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The Udder Limits:

How Glam Metal Helped End The Cold War

This engaging Rolling Stone feature from Saul Austerlitz revisits the 1989 Moscow Music Peace Festival, the Soviet Union's first true exposure to Western/glam rock and rol. Speaking to several of the principals involved in the festival, from organizer Doc McGhee to musicians like Ozzy Osbourne, Jon Bon Jovi and Tommy Lee, it's an interesting look back on a cultural oddity whose place in history has perhaps grown on reflection.