7-Inch History – The Anti-Christ And The SEX PISTOLS This Day In 1976

Great 7″ singles from the past

26 November 2022

The SEX PISTOLS released their controversial debut single ‘ANARCHY IN THE U.K.‘,
one of the fiercest punk anthems ever, on 26 November 1976, 46 years ago today.

It was originally issued in a plain black sleeve and peaked at #38 on the UK Singles
Chart although it was either ignored or negatively received by the music press.

Their label EMI dropped the band a few months later, in January 1977.

Their manager at the time, the late Malcolm McLaren said the song was
“a call to arms to the kids who believe that rock and roll was taken away from
them. It’s a statement of self rule, of ultimate independence.”

Here’s the American has been-antichrist and Trump voter Johnny Bloody Rotten.

Oh I am an anti-Christ
And I am an anarchist
Don’t know what I want
But I know how to get it
I want to destroy your passion boy
‘Cause I, I want to be, anarchy
In this fuckin’ city


Belgian Travel Agency Sued SEX PISTOLS 45 Years Ago

Great 7″ singles/sleeves/vinyl

On 14 October 1977 – 45 years ago – the SEX PISTOLS released their fourth single HOLIDAYS IN THE SUN. A couple of weeks later, on 29 October a Belgian travel service took legal action against the band claiming the single’s sleeve infringed the copyright of one of its brochures.

The single’s front sleeve

The Belgian travel brochure in question…

Never mind the bollocks here’s Johnny & Co…

SEX PISTOLS: Bio – Discography

For Your Eyes… The PISTOL Video Trailer

Impressive videos from past and present

PISTOL is a biographical drama miniseries. The six-part series follows Sex Pistols
guitarist Steve Jones and the band’s rise to prominence and notoriety. It just started streaming on Disney+.

NME says: “This is a high-energy and creatively pieced-together look back on
how punk rock, with Sex Pistols at the vanguard, swept the UK and beyond.”

Here’s the video trailer…

Steve JonesLonely Boy bio book was
the basic inspiration for the series.

SEX PISTOLS Saved The Queen Again 45 Years After The Single’s First Release

Top singles from the past

5 June 2022

To celebrate Queen Elizabeth‘s 70 years in power millions of Brits went
ballistic this weekend during the massive Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
festivities for the imperishable folklore celebrity.

Last Friday, Virgin Records re-released the Sex Pistols‘ fierce anthem
God Save The Queen. The day after (4 June) it topped the UK Singles
Charts exactly 45 years after it was denied the numero uno spot by
the BBC morons on its first release.

God save the Queen
A fascist regime
They made you a moron
Potential H-bomb
God save the Queen
She ain’t no human being
There is no future
In England’s dreaming

No Future For Brexit – ‘GOD SAVE THE QUEEN’ By SEX PISTOLS Released 45 Years Ago And Relevant Again

Top singles from the past…

27 May 2022

Band: Sex Pistols
Active: 1975 – 1978
(Reunions in 1996, 2002 – 2003, 2007 –2008)

Single: God Save The Queen
B-side: Did You No Wrong
Released: 27 May 1977 – 45 years ago today

Score: #2 in the UK, with rumors that the BBC
intervened in order to avoid that the single went to #1
Album: Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols

Original clip…

Live in London 30 years later (2007)…