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Name: Paul Goldstraw
Comment: I remember the Pop-In in Antrim. I grew up in the town and was in the shop frequently. It was located on Church Street before moving to the Castle Centre. It was owned and operated by a man called Ronnie Miller.

“Much later on, Ronnie Miller’s Pop-In record shop in Antrim also took to stocking some T-shirts and bondage trousers."

The only other Northern Irish bag I spotted in the book was Pop-In in Antrim. I don't think I've seen the bag before and I don't think I was ever in the shop, I'd very little reason to visit Antrim, but I have seen their price stickers on various sleeves. The stickers feature a nice cheesy tag "More Sounds For Less Pounds!"




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