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Video: Godfather of Punk Terri Hooley - even Kurt Cobain loved Belfast and my Good Vibrations record store


During the 1970s, Northern Ireland was seen as a musical wasteland and bands struggled because of religion and politics. There were almost nowhere to hear good music. Terri Hooley's Good Vibrations store and record label changed all that. Here he talks about his event-filled life and his run-ins with the law and paramilitaries. Credit: RED BULL MUSIC ACADEMY

 

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