Never Mind the Bollocks: Here's the Sex Pistols
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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, 28 May 2012
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The Sex Pistols' only proper album has become one of those records that is far more talked and written about than listened to. Only a handful of rock & roll bands can genuinely claim to have changed the world, and only one of those can claim to have done it with such a tiny discography (though any number of retrospective albums have been issued since the band met their messy end, this was the only one released while they were still a going concern).
It is impossible that any serious fan of modern music is not familiar with at least the singles collected here ("Pretty Vacant", "Anarchy In The UK", "God Save The Queen"). Jamie Reid's lurid yellow-and-pink sleeve artwork is also an enduringly influential cultural artefact. Mostly, though, what should never be forgotten about Never Mind. . . is that when all the mischief and mayhem it inspired or caused has been stripped away, it is a truly great rock & roll album: guitars as angry and adrenalised as any ever recorded, killer tunes, and Johnny Rotten's inimitable voice--the definitive articulation of disgust. Altogether perfect. Every era, and every home, should have one. --Andrew Mueller
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Disc one - The original album, and it's never sounded better on the CD format. Certainly a vast improvement to the sound quality on Kiss This, or the 2002 Sex Pistols three disc set.
Disc two - 1977 B sides, and demos. Again, they've never sounded better. The much vaunted Belsen was a Gas demo is a disappointment though.
Disc three - two live gigs from 77. The happy house show isn't bad, however, the Trondheim show is a bit ropey, as it was on the Kiss This set.
Disc four - Great to finally see the infamous riverboat gig, the happy house show is here as well. You also get an interesting interview with John and Sid plus video promos to God Save the Queen, Pretty Vacant and Holidays.
If you love The Sex Pistols, and rock music in general, this is a must buy, certainly the best value version of the album you can get. Ignore the ludicrously priced 35th anniversary release. Buy this.
Glad I purchased it. Never really liked Johnny Rotten, still do not to this day. Best tracks are God Save The Queen, Bodies, Anarchy in the UK, Pretty Vacant and Holidays in the Sun. Might be more when I listen to it more though.
Great tracks with a heavy rock beat and a singer who snarled lyrics with meaning. Yes, this was the age of Anarchy and we loved it. Some of us are still anarchic but the music that pollutes the radios these days is not inspiring and doesn't speak. It has no message, it's just X-Factor type "drool". from people who look, sound and probably smell the same.
This was the album of a generation. Noel Gallagher (Oasis) has said that he wishes he had written this. ............Who can blame him.
Great album though, managed to get an original 1977 Virgin pressing. Highly recommend you go down that road.
the funniest thing I ever saw on stage was a very fat SP doing their mid-90s world tour - how much I laughed through all their cult classics.
still stands up 35+ years later, but prefer my crackly vinyl version purchased when bollocks was covered up.