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The Filth and the Fury A Sex Pistols Film DVD 2000

Julien Temple directs this documentary profile of the Sex Pistols – Johnny Rotten (née Lydon), Glen Matlock, Paul Jones, Steve Cook and Sid Vicious – the punk band who shocked the world both with their music and their off-stage antics in the latter half of

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1976-1978 Sex Pistols radio interviews

‘Some Product’ was a compilation of 1976-1978 Sex Pistols radio interviews released as an album in July 1979. This reissue has been expanded into a 3CD set by including the BBC Radio 1 “Rock On” interview from 1977 (CD2) and two further previously unreleased Radio

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Endangered Species VINYL Orig released 1982 Uk Subs

Originally released in 1982, the U.K. Subs fourth studio album is considered by many of the band?s fans their finest moments, and there?s many reasons why it could very well be: the record?s powerful sound (courtesy of the production of the Subs own Nicky Garratt)

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Fire & Gasoline

Special Deluxe Collector’s Edition / Ex-Sex Pistols guitarist fires on all cylinders on his second solo album / Fully Remastered Audio / Bonus track / 12 page full colour booklet 3,500 word essay, enhanced artwork with unpublished photos and 3000 word essay. There are few

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Classic Albums – The Sex Pistols 2002 dvd- Never Mind

A look into the story behind the recording of The Sex Pistols’ ‘Never Mind the Bollocks’.

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Axman Steve Jones Sex Pistols) Wooden Magnet

Steve Jones set includes an Axman plectrum. Both key ring and magnet can be purchased separately.

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Robot Rave Never Mind The Bans Anarchy UK T-Shirt

Make an impression in this high quality gorgeous T-Shirt. It is hard wearing and made out of 100% cotton. We only use the highest quality print, so the design really stands out. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, and “No Quibble” Refund Policy.

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Live 76 VINYL Sex Pistols

40 years on and, for good or ill, the Sex Pistols remain the band that we think of first when we think of the 70s punk revolution that continues to resonate. There isn’t much they can do about that. History has spoken. They were the

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