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This page is devoted to the The Sex Pistols album "Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols". On this page you will find the name of the songs that appear on this album, the duration of each song (where available) and an image depicting the album cover.
Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols
27 October 1977

  1. Holidays In The Sun (3:20)
  2. Liar! (3:09)
  3. No Feelings (2:56)
  4. God Save The Queen (3:39)
  5. Problems (4:24)
  6. Seventeen (2:00)
  7. Anarchy In The U K (3:41)
  8. Bodies (3:00)
  9. Pretty Vacant (3:40)
  10. New York (3:12)
  11. E. M. I. (3:47)

The track listing for the The Sex Pistols album "Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols" contains 11 songs.
"Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols" was released on 27 October 1977.
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The Sex Pistols were an English punk rock band formed in London in 1975. Although they lasted just two-and-a-half years and produced only four singles and one studio album, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols, they were one of the most influential acts in the history of popular music, initiated a punk movement in the United Kingdom, and inspired many later punk and alternative rock musicians. The first incarnation of the Sex Pistols included singer Johnny Rotten, lead guitarist Steve Jones, drummer Paul Cook and bass player Glen Matlock. Matlock was replaced by Sid Vicious early in 1977. Under the management of Malcolm McLaren, a visual artist, performer, clothes designer and boutique owner, the band provoked controversies that garnered a significant amount of publicity. Their concerts repeatedly faced difficulties with organisers and local authorities, and public appearances often ended in mayhem. Their 1977 single "God Save the Queen", attacking social conformity and deference to the Crown, precipitated the "last and greatest outbreak of pop-based moral pandemonium". Other subjects addressed in their frequently obscene lyrics included the music industry, consumerism, abortion, and the Holocaust.

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Album Type
Studio Album
Release Date
27 October 1977
Year(s) Recorded
October 1976
Recording Location
March–June 1977
August 1977
Album Duration
38:44 (12-track version)
34:32 (11 track version)
Labels
Virgin
Producer(s)
Genre
Punk rock

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