I live by the river He recalls of their time together in The Pistols: "John Lydon had his moments but he was a good singer, good songwriter. One might expect the group to leave the audience totally frustrated, by refusing to do an encore, but amidst roars for more, the Pistols return to the stage and launch into a cover of the Stooges' "No Fun.
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During this two week assault on America, which was plagued by poor planning and predictably violent reactions, the group's bass player, Sid Vicious, paved the way toward a whole new level of decadence. A thoughtful, laconic figure, Matlock made his peace with Lydon long ago - though one senses the pair will never be best mates - and they even played together in a reformed Pistols tour some 10 years ago.
They kick off the set with their signature song, "God Save The Queen," a seething attack on the British monarchy.
I was 18 with my head full of ideas. Here Rotten denounces a society that forces its women to seek illegal and potentially life-threatening abortions. Sid: I don't know. Despite releasing only one album during this tumultuous era, the Sex Pistols created one of the great paradigm shifts in modern music, forever changing the landscape of the music industry.
Sid Vicious, who died weeks later, is seen in Never Mind The Baubles - a documentary about the unusual Christmas show - chatting with fans and giving them gifts.