Live Sex Pistols DVD En Route

 

 

Directed by the mighty Julien Temple,
natch.

By
Fred Mills

 

THERE’LL ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND is
directed by none other than Julien
Temple and, as you might
suspect from the headline, it’s a Sex Pistols film. Temple previously was behind The Filth and the Fury, of course. This
time around we get a document of the band’s live performance at Brixton Academy last year. The performance
celebrated 30 years since the release of Never
Mind The Bollocks
.

 

 

In
addition to this are 98 mins of extras which features the band’s “unique guide
to London” and the places and venues that shaped
punk, with some never-before-seen archive footage and interviews exclusive to THERE’LL ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND.

 

 

John
Lydon offered in a statement, “Buy one get one for the same price as
one.” Meanwhile, director Temple
was a bit more forthcoming, saying, “This film is about the unique
electricity between the Sex Pistols and their audience. The amazing cross
section of the crowd at a Pistols gig is like no other, and the Brixton shows
last year brought the band to a whole new generation as well as to those that
have been there from the very beginning. THERE’LL ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND
documents a unique band in every sense.”

 

 

Rhino/FremantleMedia
Enterprises will release THEYRE’LL ALWAYS
BE AN ENGLAND
on DVD on October 14. That same day, Rhino will reissue Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex
Pistols
on 180-gram vinyl. All together now, kids: let’s count how many
times the album has been reissued…. Ever get the feeling you’ve been cheated?

 

 

 

THERE’LL
ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND
Tracklisting:

 

 

1.        Pretty Vacant

2.        Seventeen

3.        No Feelings

4.        New
York

5.        Did You No Wrong

6.        Liar

7.        Beside The Seaside

8.        Holidays In The Sun

9.        Submission

10.      (I’m Not Your) Stepping Stone

11.      No Fun

12.      Problems

13.      God Save The Queen

14.       EMI

15.       Bodies

16.       Anarchy In The UK

17.    Roadrunner

 

Special Features: The Knowledge – The Pistols Guide To London

 

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