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Sex Pistols - Spunk MP3 FLAC

Sex Pistols - Spunk MP3 FLAC
Performer:
Sex Pistols
Album:
Spunk
Style:
Punk
Released:
Oct 1977
Country:
UK
Label:
Blank
Catalog:
BLA 169
FLAC size:
1256 mb
MP3 size:
2619 mb
WMA size:
1268 mb


Tracklist


1Pretty Vacant
2Seventeen
3Submission
4No Feelings
5EMI
6Problems
7Satellite
8I Wanna Be Me
9New York
10Liar
11Anarchy In The U.K.
12God Save The Queen


Credits


  • Engineer [Uncredited]Kim Thraves (tracks: A6), Mark Lusardi (tracks: B1 to B6)
  • ProducerP. Dickerson


Notes


This is the initial pressing of "SPUNK". Due to rush release to beat NMTB in the shops in the U.K., this release came out just in a plain white sleeve. Labels are matt purple/white printings and matrix number as mentioned down under. The inner sleeve is the same used as for NMTB a few days later! Now you can easily spot if you have the initial copy. To avoid endless discussions about this submission being double, triple or what else: This IS the first release as it hit the shops in early October 1977! All others have followed after this one in countless variations, as bootleg, semi offical and also nowadays as an official release!

Have also added a picture of the sleeve details, everyone who has the orignal NMTB-release will see, that there are the same printings on both inner sleeves!

This is the infamous "Spunk" bootleg released just before the Never Mind The Bollocks LP, "initially released without a sleeve in a rush to beat 'Never Mind The Bollocks' to the shops." (Gavin Walsh: "God Save The Sex Pistols - A Collector's Guide To The Priests Of Punk", Plexus 2003, page 102)

Reviewed in SOUNDS (22/10/1977) and ZIGZAG #78 (11/1977).

A1-5 are demos recorded by Dave Goodman in July 1976
A6 is the rejected Dave Goodman produced version of the band's debut single Anarchy In The U.K., recorded in October 1976
B1-6 are demos recorded by Dave Goodman in January 1977

Most songs are mistitled on sleeve and labels:
A2 as "Satelite"
A3 as "Feelings"
A4 as "Just Me"
A6 as "Nookie"
B1 as "No Future" (which was the original title at the time of recording)
B3 as "Lots Of Fun"
B5 as "Who Was It"
B6 as "New York (Looking For A Kiss)"

Original copies can be identified by the matrix numbers engraved in the runout.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (A side): LYN 4372-111
  • Matrix / Runout (B side): LYN 4373-111


Companies


  • Pressed By – Lyntone Recordings Ltd.
  • Published By – White Bitch