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THE DEATH OF PRINT JOURNALISM: MACCA-BE EDITION

The legendary Sir Paul McCartney graces the cvoer of our latest print edition. The Cute Beatle will have a nifty chart bow with his 17th solo album, Egypt Station (Capitol), and continues to demonstrate his vigor and musical adventurousness at age 76, with a new tour in the offing. We’re sure he wishes that, rather than agreeing to appear on the cover of our decidedly un-Fab publication, he’d just let it be.

Eminem has come roaring back with the surprise drop of Kamikaze, which has delivered a massive #1 bow for Shady/Aftermath/Interscope. The set, a furious return to Rap Godhead for the hip-hop trailblazer, is streaming and selling up a storm. Yet the ertswhile Slim Shady would probably rather land his plane anywhere other than on the dubious tarmac of our Contents page.

MARTY'S NOTE TO
THE TROOPS
A 12-year run is coming to an end. (9/18a)
MEMO FROM JON
Platt heading to Sony/ATV. (9/17a)
THE MORPHING MEANING OF A&R
Tina, Tubby, Steven, Derrick and Tim weigh in. (9/17a)
CHART STORY: ONE NATION UNDER STATION
McCartney's first #1 debut. (9/17a)
NEW RELEASES,
CARRIED FORWARD
Sitting "Pretty." (9/18a)
RAINMAKERS
The ones making history now.
WHO'S NEXT?
Who will be the next big pub and label players?
THOUGHTS ON LUNCH?
Like, will it ever get here?
THE KIDS
They're leaning on the button.
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