Taking its rightful place in the Faber Modern Classics series is this... the best book ever written about the Sex Pistols and the history of UK punk. We might go as far as to say that this is the best book ever written about British youth subculture, or about British music, or about the social history of the UK in the mid to late 1970s.
IT IS THAT GOOD. I read this in the mid-1990s and it made me realise that music and its place in the culture was vitally important.
This new iteration has a forward by Jonny Marr, an updated discography and an account of the band's 1996 'Filthy Lucre' reunion tour.