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Boris Noris (possibly)

Nameless record shop, 105 St James Street, Brighton, West Sussex, 2004 and 2014 • Rather mysterious nameless record shop which shortly after the 2014 photos were taken became Fairydust Bakery. In the older pics you can just see the name ‘O’Neills’ in the blue paint; but this site calls it Boris Noris, a Dorset term meaning ‘to go on recklessly without thought to risk or decency’. This 2008 web page listing Brighton’s old record store locations doesn’t mention it at all, however.

Nameless record shop

2004

Nameless record shop

2014

Nameless record shop

2014

Nameless record shop

2004

Nameless record shop

2004

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