Rock World


Rock World was an international short-living monthly magazine. Started in June 1992 and ceased by the end of 1993 (?). Rock World, directed by Jürgen Wigginghaus, was associated with his other magazines like Metal Hammer and had three editions: UK (started in June), German (started in July) and French (started in August).

1992 September

Vol. 1 Issue 4 


The Father of Invention
By Chris Welch, pp 34-35

"You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore!" screams his album cover, but FRANK ZAPPA has done it – on stage, on record and on film. On the release of the sixth and final volume of Zappa's 'greatest bits', CHRIS WELCH investigates a career that has produced some of the most challenging music and outrageous ideas of the rock epoch. (read more

Source: Fulvio Fiore


1992 December

Vol. 2 Issue 8


Frank Zappa "Playground Psychotics"
By Chris Welch, 1 p

 This double CD contains not only challenging performances by some of Frank's hottest versions of the Mothers Of Invention, but sneaky insights into the mutinous mutterings of his musicians. There are two hours and 12 minutes of pure Zappa entertainment to be found here, with the voices of Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman especially funny. (read more)

Source: Fulvio Fiore


1993 August

Vol. 2 Issue 8


Children Of The Revolution
By Colin Irwin, pp 20-22

Source: Fulvio Fiore