Bringing you[who?] the bad boys of rock 'n' roll, Vive Le Rock embodies the culture it writes about rather than just aspiring to it. Its basic editorial proposition consists every month of sections including news – and introduction pages, album, book, DVD as well as live reviews and gig listings. With regard to features, Vive Le Rock provides in-depth portraits of the greatest bad boys[clarification needed] of rock 'n' roll, containing ten-page cover features. Each issue comes with a free themed, fifteen-track CD of the coolest new cats on the block and the legends that paved the way. With the editorial concept of an authentic and independent approach to the finest of rock 'n' roll music, Vive Le Rock embodies the punk ethos in the way that it marches to the beat of its own drum – passionate and profound about the world of the fanzine, engaging its readers on the subject they love the most. Featuring the likes of The Ramones, Madness, The Who, The Faces, Black Flag, Echo & The Bunnymen, New Order through to outlaws like Johnny Cash, Tom Waits and Jerry Lee Lewis, it writes about legends that have rock 'n' roll coursing through their veins. Alongside such classic bands, it covers new acts who've taken their lead from the '50s through to the '80s. So whether it's Rancid, Hank III or up-and-coming hell-raisers such as The Jim Jones Revue, The Vivian Girls or Wavves, they will all head the Vive Le Rock call to arms.Vive Le Rock provides an honest, grounded approach to its readers, using the strength of punk – a magazine that rather innovates than imitates. Serving up the best from 1960s, '70s, '80s and beyond, it covers music that is worth to be mentioned.