People: Sep. 16, 1996


Josie and the Pussycats, tune up your guitars! In a year of reunions by such aging former stadium fillers as the Sex Pistols, Kiss and the Who, it's only right that the Monkees, the one band to start in TV and then go to the recording studio, should be back. Sure enough, Justus, the very first album written, performed and produced entirely by the Monkees, will be out in October. Why would a bunch of fiftysomethings go back to the studio when they're getting six-figure royalties from their early work? "I don't know," says MIKE NESMITH, who had...

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