Sex Pistols
Never Mind The Bollocks

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

( 1977 ) -  2014 EU reissue on 180g vinyl +download -Comes with reproduction of original insert and vinyl is housed in rice paper lined sleeve. Recognizing that there's no such thing as bad publicity, manager-Svengali Malcolm McLaren molded the Sex Pistol

Label:  Universal 
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Release date: 18-02-201 (Originally released in 1977) 

2014 EU reissue on 180g vinyl +download -Comes with reproduction of original insert and vinyl is housed in rice paper lined sleeve. Recognizing that there's no such thing as bad publicity, manager-Svengali Malcolm McLaren molded the Sex Pistols into the most confrontational, nihilistic band rock & roll had ever seen. Propelled by Johnny Rotten's maniacal vocals, Steve Jones's buzz-saw guitar, and (most importantly) bass player Glen Matlock's hook-filled compositional skills, the Sex Pistols' early singles "Anarchy in the U.K." and "God Save the Queen" defined the raging style of British punk. By the time they recorded their lone 1977 album, Matlock had been bounced, replaced by the volatile Sid Vicious. Never Mind The Bollocks remains a bile-filled emblem of the times. Punk rock’s quintessential album, reissued here on 180g virgin vinyl LP.


Tracks:
A1     Holidays In The Sun
A2     Bodies
A3     No Feelings
A4     Liar
A5     Problems
A6     God Save The Queen

B1     Seventeen
B2     Anarchy In The U.K.
B3     Sub-Mission
B4     Pretty Vacant
B5     New York
B6     EMI

Recognizing that theres no such thing as bad publicity managerSvengali Malcolm McLaren molded the Sex Pistols into the most confrontational nihilistic band rock & roll had ever seen Propelled by Johnny Rottens maniacal vocals Steve Joness buzzsaw guitar and most importantly bass player Glen Matlocks hookfilled compositional skills the Sex Pistols early singles Anarchy in the UK and God Save the Queen defined the raging style of British punk By the time they recorded their lone 1977 album Matlock had been bounced replaced by the imagecorrect but utterly untalented and ultimately groupdooming Sid Vicious Not a 10th as good as the singles the album nontheless remains a bilefilled emblem of the times

The Sex Pistols only studio album Never Mind the Bollocks Heres the Sex Pistols was released in October of 1977. The Sex Pistols actually started with guitarist Steve Jones drummer Paul Cook and bass player Glen Matlock whom were in a bands together before The Sex Pistols and then were joined eventually by lead singer Johnny Rotten and lastly manager Malcolm McLaren
The mid1970s rock scene was at an ID crisis as laidback rock hard rock progressive rock and so forth were at a musical stronghold and then punk came when The Ramones released its debut album in 1976 Once The Ramones hit punk didnt take off here in the US like it did in England and then bands like The Clash The Damned The Jam and The Sex Pistols were the first crop of British punk bands
Johnny Rotten then decided to attack stadium bands by wearing an I HATE PINK FLOYD Tshirt despite the fact he later admitted to being a fan The Sex Pistols unlike the other punk bands were getting in trouble and getting banned pertty much all across England Then bass player Glen Matlock left the band as he wasnt punk enough so they replaced him with Sid Vicious a musician who couldnt play
When The Sex Pistols went to record its debut album with producer Chris Thomas famed for work with Roxy Music The Pretenders Pete Townshend Paul McCartney INXS and Pink Floyd and coproducer Bill Price Sid was not used on the album so Steve played bass on the first two tracks and Glen Matlock was brought back in as a session musician to complete the album

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Universal
Originally released: 1977
This release: 2014
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