Written-By – Cochran, Capehart
Written-By – Francois, Revaux, Anka
Producer – M. FooteVocals – Black Arabs
|6||Don't Give Me No Lip Child||3:30|
|7||Einmal Belsen War Wirklich Vortrefflich||2:10|
|8||Anarchy In The UK||4:00|
|9||You Need Hands|
Vocals – Malcolm McLarenWritten-By – Irwin
Written-By – P. Townshend
|11||Rock Around The Clock|
Vocals – Ten Pole TudorWritten-By – D. E. Knight, M. Freedman
|12||The Great Rock 'N' Roll Swindle|
Written-By – Temple
|14||No One Is Innocent||3:00|
|15||Johnny B Goode|
Written-By – C. Berry
|16||L'Anarchie Pour Le U.K.|
Producer – J. DavoustTranslated By – L. BrennonVocals – Jerzimy
|17||Watcha Gonna Do About It|
Written-By – Potter, S.Well
|18||(I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone|
Written-By – Boyce/Hart
Written-By – J. Richman
|20||God Save The Queen (Orchestral)||4:00|
|21||Einmal Belsen War Vortrefflich (Live)||2:10|
Written-By – Cochran, Sheeley
|23||Friggin' In The Riggin'|
Arranged By – JonesWritten-By – Trad.
This is the FIRST pressing of the soundtrack album to the film of the same name featuring 23 tracks.
Not all tracks from the film are on the album and not all the tracks on the album were featured in the final released version of the film either!
The track listing on the inner sleeve is correct although 'No one is Innocent' is called 'Cosh The Driver', 'Friggin' In The Riggin' is listed as 'The Good Ship Venus' and 'C'mon Everybody' is written as 'Come On Everybody'.
Also the tracks on the sleeve are not listed in the correct order, it just states 'includes' and is missing 'Who Killed Bambi' & 'Rock Around The Clock'.
The timing of 6 minutes 20 is the total time for tracks A3 and A4.
This sleeve has RED text along the spine.
Some version 1 sleeves included version 2 discs as well as an amended track list paper insert and, in some cases, stickers too including a RARE star shaped sticker which incorrectly states '20 New Tracks' instead of 21.
However, just to confuse matters the LP on which matrix/runout Variant 2 is based contains the original version 1 discs and the paper insert!
℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd.
© Matrixbest Ltd.
The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle is the soundtrack album of the film of the same name by the Sex Pistols. By the time the soundtrack was being prepared, Johnny Rotten Lydon had left the band and refused to participate in the project, so the proper Sex Pistols tracks were done by taking Lydon's vocals from the October 1976 demo session recordings and rerecording their instrumental tracks done by Paul Cook and Steve Jones. The Great Rock 'N' Roll Swindle - Sex Pistols. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Sex Pistols. The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle. Anarchy In The UK 2012 Remastered Version. Steve Jones, John Lydon, Glen Matlock, Paul Cook. UMG от лица компании UMC Universal Music Catalogue UMPI, Shapiro Bernstein и другие авторские общества 4. Album 1979 25 Songs. Music Videos. My Way. Something Else. Anarchy in the UK. Released February 26, 1979. The Great Rock n Roll Swindle Tracklist. God Save the Queen Symphony Lyrics. The Great Rock n Roll Swindle is the soundtrack album of the film of the same name by the Sex Pistols. It also includes performances by other artists. The Great Rock n Roll Swindle Q&A. The album also includes rehearsal cover versions with John Rotten dating back to 1976. The Great Rock n Roll Swindle has since been reissued countless times. Includes the odd nugget, but be warned, this is a very different Sex Pistols to the band with John Rotten. Listen: Buy Now. Listen free to Sex Pistols The Great Rock 'N' Roll Swindle The God Save the Queen Symphony, Rock Around the Clock and more. 22 tracks 73:38. Release Date. 26 February 1979. Cheeky and chaotic, the 1980 The Great Rock 'N' Roll Swindle began life as a Russ Meyer project co-written by Roger Ebert called Who Killed Bambi. Julien Temple Earth Girls Are Easy took over, working closely with the Pistols' former manager, Malcolm McClaren, and overhauled the script to focus almost exclusively on McClaren's self-serving recollections of turning an unknown band into a success through poor musicianship, crafty bookings, and well-publicized bad manners at pivotal moments. Malcolm McLaren attempted to follow in the peculiarly UK tradition of The Great Rock Manager with The Sex Pistols. A rather incoherent post-breakup Sex Pistols documentary, told from the point of view of Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren, whose arguable position is that the Sex Pistols in particular and punk rock in general were an elaborate scam perpetrated by him in order to make a million pounds. Silly and hard to follow at times, but worth seeing for some excellent Pistols concert footage, some. Title: The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle 1980. Album by Sex Pistols. was sampled in