"Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols"

Backslapping time. Well done us. We are fantastic.

"Never Mind The Bollocks.." Fave track please!

1. Holidays In The Sun
16
20%
2. Bodies
13
16%
3. No Feelings
2
2%
4. Liar
0
No votes
5. Problems
3
4%
6. God Save The Queen
8
10%
7. Seventeen
1
1%
8. Anarchy In the UK
21
26%
9. Submission
4
5%
10. Pretty Vacant
10
12%
11. New York
3
4%
12. E.M.I.
1
1%
 
Total votes: 82

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Postby The Prof » 21 Aug 2004, 15:19

Bruno wrote:moved on...thank you.!


Back to your well, I hope :twisted:

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Postby yomptepi » 21 Aug 2004, 15:24

Not at all, I'm not going back to the well. I'ne had enough of being browbeaten by a bunch of music snobs. I will fight for the right to speak my mind, and I will not let you and the other taste Nazis cramp my opinions, or intimidate me any more. I am a free man, and I will have my say. :|
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Postby The Modernist » 21 Aug 2004, 15:27

Bruno wrote:Not at all, I'm not going back to the well. I'ne had enough of being browbeaten by a bunch of music snobs. I will fight for the right to speak my mind, and I will not let you and the other taste Nazis cramp my opinions, or intimidate me any more. I am a free man, and I will have my say. :|


Are you Patrick McGoohan in disguise :D

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Postby Nikki Gradual » 21 Aug 2004, 15:27

Bruno wrote: I am a free man |


What, even under Blair's junta dictatorship?
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Postby Guest » 21 Aug 2004, 15:27

Taste Nazis. Hmm. I kind of like that.

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Postby The Modernist » 21 Aug 2004, 15:31

Nikki Gradual wrote:
Bruno wrote: I am a free man |


What, even under Blair's junta dictatorship?


Yes. He is heroically swimming against the tide with only the forces of world capitalism and the mass media to help him.

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Postby Dr Gillian McKeith » 21 Aug 2004, 15:33

As far as I can see, I see freedom , equality , and the right to work!
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Postby Diamond Dog » 22 Aug 2004, 14:03

Bruno wrote:Not at all, I'm not going back to the well. I've had enough of being browbeaten by a bunch of music snobs. |


Is that the music snobs from the provinces or Covent Garden?
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Postby Guest » 22 Aug 2004, 14:45

TheModernist wrote:
Nikki Gradual wrote:
Bruno wrote: I am a free man |


What, even under Blair's junta dictatorship?


Yes. He is heroically swimming against the tide with only the forces of world capitalism and the mass media to help him.


He'll never win with those odds....

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Postby yomptepi » 23 Aug 2004, 19:25

Diamonddog wrote:
Bruno wrote:Not at all, I'm not going back to the well. I've had enough of being browbeaten by a bunch of music snobs. |


Is that the music snobs from the provinces or Covent Garden?


Do you get snobs in the provinces.

I thought it was all Hicks!
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Postby Diamond Dog » 23 Aug 2004, 19:29

Bruno wrote:
Diamonddog wrote:
Bruno wrote:Not at all, I'm not going back to the well. I've had enough of being browbeaten by a bunch of music snobs. |


Is that the music snobs from the provinces or Covent Garden?


Do you get snobs in the provinces.

I thought it was all Hicks!


You wouldn't let it lie, would you?

As you're only about twenty five miles from me, how do you be doing hick?
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Postby yomptepi » 23 Aug 2004, 19:31

Diamonddog wrote:
Bruno wrote:
Diamonddog wrote:
Bruno wrote:Not at all, I'm not going back to the well. I've had enough of being browbeaten by a bunch of music snobs. |


Is that the music snobs from the provinces or Covent Garden?


Do you get snobs in the provinces.

I thought it was all Hicks!


You wouldn't let it lie, would you?

As you're only about twenty five miles from me, how do you be doing hick?


i think you'll find that those are 20 long miles as far as hicksville is concerned. The heart of the golden triangle is hardly Wallingford...is it???
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Postby Diamond Dog » 14 Nov 2004, 15:13

paddington bear wrote:
Diamonddog wrote:
Bruno wrote:
Diamonddog wrote:
Bruno wrote:Not at all, I'm not going back to the well. I've had enough of being browbeaten by a bunch of music snobs. |


Is that the music snobs from the provinces or Covent Garden?


Do you get snobs in the provinces.

I thought it was all Hicks!


You wouldn't let it lie, would you?

As you're only about twenty five miles from me, how do you be doing hick?


i think you'll find that those are 20 long miles as far as hicksville is concerned. The heart of the golden triangle is hardly Wallingford...is it???


Celebrates 850 years next year - how old is your ghetto, sorry, village?
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Postby marios » 14 Nov 2004, 15:18

Is it Lazarus day or sth?

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Postby yomptepi » 14 Nov 2004, 17:28

Diamonddog wrote:[
Celebrates 850 years next year - how old is your ghetto, sorry, village?


Well, since you ask...Missenden Abbey is 11th century, and is built on the site of and earlier monastary. The George was opened in 1183, as the coaching inn on the main london to Aylesbury road. We are not short on History around here you know. :D
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Postby Diamond Dog » 14 Nov 2004, 17:30

paddington bear wrote:
Diamonddog wrote:[
Celebrates 850 years next year - how old is your ghetto, sorry, village?


Well, since you ask...Missenden Abbey is 11th century, and is built on the site of and earlier monastary. The George was opened in 1183, as the coaching inn on the main london to Aylesbury road. We are not short on History around here you know. :D


Ah, but our Charter was granted in 1155. When was yours granted?
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Postby yomptepi » 14 Nov 2004, 17:38

On the way down, Missenden Abbey can be glimpsed through the trees on the left. It was founded in 1133, and after its dissolution in 1538 was converted into a private house. It has changed much over the years, and now serves as both a management training centre and an adult education centre.
Neither the Abbey nor the grounds are open to the public.


I don't know about a charter. Missenden is very small ( and exclusive!) I'm sure if we needed one, we would have one, and it would be earlier and much better than yours. :D

After a little research , It seems you only need a charter to have a market. Missenden has never been a market town, as Amersham to the east , and Wendover to the North were both Market towns. Missenden is a small village, not some vulgar town with a pikey market. Please, have a little respect!


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Postby linusoli » 14 Nov 2004, 20:01

I love this album. It's not perfect, of course, there are weak tracks, but definitely a 9 out of 10 release and to this day an extremely exhilirating listen.

"Bodies" is my personal favorite, if only for the greatest recorded profanity in the history of popular music. You know what I'm talking about.
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Postby Toby » 27 Jan 2005, 09:16

I heard this again last night. It is awesome, still.

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Postby yomptepi » 27 Jan 2005, 17:18

If you liked that Toby. i'll send you some iron maiden and deep purple records, as They sound very similar.
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