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This day in Sex Pistols history... December 11th 1977. The Pistols dutch tour continues at Maf Centrum, Maasbree, Holland. The show is filmed for use in a Dutch TV show called 'Varas Wonderland'. A few songs are also later broadcast on radio KRO-FM. John dedicates Anarchy to Cliff Richard. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtMd8M8X1D https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtMd8M8X1D
This day in Sex Pistols history... December 7th 1996. The Sex Pistols play the last date of the Filthy Lucre World Tour at the Monumental, in Santiago, Chile. The band performed over 70 dates throughout Europe, North and South America, Japan & Australasia. After all those years, the fans FINALLY got to see the Sex Pistols.
This day in Sex Pistols history... December 1st 1976. Thames TV, Today Show. Bill Grundy goads the Sex Pistols into swearing live on teatime television. "Nothing. A rude word. Next question..." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtHPhVhJ7Rs
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This day in Sex Pistols history... November 28th 1977. The Sex Pistols and Punk special for the London Weekend Show - with Janet Street Porter - is broadcast on LWT. The show features live footage from Notre Dame Hall and interviews at the band's Denmark Street rehearsal room. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvHzO7dEyDU
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This day in Sex Pistols history... November 27th 1975. The fledgling Sex Pistols continue to play live. Queen Elizabeth College, Kensington, London. The gig prompts their first mention in NME. http://www.paulgormanis.com/?p=2550
This day in Sex Pistols history... November 26th 1976. The Sex Pistols debut 7" single is released by EMI. Despite being banned from radio and receiving many negative reviews the record reached Number 38 in the UK charts before being withdrawn by the record company. http://youtu.be/q31WY0Aobro
This day in Sex Pistols history... November 24th 1977. The Pistols are charged with indecency at Nottingham Magistrates court after Police raid a record shop displaying posters for 'Never Mind The Bollocks' in the shop window. Similar shops around the country suffer the same fate. The case centred on the word "bollocks". QC John Mortimer (star of TV's Rumpole of the Bailey) proved that it was actually derived from a nickname for clergymen. The judge rules "we must reluctantly find you not guilty…"
This day in Sex Pistols history... November 19th 1977. Radio interviews on Radio Clyde (Glasgow), Radio Forth (Edinburgh) and Radio Metro (Newcastle). Plus an in-store at Virgin Records Edinburgh. A recording of Radio Forth is later included on the More Product. 3-CD set https://SexPistols.lnk.to/MoreProduct