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Pulse! was a tabloid magazine published by Tower Records which contained record reviews, interviews and advertising.[1] Initially, it was given away free in their stores to promote their record sales.[2] After nine years, in 1992, the magazine began national distribution with a cover price of $2.95,[3] but was cancelled when the company discontinued U.S. operations.


  1. ^ Joel Selvin (October 19, 2006), For S.F. rockers, Tower Records was where it was all happening -- now the party's over, San Francisco Chronicle 
  2. ^ Cindy Vincent (24 April 2001), Tower Records' magazine full of information ([dead link]), The State Hornet 
  3. ^ Pulse gives rock lovers their money's worth, Sacramento Bee, January 28, 1992