Pulse! was a tabloid magazine published by Tower Records which contained record reviews, interviews and advertising. Initially, it was given away free in their stores to promote their record sales. After nine years, in 1992, the magazine began national distribution with a cover price of $2.95, but was cancelled when the company discontinued U.S. operations.
- 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
- Cindy Vincent (24 April 2001), Tower Records' magazine full of information ([dead link]), The State Hornet
- Pulse gives rock lovers their money's worth, Sacramento Bee, January 28, 1992
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