MOJO magazine features cover article on Pepper’s 40th anniversary.

MOJO magazine is featuring another Beatle aniversary on the cover of their latest magazine. 


It looks like they go in-depth on all-things Peppery. All this is a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the rock masterpiece that we all know and love.

It looks like the issue also features a CD- The psychedelic materspiece re-recorded, starring Echo & The Bunnymen, Circulus, Fionn Regan, 747s & more…

Here is the tracklisting for the CD:

Sgt. Pepper…With A Little Help From His Friends
1. Simple Kid – Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club Band
2. Purto Muerto – With A Little Help From My Friends
3. Circulus – Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
4. Fionn Regan – Getting Better
5. 747s – Fixing A Hole
6. Unkle Bob – She’s Leaving Home
7. Bikeride – Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite
8. Stephanie Dosen – Within You Without You
9. Chin Up Chin Up – When I’m Sixty Four
10. Dave Cloud & The Gospel Of Power – Lovely Rita
11. The M’s – Good Morning Good Morning
12. Simple Kid – Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club Band (Reprise)
13. Captain – A Day In The Life
Bonus track
14. Echo & The Bunnymen – All You Need Is Love 

Get it from your local newstand now, or from Mojo’s website.


One Response

  1. RE: June Cover 2007

    Seems like the MOJO creative team are all dried up for inspiration. Using the image of Sri Vishnu, from the great Hindu epic the Mahabharata, to tackily and cheaply paste on the heads of rock idols not only screams of vulgar and crass commercial exploitation of sacred images to sell your magazine, but also a great insensitivity and disrespect to Hindus. Hindu art is deeply infused with spirituality and symbolism. Hindu art is also integral to Hindu spiritual expression, so have some respect for this medium which is referred to as ‘sacred’ for a reason. Just because Hindus are not re- known for hard- core reactions doesn’t mean that it is acceptable to exploit its themes. Afford Hindus the same respect as you would to any of the Abrhamic religions.

    Peace and Love,

    A Very Aghast Reader

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