Sex Pistols ‎– Sex Pistols File (1976 - 1978)

4 × Vinyl, LP, Reissue
Box Set, Compilation, Limited Edition, Numbered, Unofficial Release


The A&M Takes
A1 Seventeen
A2 Satellite
A3 No Feelings
A4 I Wanna Be Me
A5 Submission
A6 Anarchy In The U.K.
B1 God Save The Queen
B2 Problems
B3 Pretty Vacant
B4 Liar
B6 New York
Live At 100 Club, London Sept, 24, 1976
C1 Anarchy In The U.K.
C2 I Wanna Be Me
C3 Seventeen
C4 New York
C5 Don't Give Me No Lip
C6 (I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone
C7 Submission
D1 Liar
D2 Substitute
D3 No Feelings
D4 No Fun
D5 Pretty Vacant
D6 Problems
Live In Dallas, Texas USA Jan. 10, 1978
E1 God Save The Queen
E2 I Wanna Be Me
E3 Seventeen
E4 New York
E6 Bodies
F1 No Feelings
F2 Problems
F3 Pretty Vacant
F4 Anarchy In The U.K.
F5 No Fun
Winterland, San Francisco Jan. 14, 1978 (Last Sex Pistols Concert)
G1 God Save The Queen
G2 I Wanna Be Me
G3 Seventeen
G4 New York
G6 Belsen Was A Gas
G7 Bodies
G8 Holidays In The Sun
H1 Liar
H2 No Feelings
H3 Problems
H4 Pretty Vacant
H5 Anarchy In The U.S.A.
H6 No Fun


12" black box with 3/4 wrap-around b&w picture sleeve.
Records have picture labels.
Track listing on back 1/4 of sleeve.
Edition of 250 sets.

Record 1 is a re-release of "Spunk"
Record 2 is a re-release of "Indecent Exposure"
Record 3 is a re-release of "Welcome To The Rodeo"
Record 4 is a re-release of "Gun Control"

The wrap-around states that Record 1 has 15 tracks, there is actually only 12
Record 2 - was recorded at the 76 Club, not the 100 Club

On the original numbered pressings, the bottom right corner should read :
"limited edition. - 250 sets only - This is No ____" with a handwritten number

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: Record 1 : BLA A / BLA B
  • Matrix / Runout: Record 2 : SP6418A / SP6418B
  • Matrix / Runout: Record 3 : SP2800-A Re 1 / SP2800-B Re 1
  • Matrix / Runout: Record 4 : SP2900-A / SP2900-B


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April 30, 2015
There is no limited edition. Most of the first pressing have been seized by the FBI but the boxset was later manufactured again and again and again. Some copies still have "limited edition. - 250 sets only - This is No ____" (some with a handwritten number in order to make it look like a "real original" copy) others don't, but there is NO limited edition of 250 copies, this boxset is probably still made nowadays somewhere in the world. Most of the time, people believe this kind of record is limited to 250, 500 or 1000 copies. Not true. There are thousands copies of Spunk, Welcome to the rodeo, 100 Club (76 Club) and Gun Control with the same matrix numbers and same labels. This boxset is, in fact, very common in the band's discography.


March 5, 2015
edited over 4 years ago
lots of fake German represses are out there all with the same number 215. If your copy has Black and white labels and number 215 its one of the German fakes from the early 80s. Colored labels are the original issue.