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The Most Wanted Man In Pop: Trevor Horn

Fiona Russell Powell, Face, The, March 1982

"Why does pop music have to be so naff?" asks TREVOR HORN, whose production work for Dollar, ABC and Spandau Ballet is an unequivocal answer to his own question. FIONA RUSSELL POWELL talks to the runaway Buggle who has rapidly overtaken Martin Rushent as "the hippest record producer of the year".

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