I am about two-thirds through and have learned a few things that I didn't know, which, as a hard-core stan, pleasantly surprised me. I hadn't realised that Johan Renck directed "Love at First Sight"; didn't know that "Cowboy Style" was about Stephane Sednaoui; and had no idea that the Manics' intervention in IP was due to the record company's insistence after she had completed the album - it would have been so much more consistent without their songs. She must be so angry about that. As an American, also hadn't realised that "Confide in Me" was kept out of Number 1 by Whigfield?!?! The magazine is periodically driving me crazy, though, with its multiple obvious factual mistakes/omissions. Clearly hard-core fans are reading it, so what is the point of lying/smoothing over things? It is infuriating, because I'll be in the zone reading it, only to be ripped out of it by lies/mistakes every few pages.