Return of Free Posters in the NME sign now

For many years now, NME Magazine has been, for most, the greatest source of news, reviews, information and, quite frankly, of everything to do with 'good' music today. Every week, the NME crew manage to churn out this top quality, brilliantly witty, entertainment-packed mag filled with unique, quirky little extras and expert opinions on the stuff us music fans want to hear. No Busted. No Britney. No Westlife. Never do you find such cringe-worthy twoddle crammed in the pages of this much-loved, British magazine.

One of the things so appealing about it was the great selection of interestingly themed posters which the readers received weekly. Posters involving pictures which could not be found elsewhere, that were of a more than decent size and on that lovely, glossy paper. Thousands of readers decorated their walls with these mini-masterpieces every week. Until just recently, when, to readers shock and dismay, they were removed completely from the centre of NME Magazine.

The magazine remains to be of good quality and is still our number one source of music gossip. But, we feel there is an empty space in the middle of it all. Quite literally. Now with posters only being brought out on special occasions, for example the 'Cool List' or the Christmas Special calendar, it's just not the same.

We strongly feel NME Magazine should once again distribute those beyond brilliant posters weekly, for the good of readers sanity and, of course, bedroom walls. Any positive action taken regarding this request will be much appreciated.

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