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Good Vibrations started from a Belfast record shop of the same name run by Terri Hooley. The label specialized in Northern Irish punk bands of whom the Undertones became the best known after their debut single "Teenage Kicks" was championed by Radio 1 DJ John Peel. Famously he liked it so much he played it twice - and it remained one of his favourites until he died. Hooley went bankrupt in 1982, but managed to revive the label at the end of the 80s.


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Albums

BIG2

V/A - Ulster On A Thin Wire - LP

Comments: Unreleased

BIG4

Protex - Listening In - LP

Comments: Release originally cancelled, finally issued in 2001 - official?

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Singles

GOT1

Rudi - Big Time / No. One - 7"

Title Available

Comments: Pink or white wraparound sleeve, 3000 pressed

GOT4

Undertones - Teenage Kicks - 7"

Title Available

Comments: 4 track EP, most in white wraparound sleeve, also VERY rare yellow, green, pink & blue sleeves. Reissued several times, firstly on Sire

GOT7

V/A - Battle Of The Bands - 7"

Title Available

Comments: 2 x 7" in orange gatefold sleeve. Rudi, Outcasts, Idiots, Spider

GOT9

GOT10

Moondogs - She's Nineteen / Ya Don't Do Ya - 7"

Comments: White wraparound sleeve

GOT12

Rudi - I Spy - 7"

Comments: 4 track EP

GOT14

PBR Streetgang - The Big Day - 7"

Comments: 1-sided flexi-disc

GOT24

GOT29

Beekeepers - Howl EP - 12"

Comments: 4 track EP

GVI GOT1

Bears - Insane / Decisions - 7"

Comments: Wraparound sleeve

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