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Kiss This

Sex Pistols Audio CD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (5 Oct 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Virgin
  • ASIN: B0000073PQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,584 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Anarchy in the UK
2. God Save the Queen
3. Pretty Vacant
4. Holidays in the Sun
5. I Wanna Be Me
6. Did You No Wrong
7. No Fun
8. Satellite
9. Don't Give Me No Lip, Child
10. Stepping Stone (I'm Not Your)
11. Bodies
12. No Feelings
13. Liar
14. Problems
15. Seventeen
16. Submission
17. New York
18. EMI (Unlimited Edition)
19. Silly Thing
20. Silly Thing

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SEX PISTOLS Kiss This (1992 UK 20-track CD album a compilation of every essential recording the band ever made picture sleeve CDV2702)


What do you mean you don't own it? The Sex Pistols were the most important band of the 1970s, if not the whole rock era, and Kiss This is a priceless compilation of every essential recording the band ever made. Formed in 1975, the Pistols almost immediately anachronised all that they surveyed. They beefed up the sound of the New York Dolls and drenched the resultant sonic stew in lashings of situationist rhetoric. They expectorated themselves into the headlines with an antagonistic blend of profanity, razored hair and sharp sartorial comments and single-handedly wrote the entire punk rock rulebook, before gleefully ripping it to shreds and throwing the remaining shards to an entire generation of spike-topped acolytes. Hear Johnny Rotten sneer through "Anarchy In The UK", Steve Jones redefine metal with "Holidays In The Sun", and Sid Vicious annihilate "My Way". Simply magnificent; buy two in case you misplace one. --Ian Fortnam

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best of the Pistols 29 Jan 2007
Format:Audio CD
I bought the original 'Never Mind The Bo**ocks'when I was sixteen (1978). I played it until i literally wore it out, I still have it somewhere in the house. So, I decided to replace the original 'Never Mind the' with a new CD and bought 'Kiss this' at the same time. Their sound and lyrics are as good today as they were when i first rushed home with my original album. A definitive and timeless album.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars PROPA PUNK ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!! 26 July 2004
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Format:Audio CD
May I just say if you dont own a sex pistols album...buy *KISS THIS* and NOT *Never mind the b**locks*, becoz it contains ALL 12 tracks from NVTB and 8 extras...for the same price!
The album is split in 4 sections..
1.Anarchy in the UK - 10/10 -legendary punk song...so explosive with Rotten at his best.
2.God save the queen - 10/10 - Infamous song with great guitar riff...something that will go down in history books.
3.Pretty Vacant - 9.5/10 - Probably their most "pop" song...but listen out for the chorus! ( Va-c**t!)
4.Holidays in the sun - 9.5/10 - Another great song with a famtastic intro
5.I wanna be me - 8/10 - Quality sounds poor but the song is still real gritty...very early pistols material.
6.Did you no wrong - 8/10 - Another good song...oroginally before Rotten arrived
7.No fun - 9/10 - Infamous for being played at winterland as the last song the band ever played live....."Ever feel like your being robbed?"
8. Satellite - 8.7/10 - Another early song with a great guitar riff...about the early satellite towns they toured
9.Don't give me no lip child - 9/10 - A cover of a Dave Berry song...Jones played with the wrong guitar strings but it sounded so good that they kept it.
10.(I'm not your)stepping stone - 7/10 - Doesn't appeal to me...worst on album in my opinion.
11.Bodies - 10/10 - One of my favs....Steve Jones is at his best here...also the only track that Sid Vicious probably appeared on....
12.No feelings - 9.5/10 - Glen sed it was their most "rock n roll" record....Rotten stands out as superb.
13.Liar - 8/10 - I fitting track wrote about their weasal manager
14.Problems - 9/10 - Simple track....still great.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
By Jason Parkes #1 HALL OF FAME
Format:Audio CD
Kiss This! is great value, as it is all of Never Mind the Bollocks (out of sequence) with b-sides and the odd single included: a 20-track primer into the joys of Rotten, Jones, Cook, Matlock & Vicious. It's the best compilation, as it leaves off post-Lydon drivel like No One is Innocent & the sad Cochran covers, but does include things like My Way & Silly Thing that have their own charms also. I'd argue, for historical purposes, to include Belsen Was a Gas & No Fun from Winterland- the former shows the nihilistic brickwall that Lydon would surmount with PIL's Theme, while the latter was the greatest exit ("Ever get the feeling you've been cheated?"). But this, Lydon's memoir (No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs) & Julien Temple's The Filth & The Fury are all you need from the Sex Pistols...
It opens with those anthems- Anarchy in the UK, God Save the Queen & Pretty Vacant: great pop songs delivered with complete panache (Chris Thomas probably needs mentioning). The lyrics do actually say something- Rotten/Lydon a precursor of people like Morrissey, Kevin Rowland & Mark E Smith, his lyrics cutting to the point with amphetamine accuracy. & the phrasing is great- "we're so pretty, oh so pretty, we're VAY-****"!!!!). Holidays in the Sun is even better, even if Paul Weller claims he was ripped off- & its Berlin Wall themes sound interesting from a 1989 point of view, as well as a 1977 one.
Non-album tracks like I Wanna Be Me and Did You No Wrong are great- the former asserts individuality that most punk fans wouldn't get and remains relevant with all these sad retro bands of late. Did You No Wrong would have made a great single, a great pop song, "going out of my head!". No Fun is even better than The Stooges original, Lydon's opening rant a form of proto-rap ("it's time for a sociology lecture...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Poor CD transfer 12 Aug 2012
By Mr. R. G. Prizeman TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
The sex pistols came at a time when music needed a shot in the arm. Glam rock had ended, and we were being subjected to some of the worst music in history "Our Kid", "The Worzells" "Rick dee and his cast of idiots with Disco duck, not to mention Dave Lee Travis and Paul Burnnet. Puck was really no different to Rock "n"roll and bough the music back to basics, and the Sex pistols although not the first were the most important. Anarchy In The U.K, is still a fantastic song making the top 10, but when God save the queen came along (originally titles No Future) the group would never be forgotten, besides the controversy the song is brilliant, and left a blank in the chart for the first time ever. Pretty Vacant was for me there best moment and the reason I purchased this as hearing the song played in the opening of the Olympic games. I have never mind the bollocks on its original vinyl but never bought a CD of the Pistols so I purchased this, all the tracks from never mind the bollocks are here and many more. However listing to this CD like listening to a transistor radio on medium wave it is awful, no base no drums punching out at you Rotten's voice is there but is lost in this master. I decided to play the album as I could not remember it sounding this bad, it did not, the original album still sounds like you have been punched in the face, I have no idea what happened with this issue but to say it sounds like a copy of a low quality cassette would be in some ways kind as it is worse. So be warned this has the tracks but to atmosphere at all Punk is meant to be loud and sound great with rip roaring base and smashing drums, The sex Pistols defined that but not on this master
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Compilation of all their essential hits
This best of compilation has everything by the Sex Pistols that you will ever need. Period. A must-have album for any fan, and a piece of music history for everybody else. Read more
Published 10 months ago by Jan Patrik Sahlstrøm
4.0 out of 5 stars Good but dated.
I decided to get this as a reminder of that early 70's scene. It does that but also reminds me that that punk was novel rather the well done. Read more
Published 11 months ago by Its Pete
4.0 out of 5 stars B******S +
Just get the Bo*****s,this is just for the collector who wants all the available product. Play once then hide in the pile.
Published 17 months ago by concerned shopper 1
5.0 out of 5 stars Essential
A must buy CD if only for the blistering 1st 4 singles which lead the way to a retrospective collection of pure power and venom.
Published on 9 Feb 2012 by Possum Pie
5.0 out of 5 stars CD
Good buying experience, would have no hesitation in recommending the purchase of this and similar products to other Amazon customers.
Published on 27 Oct 2011 by Anon
4.0 out of 5 stars Shame on us who cashed in our 'Bollocks' vinyl and replaced it with...
TOTP July '77 and for those of us in the sticks the first chance to see the Sex Pistols - my schoolmate had a Daily Mirror and showed us the TV page said they were gonna be there. Read more
Published on 20 Jun 2011 by The Pop Picker
5.0 out of 5 stars kiss the -the sex pistols, the ultimate punk cd ever!!
i am glad to say this is my first ever punk cd and i fu+++ng love it!!!!!!!
do i need to say more if you want punk music,
get this and forever call yourselve a punk... Read more
Published on 14 April 2011 by jaimes moran
5.0 out of 5 stars Kiss This!
I never liked the Sex Pistols at the time and it's as if I denied their existence. I now recognise that this was a serious gap in my music collection which is excellently filled by... Read more
Published on 3 April 2011 by redmojosteve
4.0 out of 5 stars good
A mixture of all their best songs - good album!
Published on 9 Aug 2004
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