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Sex Pistols
12/08/2016 at 09:15. Facebook
On Spotify now. The complete Sex Pistols playlist featuring all official studio and live versions, including the new Live '76 box set!
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Sex Pistols
12/03/2016 at 09:25. Facebook
This day in Sex Pistols history... December 3rd 1976. The Anarchy Tour - the band's first real tour - is due to start at Norwich University but due to the media furore of the Bill Grundy interview most local authorities ban the band from playing live. Only a handful of shows are actually played...
This day in Sex Pistols history... December 2nd 1976. After the previous day's TV interview with Bill Grundy the UK media goes into overdrive on the Sex Pistols.

The Daily Mirror reports that a truck driver from Essex kicked in his TV screen after hearing the Pistols swear. The Filth and the Fury.
This day in Sex Pistols history... December 1st 1976. Thames TV, Today Show. Bill Grundy goads the Sex Pistols into swearing live on teatime television.

"Nothing. A rude word. Next question..."

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Swearing - Sex Pistols interview - Today Show - Thames TV

One of Thames Televisions most controversial moments, the infamous Sex Pistols interview that appeared on the 'Today' programme -- first...

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This day in Sex Pistols history... November 28th 1977. The Sex Pistols and Punk special for the London Weekend Show - with Janet Street Porter - is broadcast on LWT. The show features live footage from Notre Dame Hall and interviews at the band's Denmark Street rehearsal room.
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The London Weekend Show

The Sex Pistols playing "Pretty Vacant" + interviews with the audience. This is PART 1 of the 'London Weekend Show' from the UK tv, 1976 about...

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This day in Sex Pistols history... November 27th 1975. The fledgling Sex Pistols continue to play live. Queen Elizabeth College, Kensington, London. The gig prompts their first mention in NME.
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Sex Pistols: The very first media mention

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This day in Sex Pistols history... 40 years today. November 26th 1976. The Sex Pistols debut 7" single is released by EMI.

Despite being banned from radio and receiving many negative reviews the record reached Number 38 in the UK charts before being withdrawn by the record company.

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Sex Pistols - Anarchy In The UK

Music video by Sex Pistols performing Anarchy In The UK. (C) 2012 Universal Music Operations Ltd.

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This day in Sex Pistols history... November 26th 1976. 40 years today. The Pistols debut 7" is released by EMI.
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Sex Pistols - Anarchy In The UK

Music video by Sex Pistols performing Anarchy In The UK. (C) 2012 Universal Music Operations Ltd.

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This day in Sex Pistols history... November 24th 1977. The Pistols are charged with indecency at Nottingham Magistrates court after Police raid a record shop displaying posters for 'Never Mind The Bollocks' in the shop window.

Similar shops around the country suffer the same fate. The case centred on the word "bollocks". QC John Mortimer (star of TV's Rumpole of the Bailey) proved that it...
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This day in Sex Pistols history... November 18th 2007. The Sex Pistols end their run of sold-out November 2007 'Holidays in the Sun' shows at the S.E.C.C., Glasgow, Scotland, UK.

The band take the stage to a recording of 'I Belong To Glasgow' and encore with a stunning version of 'Roadrunner'.

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This day in Sex Pistols history... November 17th 2007. The Sex Pistols play to over 18,000 people at a sold-out M.E.N Arena, in Manchester as part of the November 2007 'Holidays in the Sun' shows.
This day in Sex Pistols history... November 15th 1977. Steve Jones and Paul Cook are interviewed for Australian music TV show Countdown. They mention they plan to tour worldwide the following year including Australia...

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Sex Pistols - interview for Countdown (Australia), Nov 1977

Paul Cook & Steve Jones interviewed by Australia's Ian "Molly" Meldrum for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's pop show Countdown, November...

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This day in Sex Pistols history... November 15th 1976. Sex Pistols play Notre Dame Hall, Leicester Place, London. The show is filmed for use on The London Weekend Show with Janet Street Porter.

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The London Weekend Show

The Sex Pistols playing "Pretty Vacant" + interviews with the audience. This is PART 1 of the 'London Weekend Show' from the UK tv, 1976 about...

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This day in Sex Pistols history... November 14th 2007. The Sex Pistols end their run of 5 sold-out shows at Brixton Academy, London, UK.
This day in Sex Pistols history... November 12th 1976. The Sex Pistols are interviewed on BBC TV's Nationwide show for the Young Nation segment. [ Youtube.com Link ]

Sex Pistols - Anarchy In The UK (NATION WIDE 1976) HQ

Rare Clip from 1976

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This day in Sex Pistols history... November 11th 1977. The North American release of 'Never Mind The Bollocks' on Warners Brothers.

The album was issued with green / salmon pink artwork different to the UK release and included a wraparound inner sleeve.

It also had a slightly altered running order with 'GSTQ' and 'Problems' swapped.
This day in Sex Pistols history... November 10th 2007. The Sex Pistols continue their run of 5 sold-out shows at Brixton Academy, London, UK.

The show is filmed by Julien Temple and released as the 'There'll Always Be An England' DVD the following year (2008).

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Sex Pistols TV Commercial - There'll Always Be An England

US TV ad for Sex Pistols There'll Always Be An England DVD. Recorded live at Brixton Academy, November 2007. DVD released October 14th 2008 via...

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This day in Sex Pistols history... November 8th 2007. The Pistols begin a run of five sold-out shows at the Brixton Academy, London, UK. The band were originally set to play a special one-off show.

However, due to over-over-over-over-whelming demand the show sold-out within minutes, and during the next week a further four Brixton shows were added; all of which sold-out.

They then added...
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