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Sex Pistols
Origin London, UK
Genre(s) Punk
Years active 1975 - 1979
1996
2002–2003
2007–present
Label(s) EMI
A&M
Warner Bros.
Virgin
Associated
acts
Public Image Ltd.
The Professionals
The Rich Kids
Vicious White Kids
Dave Goodman And Friends
Chiefs Of Relief
Man-Raze
The Flowers Of Romance
Siouxsie & The Banshees
The Strand
The Swankers
Website sex-pistols.net
Members
Johnny Rotten
Steve Jones
Glen Matlock
Paul Cook
Former members
Sid Vicious
Wally Nightingale
Del Noones
Stephen Hayes
Jim Mackin
Steve New
Nick Kent

One of the most influential and shortest lived of the UK Punk bands, the Sex Pistols are often called the founders of punk (though most people hand that mantle to the Ramones, who'd been around before the Sex Pistols were a gleam in Malcolm McLaren's eye). Still, though -- despite their appearance and image, they were talented musicians and had a knack for pop hooks. The band ended up imploding after 2 years and change, though they reformed in the 1990s, and again in 2002, and occasionally tour and play live shows.

Contents

RIYL

Discography

Albums

  • Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols
  • The Great Rock 'N' Roll Swindle
  • Some Product: Carri On Sex Pistols
  • Flogging A Dead Horse
  • Kiss This: The Best Of
  • Filthy Lucre Live
  • Jubilee: The Best Of
  • Sex PIstols Box Set
  • Raw And Live
  • [Spunk]]

EPs

Singles

Appears On

Mix CDs

Radio Shows

  • Chris Morris Music Show Episode 14: Tonight, with a later slot in the schedule, he can be even more outrageous than usual

Further Reading


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