Playboy Magazine, April 2000

July 28, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, April 2000

The April 2000 issue of Playboy Magazine combines thrilling narratives, celebrity insights, tech updates, and music round-ups.

'Love and Death in the Desert' by Peter Alson takes you to Binion's Horseshoe, far from Las Vegas' glitter, to explore the gritty story of owner Ted Binion's murder trial involving his ex-stripper girlfriend and her new lover.

'Big Bizness' offers an unfiltered chat with Limp Bizkit's frontman Fred Durst, discussing his inspirations, challenges, and his take on the VH1 Behind the Music episodes. The piece by Alison Lundgren provides insights into Durst's creative process and personal life.

'Songs that Changed the World' is a unique compilation by Charles M. Young, where renowned artists like Brian Wilson, Philip Glass, Ronnie Spector, and Ghostface Killah share their favorite songs of the century and justify their choices.

Beth Tomkiw's 'I Want My MP3' delves into the MP3 revolution, detailing the latest software, hottest MP3 players, and top websites for free downloads.

20Q with Barry White, conducted by Julie Bain, unveils the journey of the 'gangster of love' from his gangster days to a profound transformation, punctuated by unique anecdotes.

In 'Bring on the Bandwidth', Ted C. Fishman discusses the impact of faster internet speeds on our net usage, including movie-quality webcasts, video chats, and engaging games.

The issue also brings 'The Year in Music', a comprehensive recap of the year's top hits from Ricky Martin, Mariah Carey, Dixie Chicks, and James Brown's induction into his own Hall of Fame.

The highlight is the 'Interview' segment featuring Rowland Evans and Robert Novak, the influential newspaper columnists. They discuss their experiences with JFK, Reagan, and the contemporary White House hopefuls in a conversation with David Sheff.

The April 2000 issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase online or in selected stores.

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