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Alternative Ulster, 11 Nov. 2003
For anyone with even a passing interest in Punk Rock this is a must have catalogue of an era in Northern Ireland where punk rock managed for a short time to bypass the troubles and provide an outlet for fun and creativity among the bomb sites of Belfast and Derry. Space is rightly given to the Undertones and Stiff Little Fingers as the most succesful acts to emerge from the scene, but more importantly the book includes just about everyone who had the courage to take up a guitar and get on stage.
A lasting memory for those who were there and an historic document for those who were not.