Band: Sex Pistols
Album: Holidays In The Sun
Release Date: September 1977
Music Genre: Punk Rock
Label: Sex Pistols Records
Release Country: France
Record Type: 2 Tracks Vinyl Album 7"
The most famous (and infamous) band of the late 70s punk scene. Their rebellious image combined with a commercial sound (partly thanks to producer Chris Thomas) created some of the most memorable moments of the 70s - both musical and otherwise. Line-up: Johnny Rotten (John Lydon, b. January 31, 1956 - vocals), Steve Jones (b. September 3, 1955 - guitar), Sid Vicious (John Ritchie aka John Beverley, b. May 10, 1957 - bass, kind of; replaced original bassist Glen Matlock) and Paul Cook (b. July 20, 1956 - drums). They effectively split up after their 1978 US tour, although Jones and Cook continued to record under the name for another year or so.
The original line-up reformed in 1996 for a series of concert tours, and has played live shows off and on since then, and released live recordings.
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℗ 1977 Glitterbest Ltd.
Distribution C.P.F Barclay.
© Sex Pistols
"Satellite" is credited to (Rotten/Vicious/Cook/Jones).
The slogan Nice Sleeve appears on the front of this sleeve, as opposed to the U.K. press you see the slogan on the rear.
The misprinted version with the incorrect B side label title of 'Satellite Kid' instead of 'Satellite'., can be found here Sex Pistols - Holidays In The Sun