Notes. Surfaced 2016. Swedish pressing. Limited to 50 copies. Wrap around sleeve available in green or yellow. Sleeve says ‘Dedicated to Pauline’ (of ‘Bodies’ fame). ‘Rotten Quality’ stamped on blank inner sleeve. Includes insert with memories of the gig. B-side side label has ‘Not’ stamped by hand above ‘Side One’ – two examples shown below. Poor quality recording – John’s vocals low in the mix.
Side One. Anarchy in The UK / I Wanna Be Me / Seventeen / Stepping Stone / God Save The Queen. Side Two. Substitute / No Feelings / Liar / Pretty Vacant / Problems.
Side One. Anarchy In The UK / I Wanna Be Me / Seventeen / Stepping Stone / Satellite / Submission Side Two. Substitute / No Feelings / Liar / Pretty Vacant / God Save The Queen
Live In England at Electric Circus Manchester 1976 (Sauradou) (added to guide ) Live, Electric Circus, Manchester 9th December 1976.
Side One. Anarchy In The UK / I Wanna Be Me / Seventeen / Stepping Stone / Satellite Side Two. God Save The Queen / Substitute / Liar / No Feelings / Problems
Notes. Surfaced . Taken from poor quality traders tape, complete with cut during Seventeen. Same bootlegger as D-Day In Dallas, Dance To The Sex Pistols & Keeping It Cool At The Pingvin Club LPs. LP pressed on red, blue, and white vinyl. 100 copies of each.
Anarchy In The U.K. (demo/outtake) / Anarchy In The U.K. (backing track) (Friends Of Vicious FOV 004) (added to guide ) Studio.
Swedish bootleg with deluxe colour cover using the same cartoon poster as SEX 24 but with a blue background
Notes. Surfaced . Swedish pressing. Limited to 50 copies. Pink vinyl. Wrap around sleeve. Lathe cut (same as other Friends Of Vicious pressings). Tracks appear on Virgin’s SEXBOX1 (2002).
Spunk (Blank BLA 169 or 669). Also (The Amazing Kornyfone TAKRL 929) Studio demos, Denmark St. – July ’76, Gooseberry Studios – January ’77 & Lansdowne Studios ’76 (Nookie). Side One. Seventeen / Satellite / Feelings / Just Me / Submission / Nookie Side Two. No Future / Problems / Lots Of Fun / Liar / Who Was It / New York (Looking For A Kiss)
Notes. Tracks incorrectly titled on labels: Just Me = I Wanna Be Me / Nookie = Anarchy In The UK / No Future = God Save The Queen / Lots Of Fun = Pretty Vacant / Who Was It = EMI. Cat. no. LYN 4733-14 handwritten on some labels. (BLA 169) European https://hookupdate.net/pl/curves-connect-recenzja/ bootleg with deluxe purple cover. (BLA 669) U.S. copy released circa 1980. Generally sold under name, Live in Concert. (TAKRL 929) U.S. pressing with ‘black on yellow’ labels. A U.S. pressing was released on the Canyon Records label in the eighties. Dark blue label with white lettering. A further pressing carried the No Future UK red & blue cover, but with 12 tracks listed on the back sleeve. Pink label.
Anarchy Tour ’76 (‘SEX001 A’ etched on the A side & ‘SIX003 B’ on the B side) Live, Electric Circus, Manchester 9th December 1976
No Future UK? (GD ) Studio demos, “Spunk” LP plus Denmark St. – July ’76 versions of “Pretty Vacant” & “Anarchy In The UK”, & Wessex Studios take of “No Fun”.
Side One. Pret ty Vacant / Seventeen / Satellite (I’m A Lazy Sod) / No Feelings / I Wanna Be Me / Submission / Anarchy In The UK / Anarchy In The UK (Different Version) Side Two. No Fun / God Save The Queen / Problems / Pretty Vacant / Liar / EMI / New York (Looking For A Kiss)