The Big Number Two

NOW ON SALE: The bumper second issue of Crying All The Way To The Chip Shop: The Magazine (really must come up with a better word than Blogazine). A massive 44 full-colour pages packed with pictures and writing pulled from the best of my blog posts in mostly updated, rewritten, and improved versions. Featuring…



Teen angst!


More pin-ups!

All this yummy graphic goodness can be yours for a mere $9.25 or $2.99 for a digital version (which is free if you buy a print copy).

See more and buy it here.

Download: Art For Art’s Sake – 10cc (mp3)

Coming Attractions

It’s taken way too long but I’ve finally produced a second issue of Crying All The Way To The Chip Shop: The Magazine.

Featuring more pages, more words, more pictures (and costing more money as a result I’m afraid), and more razzamatazz! than the first one, I hope you think it was worth the time and effort.

On sale soon!

Download: Papercuts – Broadcast (mp3)

The Magazine of The Blog

I mentioned recently that I was working on a secret, blog-related project, well this is it (drumroll):

Crying All The Way To The Chip Shop — The Magazine.

Regular readers of this here blog will know that I’m often moaning about digital technology and how it lacks the tactile, touchy-feely warmth of “real” things like books and records, so — using my day-job skills as a designer — I’ve gone and produced a “real” thing, a “Greatest Hits” collection of my favourite blog posts (some rewritten) presented in a 32-page, full-colour magazine, featuring…

…lots to read…

…lovely photos by Ally


…more records…

… and pin-ups!

This was made using HP’s terrific on-demand printing service MagCloud and can be yours for a measly $6.75 (plus shipping), BUT if you buy before May 8th it’s an even more measly $5.15. You lucky people. And for those of you that way inclined you can also buy a digital version for viewing on your fancy tablet things and computer whatnots.

So go ahead, treat yourself and buy it here (where you can also see a preview of the whole thing), you won’t regret it. At least I hope you won’t, the damn thing took me bloody ages to do.

What’s it all about?

The sentimental musings of an ageing expat in words, music, and pictures. Mp3 files are up for a limited time so drink them while they're hot. Contact me: lee at londonlee dot com





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