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Power Cuts
Dubwiser remembers:

"Powercuts: was it pre- or post-Yanks? A good ‘n cheap one stop shop if you liked your album covers with their corners cut off or a hole punched through; good for saving a bob or two and something to do with import duty...Bostocks in the Arndale was similar-ish but the sleeves were left intact.

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Record Shops of Greater Manchester
Artefact added : 12th February 2014
by Abigail
1963 Says –
Definitely post Yanks
COMMENT ADDED 14th February 2014
AnBaileNua18 Says –
Post-Yanks. And run by two Marillion-mad brothers (who we knew as "Graham and Graham's brother"). Can be seen in the front row of Marillion's "Live from Lorelei" festival video, and I remember meeting Fish there for a signing before his gig at the Apollo ca. 1989.
COMMENT ADDED 3rd November 2020
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