Sex Pistols discography
Sex Pistols - the British rock group which has was the fullest embodiment of subculture of the punk. Despite short duration of the existence (hardly more than two years), Sex Pistols have made the strongest impact on a rock music both in Great Britain, and behind its limits.
In spite of the fact that disputes on the one who was the first pank group proceed, the majority of critics and musicians converge in one: Sex Pistols were and remain the fullest embodiment of subculture of "punk". Though their music wasn't revolutionary, - Ramones in the USA already played noisy and primitive songs, - Sex Pistols each act, say, gesture, an attire bore uncompromising charges of anarchy, provocation, wit and a policy. As happens in similar cases, has simultaneously worked set of factors. Great Britain in second half 1970th endured postimperial decline on which world crisis was imposed; there were strikes, with fast rates of unemployment mistrust to the government grew also, for youth of the lowest classes the future was represented more and more uncertain, giving rise in it to natural nihilism, -in such atmosphere passed collective life. But Sex Pistols also were inconceivable without such persevering impresario as a McLaren, afflicted ideas of provocation; without Jemi Read, the author of all graphic works of group (a cover, posters, etc.), being now genre classics; without Vivien Vestvud by whom all punks of London have been obliged almost,- it was the designer of numerous jackets with pins, fragmentary mesh T-shirts, motorcycle chains-collars and so forth; without, at last, Johnny Rottena whose wit and a humiliating manner of singing were a kernel of music Sex Pistols. The influence rendered by group on a course of modern music can be compared to what have rendered at various times Elvis Presley and Beatles. read more on Sex Pistols Discography