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God Save The Queen - Sex Pistols - The Very Best Of (Cassette)

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  • pjlazenby 23rd Oct Since, when the 7" was king (beyond this site!), singles used on jukeboxes tended to be ordinary copies dinked by the jukebox operator after leaving the pressing plant, they're not 'official' variants (at least to my mind).There are exceptions, of course - two-track juke versions of EPs, loads of '90s hits with unpainted plastic labels, and this quirky little item by.
  • Si from London, England The title was actually "No Future" but this was changed to "God Save the Queen" when the release date was found to be close to that of the queen's silver jubilee in The irony, of course, is that the song doesn't actually insult the queen at all, it .
  • Sex Pistols ‎– God Save The Queen Label: Virgin ‎– 8 2 8, Virgin ‎– 8 2, Variety ‎– 8 2 8, Variety ‎– 8 2.
  • Single Review: The Sex Pistols - God Save The Queen Never mind the Jubilee, here’s the Sex Pistols! The legendary punk pioneers released this single to coincide with Queen Elizabeth II silver jubilee in and now this review will go live on the Queen’s diamond jubilee thirty five years later.
  • Nov 16,  · This weekend, a rare pressing of The Sex Pistols "God Save the Queen" 7" single will be up for sale at London's Music Mania record fair. Previously, sales of this rare vinyl have fetched up to £.
  • Lyrics. Sex Pistols God save the Queen, her facist regime They made you a moron, potential h-bomb God save the Queen, she ain't no human being There's no future in England's dreaming Don't be told what you want, don't be told what you need There's no future, no future, no future for you God save the Queen, we mean it man We love our Queen, god saves God save the Queen 'cos those tourists are.
  • God Save The Queen guitar tab by Sex Pistols with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal.
  • Mar 02,  · Today we’re taking a look at some of the best covers of the legendary Sex Pistols song “God Save The Queen” from It was a UK number 1 song that wasn’t an official number 1! As the song was mocking the UK monarchy and it became number 1 just as it happened to be the Queen’s Jubilee there was no way it could be allowed so it was simply crossed out on the number 1 spot.

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