Sid Vicious and Friends

Perhaps one of the crappiest of the junked out punkers who couldn't sing, write or play an instrument, somehow Sid has become one of the more enduring characters from the first wave of punk. Malcom Mclaren once said,"If Rotten is the voice of punk, then Vicious is the attitude"

Anyway, everyone knows the story. Here's one of his OOP posthumous releases I think there are about a million different versions available. This one boasts a gay 90's remix of 'Anarchy In the UK.' On the whole, its not a horrible album and I like it - in small doses.

SID VICIOUS - Sid Vicious & Friends

(Dressed To Kill - 1999) Out Of Print

Camden Ballroom, London, 1978

01. C'Mon Everybody

02. (I'm Not) You're Stepping Stone

03. No Lip

04. I Wanna Be Your Dog

05. Belson

06. Chatterbox

07. Tight Pants

08. My Way

09. Search & Destroy (CBGB's, New York, NY, 1978)

10. My Way (studio alternate)

11. Pretty Vacant (Sex Pistols live 1977)

12. Submission (remix)

13. Anarchy In The UK (90s dance remix)

Personnel on tracks 1-8:

Sid Vicious (Sex Pistols)

Rat Scabies (The Damned)

Steve New (Rich Kids)

Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols)