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Sex Pistols

About Sex Pistols

Short-lived, yet long-influencing, the Sex Pistols were an English punk band formed in London in 1975. They initiated the punk movement in the UK and subsequently inspired a plethora of groups. Their original line-up consisted of singer John “Johnny Rotten” Lydon, guitarist Steve “Jonesy” Jones, bassist Glen Matlock (replaced by trainwreck and subsequent punk icon Sid Vicious), and drummer Paul Cook. Under the management of Malcolm McLaren, the Pistols created a ton of controversy, scoring even more publicity as a result.

Their first and only studio album, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols, was released in 1977. During a promotional tour in the United States the following year, the group decided to disband. The original four reunited in the 90s with the adequately titled “Never Mind The Pistols… Here`s the Filthy Lucre” Tour.