Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Pickman's model, Sep 15, 2010.
None of them
this, but Glen Matlock with a gun to my head
johnny rotten. PiL surely proved he was the main talent... as did the great rock n roll swindle tbf.
Lydon, for the first P.I.L. album alone.
^ And all the rest of them.
From the paper for bankers, the evening standard other day:
Bankers’ bash marks new economic hope
Sri Carmichael, Consumer Affairs Reporter
A party is being thrown tonight in Devonshire Square in the City for more than 1,500 bankers, traders and analysts to celebrate signs that the economy is stabilising. [hoorah! top news!]
Glenn Matlock of the Sex Pistols, burlesque dancers and magicians will entertain at Square Mile magazine's “festival for bankers”, marking its 50th edition.
I liked Lydon in the Pistols. I also liked his track with Leftfield back in the day when all music was good if the drugs were:
But he's a capitalist property guy nowadays.
So I guess, umm, times change.
Here's how to sign off on your band's career!
Nicely done, Johhny.
Johnny for his inspiring attitude when he was young.
He's a cunting Capitalist!
And here's how to start your new band's career...
Rotten for me too, although huge respect to Paul Cook too. He's quietly stuck with Edwyn Collins for years.
Look how young he looks in that interview!
Nice footage of the closed Covent Garden in the background too.
I bet Donald Trump looked great once too.
Sid was the real deal
oh dear, and didn't he speak out against swearing on TV recently?
one of their few good songs sadly
Sid Vicious all the way.
Johnny Rotten makes butter adverts, come on get real folks.
yeah but they're better than the Halifax ads
A friend of mine was going out with Glen Matlock when the Pistols were just starting out. He used to come out to the theatre instead of rehearsing and the other three didn't like him for it. Nice bloke.
But Lydon was my favourite Pistol, he was funny, had charisma but was by no means a musical genius. PIL were great (at first) but that was down to Wobble and Levene.
That is a great interview. I picked Johnny too. This is why. He's a legend.
"How can you sort out this thing with Malcolm McClaren?"
"Kill him" lol
Paul Cook held the music together, and once Vicious was on-board, had to hold the rhythm on his tod when live, so kudos to him.
More Sex Pistols selling out
Virgin Money launches Sex Pistols credit card
"An undisclosed commercial deal with the band means Virgin Money will now produce the cards which are free from embossing so as not to interfere with the design."
I have a grudging admiration for Sid and I feel very sad about how his life ended - that and the frame up that led to him being charged with Nancy's murder. And because he died while still young and pretty proved he was the real deal. Unlike the others.
Jamie Reid is my favourite sex pistol.
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