“Anarchy in the U.K.,” the debut single by the Sex Pistols, was released 40 years ago this week. Forty years is a long, long time; the difference between the “Anarchy” release date and today is the same as the difference between the …
A rare Sex Pistols 7-inch vinyl single sold for just under $20,000 at auction over the weekend, reports Whatsellsbest.com. The 35-year-old vinyl record is a 7-inch promotional record and features the band's seminal hit single, "God Save the …
“I heard that they wanted The Who to do it, they wanted Keith Moon to perform. But he’s only been dead 20 years,” said Glen Matlock, one of the four original Sex Pistols from 1975 to 1977, when he was replaced on bass guitar by John …
TULSA — Larry Shaeffer and Scott Munz already had taken a chance on the decaying Cain's Ballroom building. The two restored the aging music venue from its dilapidated condition in the late 1970s. Now they were about to take another …
Sometimes the best thing about a book is its cover. He’s willing to go into some detail about McLaren’s philosophical influences and penchant for situationist literature, but Scanlan seems unsure of how he wants to position McLaren in …
It was an affront of radical proportions, long before the Sex Pistols were even born. Emanating from the River Thames, the dregs of English society gathered one summer to torment the stiff, stately inhabitants of the Houses of Parliament on …
Does reduced promotional spending on Dairy Crest’s butter, as advertised by Sex Pistols singer Johnny Rotten, cast doubt on other punk rockers’ pension plans? …
Two of the credit cards from the series will feature artwork from the band's 1977 album Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols Photo by Virgin Money Sex Pistols' name and artwork will soon appear on a collection of credit …
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Sex Pistols memorabilia made headlines last year when the band’s manager’s son burned his Sex Pistols memorabilia collection worth millions. Joe Corre, son of former Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren and designer …