'Hung up' on Madonna - 24/7
She had originally been given an ASBO (anti social behaviour order) but had failed to comply with the terms so now she can 'Get into the Groove' in jail.
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Council bosses spent two years and around £20,000 of taxpayers' cash to silence noisy neighbour Tracey Kirby and her beloved stereo.
But even a court order to seize her hi-fi did not stop the 33-year-old mother of three - who hit back by borrowing another one.
Music collector Kirby went straight back to playing her favourite Madonna tracks again - to the fury of her long suffering neighbours who claimed her loud music is tantamount to 'torture.'
Now after breaching her ASBO 11 times, Kirby has finally been jailed for 90 days after the probation service said there was no way she would respond to a court order.
Kirby's next door neighbour Dave Schofield, 33, who shares his home with girlfriend Karen Lee, 28, and daughter Jordan-Louise, 11, said: 'This is the best news we've had in ages. It's just a shame it's not for longer. Me and my family will now be able to get back normal for a while.
'We just hope that she will learn her lesson, otherwise she will be straight back doing the same thing.
'It's just been a complete nightmare living next-door to this woman. We had hoped to have heard the last of her and got some good nights' sleep after they took her stereo away.
'But she got another stereo straight away and she was still playing music and still having her friends round.
'It's ridiculous that this woman can simply go out and get another stereo when her other one has been seized for being too noisy.'
He claimed she played Madonna and rave music at full blast at all times of the day and night and enjoyed her karaoke despite the fact that she 'obviously can't sing'.
'Our daughter woke up because her bed was vibrating from the noise - it was that loud,' continued Mr Schofield.
'It's affected Karen's work because she couldn't sleep at night and she is still tired in the morning.
'We have lived her for about four years and it has been going on for about three. This woman was all right at first but when it all started my daughter was only eight and she was frightened by all the shouting and swearing.
'We have been trying to stick it out and get her to move but police say their is not much hope of that because she owns the house. Her loud music is just torture to us.'
Kirby constantly blared out Madonna's biggest hits including Like a Virgin, Into the Groove and Hung Up.
Hyndburn Council's Night-time Noise Nuisance Team finally decided to take action after receiving a number of complaints, including one from a 93-year-old woman and a young mother with a baby.
She was eventually served with a noise abatement notice by the council in October 2006 after residents' 'noise diaries' showed she had continually pumped up the volume on rap music and Madonna songs.