Never Mind The Bollocks Heres The Sex Pistols review by Sex Pistols

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  • Released: Jun 24, 1996
  • Sound: 6
  • Lyrics: 6
  • Overall Impression: 6
  • Reviewer's score: 6 Neat
  • Users' score: 9.2 (56 votes)
Sex Pistols: Never Mind The Bollocks Heres The Sex Pistols
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Sound — 6
The music on this CD is very simple. Max. 5 chords per song. They are not as talented as the Clash and never will be. The main music genre composed on this CD is punk rock (or alternative as some may prefer). The simplicity comes in on tracks such as "Liar" and "Bodies". Although it may be very simple stuff. It does have some enjoyment w/ elemnts uch as breif solos, slides, and rebellious sing-along tracks.

Lyrics — 6
Johnny Rotten is a very annoying singer and it shows all the way on the tracks "Holidays In The Sun", "God Save The Queen", "Anarchy In The U.K." and "Liar". He is a horrid singer with barely any talent. No melody whatsoever. He made me realize I could sing. The lyrics clear very little of the spaces. Ok lyrics on "God Save The Queen" Horrible lyrivs on practically everything else escpecially "Bodies".

Overall Impression — 6
Battle of the Punks: The Clash > Sex Pistols, The Ramones > Sex Pistols, The Damned > Sex Pistols, Rancid < The Sex Pistols, NOFX < Sex Pistols. Don't buy it. Bad CD.

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