A new edition of "Is That The 12 Inch Remix" has been printed, which features John von Ahlen of Parralox, as well as a foreword by Martyn Ware (Heaven 17) and contributions by Marsheaux, Simon Le Bon, Neil Tennant, Rusty Egan, Tony King (PWL) and many, many more. Also includes an afterword by Classic Pop magazine editor-at-large Ian Pell. The new edition is 20,000 words longer than the first edition and available right now.
Here's the blurb:
"Everyone knows someone who is obsessed with music; that is if they're not obsessed themselves. Whether it is impossible for you to step inside the car without turning on the stereo, or whether you just have to have every mix, remix and variation of every release by your favourite artist, you'll be able to comprehend what this book is about. This book covers the music scene in the 1980s when record companies suddenly cottoned on to the idea of creative marketing, seen through the eyes of Rob Grillo, and several other obsessive fans of '80s music. With a foreword by Martyn Ware (Heaven 17 / The Human League) this is an expanded and thoroughly remixed new edition of the original book, which was entitled 'Is That The 12" Mix?'."
It's out now on Amazon. Grab a copy (or two) >> https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1530339480
Special thanks to Rob Grillo.