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Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks - 1977 Groundbreaking Punk - Canada Issue LP
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Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks


Warner Music Canada, 1977
Cat# BSK 3147
does not have pic inner sleeve
Record: VG++
Cover is VG+ VG++ slight ring wear


Tracks:

Side 1:

1 Holidays in the Sun
2 Bodies
3 No Feelings
4 Liar
5 Problems
6 God Save the Queen

Side 2:

1 Seventeen
2 Anarchy in the UK
3 Sub-mission
4 Pretty Vacant
5 New York
6 EMI

Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols was recorded between March and June 1977, in Wessex Studios, Highbury, London. The album featured Matlock on bass, redrafted as a session musician to compensate for Vicious' lack of musical ability. According to Jones: "Sid wanted to come down and play on the album, and we tried as hard as possible not to let him anywhere near the studio. Luckily he had hepatitis at the time". Although Vicious did record on one occasion, his contribution was later over-dubbed. Jones recalls: "We just let him do it, innit. When he left I dubbed another part on, leaving Sid's down low. It think it might be barely audible on the track".

Never Mind the Bollocks was released on 28 October 1977, to mixed reviews. Rolling Stone described the album positively, comparing the sound to "two subway trains crashing together under 40 feet of mud, victims screaming", and praised the band for playing "with an energy and conviction that is positively transcendent in its madness and feve Some critics, however, were disappointed that the album contained all four previously released singles, and considered the release to be effectively a "Greatest Hits" album. In recent years, the album has come to be commonly regarded to be one of the most influential rock albums of the last 40 years, and has been described as "one of the greatest, most inspiring rock records of all time".

The album title caused difficulties for the band. Boots, W.H. Smith and Woolworth's refused to stock the album, a Conservative MP condemned it as "a symptom of the way society is declining", and the Independent Television Companies Association refused to carry the album's TV advertising campaign.[44] In Nottingham a record outlet was threatened with prosecution for displaying "indecent printed matter". The case was overturned however, when defending QC John Mortimer produced expert witnesses, who were able to demonstrate that the word bollocks was a legitimate Old English term originally used to refer to a priest. Although the word in popular slang means testicles, in this context it is intended to signify 'nonsense'; the title had been unwittingly suggested by Steve Jones when, in response to bickering over possible titles, he exclaimed "Oh, never mind the bollocks of it all!"


Sex Pistols Live at 'The Screen on the Green' in Islington





The Sex Pistols - God Save the Queen





Sex Pistols - Anarchy In The UK 1976



Live at Sweden, 2 July 1977
I found this as 'part 1' . Very rare videos, shows the pistols at their best, even with the bad quality is far better than the US concerts.





Sid Vicious Interview


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