2002   UK Classic Albums: Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols
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Director:Matthew Longfellow
Studio:Daniel Television
IMDb Rating:7.7 (223 votes)
Genre:Documentary, Music
Duration:50 min
Matthew Longfellow  ...  (Director)
  ...  (Writer)
Paul Cook  ...  Self - Drums
Dave Goodman  ...  Self - Live Sound Engineer
John Ingham  ...  Self - Journalist - Sounds
Steve Jones  ...  Self - Guitar
John Lydon  ...  Self - Vocals
Glen Matlock  ...  Self - Bass
Malcolm McLaren  ...  Self - Manager
Sex Pistols  ...  Themselves
Jamie Reid  ...  Self - Artist and Sex Pistols Graphic Designer
Sid Vicious  ...  Self
Charles M. Young  ...  Self - Journalist - Rolling Stone
Hugh Boyson  ...  Editor
Summary: The Sex Pistols album Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols is unquestionably one of the most important musical statements in the history of British music. It was 1977, at a time when the nation was crippled by class division and unemployment that 4 working class teenagers with supposedly non-existent futures recorded an album that to this day remains one of the greatest and most influential bodies of work ever recorded. This documentary features exclusive interview's with all four of the original members of the Sex Pistols as they take you on a track by track look at the making of the album. Featuring Steve Jones and Glen Matlock demonstrating selected riffs and licks off the album and explaining the development of the song writing. Candid interviews with Malcolm McLaren, Chris Thomas and Bill Price set the record straight about the recording session.

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