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Album: Spunk: The Original 1977 Bootleg Album [Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Seventeen
2)    Satellite
3)    Feelings (No Feelings)
4)    Just Me (I Wanna Be Me)
5)    Submission
6)    Nookie (Anarchy in the U.K.)
7)    No Future (God Save the Queen)
8)    Problems
9)    Lots of Fun (Pretty Vacant)
10)    Liar
11)    Who Was It (EMI)
12)    New York (Looking for a Kiss)
13)    Anarchy in the UK [Denmark Street Demo July 76]
14)    Pretty Vacant [Denmark Street Demo July 76]
15)    No Fun [Unedited Version. Oct 76]
 

Album: Spunk: The Original 1977 Bootleg Album [Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Seventeen
2)    Satellite
3)    Feelings (No Feelings)
4)    Just Me (I Wanna Be Me)
5)    Submission
6)    Nookie (Anarchy in the U.K.)
7)    No Future (God Save the Queen)
8)    Problems
9)    Lots of Fun (Pretty Vacant)
10)    Liar
11)    Who Was It (EMI)
12)    New York (Looking for a Kiss)
13)    Anarchy in the UK [Denmark Street Demo July 76]
14)    Pretty Vacant [Denmark Street Demo July 76]
15)    No Fun [Unedited Version. Oct 76]
 
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Performer Notes
  • Audio Remasterer: Nick Watson.
  • Photographer: Barry Plumber.
  • The word "bootleg" conjures low-fidelity, poorly-sequenced tracks, and a raw, thrown-together feel. The irony here is that this pre-NEVER MIND THE BOLLOCKS batch of Sex Pistols demos sounds slicker, tighter, and savvier than the legitimate album that succeeded it. Released just before their debut album in 1977, these recordings--nascent versions of many of the tracks from BOLLOCKS--were quickly suppressed. Although they've shown up as bonus tracks elsewhere, this is the first official CD release of SPUNK on its own, and well worth owning for the historical value alone.
Professional Reviews
Uncut (p.97) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[Featuring] the original band in their first flush: Matlock and Cook the foundation, Jones exploding in torrid frenzies and Rotten's screamed, hoarse vocal defiantly red in tooth and claw."

Kerrang (Magazine) (p.50) - "[F]or a moment -- this moment -- the Pistols were the most important band in the world."
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