial they were, but I could see why interviewing The Clash must have seemed like a coup.

Bruce Milne, one of the brains behind these tapes, was in the news here in Melbourne a few weeks ago, when new government legislation upgrading security required when presenting live music forced him to end live bands at The Tote hotel in Collingwood.

Bob, Brisbane, Australia said...

Thanks Graham I hadn't noticed I'd forgotten to upload this

chuck said...

Thanks graham for the upload.I saw that spot on the Tote on 7:30 report.. even had dave graney out giving his support.. Im not a huge fan of anarchy but sometimes govts just get it wrong, and by the time they re-address their mistakes whole subcultures have been murdered and business ppl go broke.
transcript of news spot found here -

Bruce Milne should be recognised as an australian godfather to independent music in this country! Sadly not as well known outside of melbourne as he should be.
Ill send over some stuff to Bob soon for an AU-GO-GO post for stripey fans.

Graham said...

Ah, I took your note about losing the cassette as indicative of a problem. Cheers.