Never Mind The Bollocks… Here’s THE SEX PISTOLS

After having purchased the Sex Pistols’ first and last studio album in a vintage store, I rapidly became interested in what the album was all about. The songs featured in this album were considered very controversial back in England in the late 1970s. A lot of the album’s content was some kind of criticism on society and politics, each composed in a unique manner, which later on went to influence punk rock in general.

The Sex Pistols, might not be the most liked group in history, but if you’re a lover of music then there’s bound to be something you dig about these guys. Some of the stuff that you’ll hear about them will make your jaws drop. They were obviously not scared of any authority, and therefore they never held back their opinions and views. This is something that came to represent the antiestablishment/ antigovernment rage that the youth in Europe were expressing ever-so-vividly in that period of time. It was about time for the Sex Pistols to come along and show themselves as these fearless punks who honestly didn’t care what the rest of the world thought about them.

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