Worth £2.69 just for track 8 alone.
The Julien Temple 'documentary' film on the Sex Pistols, 'The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle' chronicled the legendary band's fictional rise and subsequent break-up from the perspective of 'The Embezzler', manager Malcolm McLaren. Infamous, even upon its release, the film was shunned by John Lydon and his appearance in it was taken only from old archive footage. When it came to putting together the soundtrack a similar approach was taken, with Lydon's vocals being taken from demo tapes and overdubbed with the rest of the band's newly recorded instrumental tracks.
What resulted was an eclectic mix of hits, covers and guest appearances, including The Sex Pistols' own versions of The Who's 'Substitute', Chuck Berry's 'Johnny B Goode' and Sid Vicious' take on Frank Sinatra's 'My Way', all nestled amongst tracks sung by Edward Tudor-Pole (of Tenpole Tudor), 'The Black Arabs' disco medley of the hits and a French version of 'Anarchy In the UK' (complete with accordion).
1. God Save The Queen (Symphony)
2. Rock Around The Clock
3. Johnny B Goode
4. Road Runner
5. Black Arabs
6. Anarchy In The Uk
7. Watcha Gonna Do About It?
8. Who Killed Bambi?
9. Silly Thing
11. Don't Give Me No Lip Child
12. I'm Not Your Stepping Stone
13. Lonely Boy (Orch)
14. Something Else
15. Anarchie Pour Le UK
16. Einmal War Belsen Bortrefflich
17. Einmal War Belson Wirflich Bortrefflich
18. No One Is Innocent
19. My Way
20. C'Mon Everybody
21. Emi (Orch)
22. The Great Rock 'N' Roll Swindle
23. You Need Hands
24. F******' In The Riggin'
Amazon have pricematched (so put link in post below) but loads cheaper than elesewhere