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Time Off

Time Off was a free weekly tabloid-sized music magazine (street press) that was originally distributed in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The magazine began on campus in 1976 at the University of Queensland as an initiative of co-editors Rob Cameron and Bruce Dickson, and was originally printed on A4 glossy stock. In the early '80s, Time Off began distribution off-campus as a now free, newsprint edition – and is still going strong in the 2020s. With a strong rock music bias, the magazine also focuses on cinema and the arts, and now has a separate dance music section.

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Meat Loaf: He should have been a talk-show host

Interview by Andrew Stafford, Time Off, 25 October 1995

AUTHOR'S NOTE: In late 1995 I interviewed Meat Loaf for a Brisbane street weekly, Time Off, on the release of his album Welcome To The Neighbourhood. It was an ...

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