Rolling Stone

Here is the complete list of Rolling Stone issues (with cover pictures) that include Hunter S. Thompson’s articles. The list and cover pictures are in chronological order. Also with article titles.

Issue 67, Oct 1st 1970 – The Battle of Aspen.

Issue 81, Apr 29th 1971 – Strange Rumblings in Aztlan.

Issue 95, Nov 11th 1971 – Fear and Laoathing in las Vegas part 1.

Issue 96, Nov 25th 1971 – Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas part 2.

Issue 99, Jan 6th 1972 – Fear and Loathing in Washington. Is this Trip necessary?

Issue 101, Feb 3rd 1972 – Fear and Loathing in Washington. The Million Pound Shithammer.

Issue 103, Mar 2nd 1972 – Fear and Loathing in New Hampshire.

Issue 104, Mar 16th 1972 – The View From key Biscayne.

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Issue 106, Apr 13th 1972 – Fear and Loathing. The Banshee Screams in Florida.

Issue 107, Apr 27th 1972 – Fear and Loathing in Wisconsin. Bad News From Bleak House.

Issue 108, May 11th 1972 – Fear and Loathing: late News From Bleak House.

Issue 110, June 8th 1972 – Crank-Time on the Low Road.

Issue 112, July 12th 1972 – Fear and Loathing in California. Traditional Politics with a Vengeance.

Issue 113, July 20th 1972 – Fear and Loathing: In the Eye of the Hurricane.

Issue 115, Aug 17th 1972 – Fear and Loathing in Miami: Old Bulls Meet the Butcher.

Issue 118, Sep 28th 1972 – More Fear and Loathing in Miami: Nixon Bites the Bomb.

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Issue 120, Oct 26th 1972 – Fear and Loathing: The Fat City Blues.

Issue 121, Nov 9th 1972 – Ask Not for Whom the Bell Tolls. Re-Elect the President.

Issue 128, Feb 15th 1973 – Fear and Loathing at the Super Bowl: No Rest for the Wretched.

Issue 138, July 5th 1973 – TimeWarp: Campaign 72.

Issue 140, Aug 2nd 1973 – Memo from the Sports Desk and Rude notes from a Decompression Chamber.

Issue 144, Sep 27th 1973 – Fear and Loathing at the Watergate: Mr Nixon Has Cashed His Cheque. Speculation at Owl Farm: Is 50% the Hump?

Issue 155, Feb 28th 1974 – Fear and Loathing at the Super Bowl.

Issue 164, July 4th 1974 – Fear and Loathing in Washington: It was a Nice Place. They Were Principled People, Generally.

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Issue 171, Oct 10th 1974 – Fear and Loathing in Limbo: The Scum also Rises.

Issue 187, May 22nd 1975 – Indirected Dispatch from the Global Affairs Desk.

Issue 214, June 3rd 1976 – Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail 76.

Issue 254, Dec 15th 1977 – The Banshee Screams for Buffalo Meat.

Issue 264, May 4th 1978 – Last Tango in Vegas.

Issue 265, Mat 18th 1978 – Fear and Loathing in the Far Room.

Issue 400-401 (Double issue) A Dog Took my Place.

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Issue 429, Aug 30th 1984 – The Sequins were Michael’s Idea.

Issue 447, May 9th 1985 – Dance of the Doomed.

Issue 590, Nov 1st 1990 – Welcome to the Ninties: Gunfight at the Gonzo Corral.

Issue 605, May 30th 1991 – The Taming of the Shrew.

Issue 622, Jan 23rd 1992 – Fear and Loathing in Elko.

Issue 632, June 11th 1992 – Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Return to the Heart of  the American Dream.

Issue 639, Sep 17th 1992 – The Rolling Stone Interview. Bill Clinton.

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Issue 684, June 16th 1994 – He was a Crook. Kicking Nixon while he’s up.

Issue 686 and 687 ,(Double Issue) July 14th 1994 – Trapped in Mr Bills Neighborhood.

Issue 697, Dec 15th 1994 – Polo is my Life.

Issue 740, Aug 8th 1996 – Mistah Leary He Dead. (Page 14)

Issue 748, Nov 28th 1996 – Fear and Loathing in las Vegas (revisit)

Issue 762,  June 12th 1997 – Proud Highway.

Issue 769,  Sep 18th 1997 – The Shootist.

Issue 782,  Mar 19th 1998 – Memo fro the National Affairs Desk.

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Issue 812, May 13th 1999 – Hey Rube! I love you.

Issue 961, Nov 11th 2004 – The Fun-Hogs in the Passing Lane.

Issue 970, Mar 24th 2005 – My Brother in Arms. Hunter S. Thompson Tribute.

Issue 1036, Oct 4th 2007 – Growing up Gonzo. Hunter S. Thompson Tribute.

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Join the conversation! 2 Comments

  1. Thanks for the compilation! Just picked up #155 for $4.99

  2. Just curious,at what publication # did RS go from a “newspaper” style publication to the more modern magazine style?

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