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Sticker on front: "30th anniversary edition as originally released with poster and 7" insert". Limited edition reissue of the SPOT's edition, as per the original unlimited is unlimited 11 track pressing, with the correct running order of unlimited.

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The collection previously came out in a limited edition in but quickly went out of print. Since none of the band members are considering re-forming or making another album, the box set could be the final, definitive statement on the Sex Pistols.

The ever-volatile Sid Vicious died of a drug overdose in Johnny Rotten: We decided to have a holiday as band en masse and we grouped ourselves in the Channel Islands and they immediately rejected us. As Sex Pistols, we found ourselves banned just about everywhere. We marched up and down the beaches looking for somewhere to stay and the whole thing became really pathetic. We bumped into the local gang and the top boy accommodated us for one evening and then we left.

Steve and Paul went home, and me and Sid decided to go to Berlin, because it was the maddest place to go. It was great fun. It was us, from our side, looking over the wall and [the Germans] are pointing guns at us. Rotten: Pauline, in the song, was a very, very crazy disturbed person. You would probably call her a stalker these days, but in the early days we never had the term for it. She was just turning up all the time and had an unpleasant attitude; she was clingy. Is it wise to bring an unwanted child into the world?

In that song I raise both sides of the agenda and actually put myself in there, too. That was just my anger at the end of it. He was trying to be a bit New York Dolls—y, I suppose.

We were just hapless young idiots really and we were really unprepared for the world of greed and adulthood that we were thrown into so quickly. Everyone had their piece of poisonous influence to whisper in your ear, and that could cause great division.

So I just came around to the point where instead of allowing division, I would unleash my derision. I think we always knew that about him, and in an odd way, it was one of his most adorable features.

Do you know when you really know someone, you kind of accept those kinds of things because you take everything with a pinch of salt? Matlock: That was more of a free-for-all kind of a song. We all came up with parts. But I came up with this riff on it. We did quite a bit with [producer] Chris Spedding before doing the album, and he taught me aspects of song structure and how to not ignore the music and just to stop ranting. Music was new to me. To me, the lyrics themselves were a fun thing.

It was expressing my point of view on the Monarchy in general and on anybody that begs your obligation with no thought. You have to earn the right to call on my friendship and my loyalty. And you have to have value-proven points in order for me to support you.

Rotten: I think that the song was misunderstood as a personal attack [on the Monarchy]. Oh, my God, they get my heartfelt sympathy; I feel they have been born into a birdcage. There is no way out because there is nothing to compare it to, other than the entrapment of rule and regulation. They are slowly but surely shape-shifting into a very nice middle-class family with 3.

I love the pageantry. I associate that with football. And you try and fight that off as much as you can. This, together with the first disc, includes most of the material recorded by the band while Johnny Rotten was the singer. The third disc, composed of previously unreleased live tracks, is almost completely made up with a 31 August gig at Islington Screen on the Green Cinema.

Live bonus tracks include songs never recorded in the studio, "Understanding", "Flowers of Romance" and the legendary live performance of " Belsen Was a Gas ". The box set includes almost the entire known recorded output of the band while Johnny Rotten was in the band. To note is that the "Pretty Vacant" version from July , included on the box set as the first track on disc 2 is in fact the same recording as on the "Spunk" album, only with a slightly different mix and added studio chatter from the intro of the January session.

None of the post-Johnny Rotten material is included on the box, most of which can be found on The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle soundtrack.