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NEW! From the team behind the world’s only high-voltage rock’n’roll magazine comes Classic Rock's 200 Best Rock Albums Of The 70s.

Featuring albums from such giants as Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, Black Sabbath, Rush and The Doors as well as such lesser lights as Mountain, Budgie and Hawkwind, in this app you'll discover:

- 200 album reviews by Classic Rock's dedicated rock writers - that's over 16,000 words!

- Bonus features from the Classic Rock archive, including exclusive interviews with the likes of Queen, Alice Cooper, Grand Funk Railroad and more

- Preview audio clips of classic tracks plus download links to buy

- Interactive text, audio and images

- An exclusive foreword by Ozzy Osbourne!

Whether you like punk, glam, metal, prog, blues or southern rock, Classic Rock's 200 Best Rock Albums Of The 70s is the perfect rock app for you!



Classic Rock magazine is a turbo-charged, high-voltage rock’n’rollathon of a magazine.

Every month it’s packed with exclusive interviews and features on rock’s biggest names, and includes the heftiest rock reviews section on the planet.

In an average month, you’ll find over 150 albums reviewed, all from the ever-varied, multi-faceted world of rock.

Just as you don’t expect to find a review of Velvet Revolver or Iron Maiden or The Who in a hip-hop or dance music mag, equally Classic Rock is a rock magazine. If rock’s what you like, that’s what we got. Narrow but deep.

Classic Rock’s front section called The Dirt dishes up just that: all the news and views you need to know, including profiles of new bands to look out for and interviews with returning heroes.

Oh, and that’s not forgetting the CD or DVD with every issue.

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