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Sex Pistols – Never Mind The Bollocks

Hand signed in bold black sharpie by: Sid Vicious – Johnny Rotten – Steve Jones – Glenn Matlock – Paul Cook

Custom Designed Award Style with Genuine Gold Award Album

Measures: 30” x 40” x 2”.

Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols is the only studio album by the English punk rock group Sex Pistols. It was released on 27 October 1977, through Virgin Records. Fans and critics alike generally regard it as an important album in the history of rock music, citing the lasting influence it has had on subsequent punk rock musicians, as well as other musical genres.  Close to completing a deal with A&M Records, in March 1977 the Sex Pistols entered Wessex Sound Studios to record with producer Chris Thomas and engineer Bill Price. New bassist Sid Vicious played on the track Bodies,but his performing skills were not considered fit enough to record the full album, so the band asked manager Malcolm McLaren to convince previous bassist Glen Matlock to perform the instrument for the sessions. Matlock agreed on the condition that he was paid beforehand. When payment was not received, he declined to show up. As a result, Thomas asked guitarist Steve Jones to play bass so work could begin on the basic tracks. Jones’ playing was so satisfactory that Thomas had him play the bass tracks for all the remaining songs recorded during the sessions. Four tracks—-Clinton Heylin suspected they were “God Save the Queen” (Thomas stated he and Price “gave up” trying to use Vicious’ bass track, “Pretty Vacant”, “EMI” and possibly “Did You No Wrong”—were recorded during the two days at Wessex, with “God Save the Queen” and “Pretty Vacant” receiving vocal tracking from Johnny Rotten and final mixing during the period. As a result of these sessions, Thomas and Price began work in earnest on what would become the Pistols’ full-length album. Four days after recording was completed, the Pistols signed with A&M, yet on 16 March the label terminated the contract, and several thousand pressed copies of the forthcoming “God Save the Queen” single were destroyed.at were influenced by such punk rock artists.  

 


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