When they first came together in the summer of , the Sex Pistols had no intention of releasing an album. For a group who only released one proper album, the Sex Pistols made one hell of an impact. Their timing was perfect. But these little buggers came along to ruin the whole thing! Never Mind The Bollocks… was born amid the bloated pomp of progressive rock, a movement whose musicians could not have been further removed from the original Pistols line-up of Rotten vocals , Steve Jones guitar , Glen Matlock bass and Paul Cook drums.
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As the words ring out across the crowd, little did they know they were at a moment in history—the final time the Sex Pistols would take to the stage. Having begun as an explosive act milling around the west London scene back in the Sex Pistols were soon falling to the ground around the music industry as drifting pieces of ash just three years later. Not just the stage but the rest of the band too. As infighting reached fever pitch and the infamy of the band was making it almost impossible to perform as a group, it seemed as though nothing was going right.
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Michele Greene, the director of cards at Virgin Money said that this was because the Sex Pistols "challenged convention and established ways of thinking — just as we are doing today in our quest to shake up UK banking". Well, sort of. McLaren brought back ideas from the punk scene in New York, helped them settle on the name Sex Pistols, and convinced them to start rehearsing with green-haired upstart John Lydon.
The Sex Pistols formed in London, England in However Glen Matlock was replaced with Sid Vicious. Let It Rock was owned by former New York Dolls manager Malcolm McLaren and his partner Vivienne Westwood; the shop specialised in "anti-fashion", selling the drapes, slashed T-shirts, brothel creepers and fetish gear later popularised by the punk movement.