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Missing Persons

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Missing Persons: Found In L.A.

Profile and Interview by Dave Zimmer, BAM, 5 November 1982

I MUST CONFESS something. Before even having heard Missing Persons produce a single note, I was attracted to the group because of a photograph I'd ...

I Find Missing Persons

Interview by John Mendelsohn, Creem, March 1983

THE GERM OF THE union that would one day become countless hundreds of thousands of fans' favorite new New Wavoid attraction of 1983 wriggled into ...

Eleganza: Got Pizzazz (If You Want It)

Column by John Mendelsohn, Creem, October 1983

IN THE MONTHS since its resuscitation, several hundred readers have written this column to ask what they should do with their hair. Would that Eleganza ...

Berlin: Love Life (Geffen); Missing Persons: Rhyme & Reason (Capitol)

Review by J. Kordosh, Creem, August 1984

I'VE HAD this idea that women are — by and large — pretty lousy singers when it comes to rock music. Especially nowadays, when about ...

Missing Persons and Berlin: Bimbo Rock

Profile and Interview by David Gans, Record, September 1984

Missing Persons and Berlin are less than the sum of their parts, so to speak ...

Boy Toy Rock: Sex Sirens of the Decade

Report by Ben Fong-Torres, San Francisco Chronicle, 21 April 1985

IF THE reports from her first concert in Seattle are any indication, you can expect Madonna to ask San Francisco, early in her show at ...

The Producers: Ken Scott

Interview by Chas de Whalley, International Musician & Recording World, January 1986

Ken Scott muses on his journey from Bowie to Kajagoogoo. Chas de Whalley listens attentively ...


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