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Not my cup of tea, more hype than musical artistry, but that's just my humble opinion.

A deal nonetheless.
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4 Likes #1
Great album in my opinion, same price on Amazon, heat added
#2
Heat added. The world needs more punk.
#3
more hype than musical artistry


Not sure about that, it's punk but oddly subtle. It became hype but that was down to a muppet of a manager. A good album.
3 Likes #4
Crap music, crap band, was crap then & is crap now.

Good price though.
banned#5
Great stuff, pretty vacant was one of the first tunes I learnt on guitar, picking the A chord. It all went downhill from there oO
#6
I think the pistols would be incensed if anyone thought their album had anything to do with musical artistry
1 Like #7
I like the fact the title has the word blocked with asterisks yet the picture shows exactly what it should say :-)
#8
CLASSIC ALBUM!
3 Likes #9
better than the crud being churned out nowdays
2 Likes #10
Like them or loathe them,bands like this were game changers.
3 Likes #11
Tallyho
Crap music, crap band, was crap then & is crap now.

Good price though.

obviously a wham fan from back in the day :p
1 Like #12
Noel Gallagher of Oasis - that's the band not the Drink :D - Did once say he would gladly trade all his 10 albums for this masterpiece

Edited By: djgreeneyes on Jul 07, 2014 17:25
#13
daalphamale
Tallyho
Crap music, crap band, was crap then & is crap now.

Good price though.

obviously a wham fan from back in the day :p

Of course, wham were big in 1977 ?.... I think you need to get your facts right before you pipe up
1 Like #14
They were crap from day one, it was all a big hype by Mclaren to screw the record companies for as much as they could.

People jumped on the bandwagon & then the real talent came through afterrwards, including John Lydon with PIL.

Punk was certainly a game changer, the Sex Pistols weren't that at all.
#15
daalphamale
Tallyho
Crap music, crap band, was crap then & is crap now.

Good price though.

obviously a wham fan from back in the day :p

Not at all, just saying it as how it was back then with this lot.
1 Like #16
How many songs with a better intro than Pretty Vacant. Not many. Hot hot hot.
2 Likes #17
Some incredible ignorance on here, the Pistols changed the entire music scene and this is a classic album. Still sounds great today IMO.
#18
djgreeneyes
Noel Gallagher of Oasis - that's the band not the Drink :D - Did once say he would gladly trade all his 10 albums for this masterpiece

I'd happily trade 100 Oasis albums for, well, just about anything really? Derivative rubbish and annoying, loutish Mancs to boot.
#19
Tallyho
They were crap from day one, it was all a big hype by Mclaren to screw the record companies for as much as they could.

People jumped on the bandwagon & then the real talent came through afterrwards, including John Lydon with PIL.

Punk was certainly a game changer, the Sex Pistols weren't that at all.

Bang on mate. As you say, there were many great Punk bands, the Pistols were the Spice Girl version of a Punk band.
#20
Despite being a fan of Pink Floyd, this is one of my favourite all time albums and I've bought it on a number of formats. Ignore the hype, enjoy the music.
#21
Hot! Love the Sex Pistols,Johnny Rotten was the only one that I know off to speak openly of what was going on at BBC in 1978.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rjy8oLVOvi4
suspended#22
Downloaded.Thank you.
suspended#23
Downloaded. Thank you.
#24
gizmoman
Some incredible ignorance on here, the Pistols changed the entire music scene and this is a classic album. Still sounds great today IMO.

The Pistols didn't change the entire music scene at all, they were the front for the real talent that came behind them, they changed the scene.
#25
Tallyho
They were crap from day one, it was all a big hype by Mclaren to screw the record companies for as much as they could.

No. That was McLaren's story, and he dined out big-time on it. But it wasn't the truth. The Pistols obviously DID have talent and this album is an all-time classic. Sure, you may not like it but that doesn't change the facts. Heat.
#26
Brilliant album - if you're low on energy have a listen!!
#27
Tallyho
gizmoman
Some incredible ignorance on here, the Pistols changed the entire music scene and this is a classic album. Still sounds great today IMO.

The Pistols didn't change the entire music scene at all, they were the front for the real talent that came behind them, they changed the scene.

Well worded. I agree. Influential nonetheless, even as poster boys for the 'punk scene'.
#28
Well worth a quid.
#29
Tallyho
gizmoman
Some incredible ignorance on here, the Pistols changed the entire music scene and this is a classic album. Still sounds great today IMO.

The Pistols didn't change the entire music scene at all, they were the front for the real talent that came behind them, they changed the scene.

Lolz - do tell then, who was the real talent that came after?
1 Like #30
barbiegirl
Tallyho
They were crap from day one, it was all a big hype by Mclaren to screw the record companies for as much as they could.

People jumped on the bandwagon & then the real talent came through afterrwards, including John Lydon with PIL.

Punk was certainly a game changer, the Sex Pistols weren't that at all.

Bang on mate. As you say, there were many great Punk bands, the Pistols were the Spice Girl version of a Punk band.

Seriously....! Although they took elements from the New York scene in the early 70's the Sex Pistols were one of the most influential bands of that time and had a huge impact on much of the music that followed. Too many bands to mention here have cited the Sex Pistols as a major influence, FACT...to deny that is an admission of ignorance, also, not many albums still attract the interest this still does after 35+ years. Don't know why I'm wasting my time responding to your post or your questionable views on the punk scene. Yes, there were other good bands around but none so influential as the Sex Pistols irrespective of hype...
1 Like #31
Tallyho
gizmoman
Some incredible ignorance on here, the Pistols changed the entire music scene and this is a classic album. Still sounds great today IMO.

The Pistols didn't change the entire music scene at all, they were the front for the real talent that came behind them, they changed the scene.

Siousxie Sioux decided to become a musician after attending a Sex Pistols gig. Does she have enough musical cred for you?

The Sex Pistols were the Beatles of punk music. They may not have been particularly original, but they were the greatest exponents of their genre. The ridiculous quest for "authenticity" killed punk in the 80's.
#32
wore my LP out,am now on 2nd cd copy,so will also download this onto my S4,believe it or not,they could play live (mind you,it was in a drunken state and over 35 years ago),great album and defines the punk era....along with the clash,stranglers and x-ray spex! great find,heat added
banned 1 Like #33
Bill Grundy
#34
` They may not have been particularly original,` that`s like saying elvis wasn`t particularly original, they were both totally different from anything about at their respective times thats why they`re still remembered (i`m obviously not comparing the music)
#35
And what`s wrong with screwing the record companies? They`ve done it to practically every artist for the last 50-60years
1 Like #36
The Clash were the band for me...still liked the Pistols though.
#37
great album, great band, great era and time in my life, loved all the music then and still do now, thanks op x
#38
The Pistols became cartoonised from 78 onwards but if you watch The Filth And The Fury a much more real story emerges of what they were about rather than how McLaren flogged them.
1 Like #39
these google play music deals are great... I get the album most weeks. Cheers for the heads up OP.

No music is crap if it entertains or moves someone somewhere.
1 Like #40
Tallyho
Crap music, crap band, was crap then & is crap now.

Good price though.

What were your thoughts on the Clash tally?
Your view of the Pistols reminded me of one of the worst Clash albums I bought ....Cut The Crap.

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