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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Sex Pistols - Spunk LP (1977)










London, England - 77 Punk

**INFO** (Wikipedia)

Spunk is a bootleg demo album by the English punk rock band The Sex Pistols. It was originally released in the United Kingdom during September or October 1977.

The album comprises studio demos and talking recorded with Dave Goodman during 1976 and early 1977, while original bass player Glen Matlock was still a member of the band. Most of the songs would later be re-recorded and officially released on the group's album, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols.

Some Sex Pistols fans concur with McLaren – and producer Goodman – that the raw versions of the songs on Spunk are superior to the officially released ones, particularly since Spunk approximates a faithful reproduction of the original Sex Pistols line-up's live sound. The album also features the bass-lines of Glen Matlock, which were not reproduced when guitarist Steve Jones took over bass duties for the recording of Never Mind the Bollocks.

Spunk is therefore often cited as the Sex Pistols' de facto alternative debut album. Certainly a tape of part or all of Spunk had been played to Tony Parsons as early as March 1977, and became the subject of his NME article, "Blank Nuggets in the UK", which described the recordings as if they represented an imminent debut album release.

1. Seventeen
2. Satellite
3. Feelings [Aka 'No Feelings']
4. Just Me [Aka 'I Wanna Be Me']
5. Submission
6. Nookie [Aka 'Anarchy In the U.K.']
7. No Future [Aka 'God Save the Queen']
8. Problems
9. Lots of Fun [Aka 'Pretty Vacant']
10. Liar
11. Who Was It [Aka 'E.M.I.']
12. Looking For a Kiss [Aka 'New York']
13. Anarchy In the U.K. [Denmark Street Demo, July 1976]
14. Pretty Vacant [Denmark Street Demo, July 1976]
15. No Fun [*][Unedited Version, October 1976]

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