Formed by Ian Hanna (ex Acme) and Dee Wilson (ex Idiots) in the summer of 1982. Stuart Bailie (also ex Acme) joined a couple of months later. The original singer was Alison Gibney, who was later replaced by Lynda Henry.
Family of Noise recorded a single for Good Vibrations as part of the labels 1982 relaunch with Cruella De Ville and the Bank Robbers. Their debut gig was opening for the Bank Robbers at The Pound in September 1982. But Good Vibrations ran into financial trouble and filed for bankruptcy before the single could be released. It finally turned up on the Bloodstains Across Northern Ireland Vol.2 bootleg in 1998.
The band mutated into The Troubleshooters, with Hanna and Bailie pushing a more dance oriented approach, by which time Dee Wilson and Lynda Henry had both left.
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