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The beat finally stops as iconic Newry record shop closes doors for last time.

‚Äč"In its heyday, queues of people also camped outside the store to get their hands on tickets for some of Ireland's biggest gigs." Suzanne McGonagle


Dave Harwood
05 Feb 2024 at 02:48
I found this advert in the 'Drogheda Independent' dated 4th April 1980:
“CARLIN RECORDS 1a HILL STREET, NEWRY Tel. 2878 (OPPOSITE THE MARKET). IRISH MONEY WELCOME - NO DEDUCTIONS! Special offer to all 'Dundalk Argus' and 'Drogheda Independent' readers . . . Bring this advert with you and we will give you an EXTRA BONUS DISCOUNT.”



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