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    Sex Pistols"No Future U.K?"

    Label:Culture Factory USA, Inc. – CFU01215, Receiver Records Limited – RRLP 117
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Stereo, Yellow/Black Split


    A1Pretty Vacant
    A2Seventeen (I'm A Lazy Sod)
    A4No Feelings
    A5I Wanna Be Me
    A7Anarchy In The UK
    A8Anarchy In The UK (Different Version)
    B1No Fun
    B2God Save The Queen
    B4Pretty Vacant
    B7New York (Lookin' For A Kiss)

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    Collectors Edition. One pressing of 2,000 worldwide. Package includes original album art, printed inner sleeve, original record labels. Double split colour vinyl (yellow & black)

    Released with permission of Glen Matlock, Steve Jones, Paul Cook. Originally released 1977 as a bootleg. This release under licence from Sanctuary Records Group LTD a BMG company.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 819514012153

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    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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    "No Future U.K?" (LP, Limited Edition, Promo, Reissue, Unofficial Release)Not On Label (Sex Pistols)noneUK1977
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    Golden Bullet (LP, Unofficial Release)Not On Label (Sex Pistols)noneUS1977
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    No Future UK? (LP, Limited Edition, Promo, Reissue, Unofficial Release)BlankBLA 169UK1977
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    No Future U.K.? (LP, Limited Edition, Promo, Unofficial Release)BlankBLA 169UK1977
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    No Future U.K? (CD, Reissue)Receiver Records LimitedCD RR 117UK1989


    Texasbear's avatar
    I have a lot of Sex Pistol’s releases. Oddly enough as only a few are really good and one is an actual album of original songs, Never Mind The Bullocks! They were very influential in my musical taste growing up through the 80’s. Complete chaos and rebellion and that was the initiative that many Gen-Xers needed to get through the Regan years. They made history with their antics and this album is just more of the same bootleg copies that have popped up over the years. I don’t know who has the rights to their catalog now, but I would guess it’s the remaining members. I’ve lost absolutely all respect for John Lyndon, aka Johnny Rotten, who thinks Trump is “great for America” as if he actually cares or lives here! There’s really only two albums that you need to own. Three if you like live music. NMTB was their only official album of original material, Spunk is the “Real Deal” as far as how this band actually sounds without the mastering and the controlled recording environment, but everything else is basically just the same stuff that most fans have already purchased. The Japanese SHM versions of Spunk and Filthy Lucre Live are also worth a listening. I think they sound better than any other copies of these albums I’ve ever heard. NMTB on MQA is amazing if you have the equipment to unfold the format. Unbelievable what you are missing from the vinyl and other releases.

    Malcom McLaren really made off with the money from these guys in a very short time and continued to do so after after Sid Vicious died. I also purchased the Japanese series starting with VJCP-68050 to VJCP68059 as they commemorate the 25th anniversary release of NMTB and when all of these are in series , the OBIs spell out “Sex Pistols” similar to the original Japanese cardboard sleeve version of the Genesis series. It’s pretty cool looking and a great collectors set.
    NImrodP's avatar
    "One pressing of 2,000 worldwide" and French pressing too ?