The new Duran Duran? asks Smash Hits of their cover stars The Power Station. You may recognise a few Duran Duran faces in the band.
As you open the magazine, there is a poster of Paul King, the lead singer of the band King.
Smash Hits has noticed a recent trend in recent weeks, of stars such as Andrew Ridgeley, Boy George, Steve Strange and Eurythmics all wearing tartan.
Pat Benatar is interviewed as she enters the final weeks of pregnancy.
In Reviews, new singles by Cliff Richard, The Smiths, The Stranglers, Mick Jagger and Kim Carnes are all reviewed.
Phil Collins is interviewed, where he reveals that John Taylor from Duran Duran is a fan of Genesis.
Cover stars The Power Station get a three page feature.
Wham! have recently toured Asia, and Smash Hits covers this with a two page photo feature.
Mick Jagger gets profiled as he gets set to release his debut solo album at the age of 44, lying in bed in a hotel room when Smash Hits came to visit.
Terry Hall gets interviewed as he launches his third band (after The Specials and Fun Boy Three) The Colourfield, with the headline OLD MISERY GUTS IS BACK.
Concert Reviews sees Smash Hits go to see New Order and Chaka Khan in action.