Our current issue, Q304, is an extra-special one: it's our 25th birthday.
To mark the occasion the magazine boasts 25 different covers featuring 25 different acts who are currently shaping music.
Each day, we'll be printing an exclusive extract from one of the 25 cover interviews.
Today, it's the turn of Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl who says he believes his old grunge rivals Pearl Jam could now be more influential than his old band Nirvana.
Asked if there is a record more influential Nevermind over the last 25 years, Grohl says: "Absolutely, are you kidding me? Do you know how many people single like Eddie Vedder now? I didn't hear too many bands after Nirvana that sounded like Nirvana. I heard a lot of the bands that sounded like Pearl Jam And by the way, hell? OK Computer? That's not considered hugely influential? Please!"
Come back tomorrow for another exclusive cover story extract from Q304.
To get your favourite cover head to Greatmagazines.co.uk/Q25 and grab the artists of your choice while stocks last.
10:00 AM | 04/10/2011
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