'There'll Always Be an England' - named after Vera Lynn's stirring intro music - was recorded on Saturday, November 10th and captures the energy and excitement of the band and the crowd. ...
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Featuring the infamous Bill Grundy interview, snippets of live footage including God Save the Queen, No Fun, and two version of Anarchy in the UK. Also watch for cameos by Siouxie, Malcolm,... See full summary »
Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols (or simply Never Mind The Bollocks) is the only studio album by the highly influential and controversial English punk rock band The Sex ... See full summary »
A rather incoherent post-breakup Sex Pistols "documentary", told from the point of view of Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren, whose (arguable) position is that the Sex Pistols in particular ... See full summary »
'There'll Always Be an England' - named after Vera Lynn's stirring intro music - was recorded on Saturday, November 10th and captures the energy and excitement of the band and the crowd. The whole of the classic 'Never Mind The Bollocks' album is performed, together with a mixture Pistols cover versions, b-sides and even an impromptu crowd sing-along of 'I Do Like To Be Beside the Seaside'. This could only ever be the Sex Pistols.Written by
Having just watched this , it just confirms belief the "Punk" movement was invented and milked to death by the likes of McLaren, Lydon and other psueds, eking out every last single shekel from the disenfranchised masses that these days as age withers can fit quite easily into the Brixton Academy, or turn up at Blackpool or Morcambe Bay once a year. While the concert has a certain vibrancy , it holds no meaning in 2009.
Strangely, I like Lydon's work with the likes of Bill Laswell , but this ? Nothing to see here folks , move along...
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