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1977
Back on this day 25 years ago...........SATURDAY OCTOBER 29th 1977
1977
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Two weeks before the long-awaited debut album by The Sex Pistols, Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols, was released in Britain, a bootleg appeared in numerous record shops entitled Spunk, which was quite obviously something very similar to the forthcoming album. Containing raw versions the group's first three hit singles, 'Anarchy In The UK' (re-titled 'Nookie'), 'God Save The Queen' ('No Future') and 'Pretty Vacant' ('Lots Of Fun'), it also included six other versions from the official album (although not the group's fourth hit single, 'Holidays In The Sun').No-one has ever put their hand up to the source of this material although the finger of suspicion points firmly at the Glitterbest camp.
Who fired the blanks? - (Dont Care collection)
THE DICTATORS
Pier Pavillion, Hastings

THE ADVERTS
Strathclyde University, Glasgow

THE CRABS
Senate Club, Perterlee

 Queens College, London

ONLY ONES
Nashville, London

THE SKUNKS
East London Polytehnic, London

NEO
Queen Mary College, London
RICHARD HELL
& THE VOID- OIDS
THE LOUS
Apollo, Manchester

THE MODELS
University, Newcastle

Toes
Satans Rats
The Tickets
Roxy, London

Polytechnic, Oxford
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