Ignore any negative reviews on here regarding the audio quality of this album. I have no hesitation in saying that it really is the absolute bollocks! Stunning clarity and so much power, impact and depth to the music.
As a teenager in the 90s, I used to listen to the original CD of this album and, whilst loving the songs contained within, I always found it a very tinny, flat and slightly weedy sound. A band with the huge cultural impact of the Pistols should never sound weedy! I actually often found myself preferring to listen to the Filthy Lucre live album as, although the tracks weren't performed by the '77 vintage Pistols, they had so much more 'oomph' to them compared to the flat originals on CD.
The (fairly) recently remastered version of this album went a long way to finally putting this issue to rest and now this Blu-ray audio takes it a step even further. In short, it sounds fantastic, full, powerful and exciting and captures the essence of just what an impact the Pistols really had when they appeared on a frankly terrified music scene all those years ago. Now I can understand how incredible it must have been for folks to have first spun this album on vinyl back in '77.
If you love Never Mind the Bollocks and have a halfway decent set-up on which to listen to this Blu-ray audio, it's a no-brainer that you should buy this particular version of the album. Once you've heard it in this form, those old CDs etc are always going to sound hugely inadequate in comparison.