The Filth and the Fury

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Macmillan, Mar 16, 2000 - Drama - 144 pages
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The official companion to the Fine Line Features documentary film.

The Sex Pistols burst onto the music scene in 1976 and smashed up everything they touched. Their revolutionary sound energized disaffected youth worldwide while their larger-than-life singer, John Lydon (aka Johnny Rotten), and bass player, Sid Vicious, captured headlines throughout the Pistols' twenty-six-month reign as the lads who created punk.

For the first time, John Lydon, Paul Cook, Glen Matlock, Steve Jones, and Sid Vicious tell their story together in their own words through new interviews and archival material. Raw and engaging, The Filth and the Fury captures the emotions and egos that fueled the Pistols' rise to fame and ultimately brought them down.

Dive from the stage into The Filth and the Fury.

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