Wendy James of Transvision Vamp is the cover star of Smash Hits, having broken into the charts during 1989.
As you open the magazine, there is a poster of Fleetwood Mac and Rolling Stones haters The Reynolds Girls.
Smash Hits asks various pop stars if they are O-Zone friendly. Simon Le Bon states that the situation is “Bloody frightening”.
A Spokesperson for Prince Charles says he has given up using O-Zone damaging products.
Jim Kerr of Simple Minds will be hosting a show on Radio 1 about ecological concerns. There is also a cut out letter to send to lobby the Minister for the Environment.
Nathan Moore of Brother Beyond is subject to a questionnaire asking if he is a thug or a weed, with the result putting him in the middle.
There was a token for readers to get free badges – Kylie Minogue, Yazz, Rick Astley and Michael Jackson.
Smash Hits previews Madonna’s new album with a poster and an interview. The interview isn’t with Madonna, but the Songwriters she worked with on the album.
As well as hosting a show on Radio 1, Jim Kerr and his band Simple Minds have a new single out, This Is You Land, which gets the Lyrics Poster treatment.
Cover star Wendy James gets a two page interview, with the headline asking if she is the new Kylie Minogue, revealing that she was suspended from school for knocking over chairs in assembley.
Holly Johnson is the Singles Reviewer, wanting to sit on the fence for songs he doesn’t like such as Texas, Kylie Minogue and Cher. He awarded Best Single to I’m Every Woman by Chaka Khan.
There is a feature on Duran Duran, as they try to regain their status as biggest band in the world.
The magazine ends with a poster of The Bangles.