Sex Pistols - Never mind the bollocks!

Anarchy In The UK!

"Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols!" is the name of their only album, with which Johnny Rotten & Co had a decisive influence on the punk genre. The first single, "Anarchy in the U.K.", released in advance, made the scandalous band instantly famous. It was never about musical finesse, but above all about attitude - and they had plenty of that! In their fight against the establishment, the Sex Pistols also tangled with their record companies and concert promoters, but nothing could stop their triumphal march. Thus, the ironic second single "God Save The Queen" shot to #1 in the charts, although it was boycotted by public radio and major record chains. With the mockumentary "The Great Rock'n'Roll Swindle", the Sex Pistols created another monument for themselves.

"Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols!" is the name of their only album, with which Johnny Rotten & Co had a decisive influence on the punk genre. The first single, "Anarchy in... read more »
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Sex Pistols - Never mind the bollocks!

"Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols!" is the name of their only album, with which Johnny Rotten & Co had a decisive influence on the punk genre. The first single, "Anarchy in the U.K.", released in advance, made the scandalous band instantly famous. It was never about musical finesse, but above all about attitude - and they had plenty of that! In their fight against the establishment, the Sex Pistols also tangled with their record companies and concert promoters, but nothing could stop their triumphal march. Thus, the ironic second single "God Save The Queen" shot to #1 in the charts, although it was boycotted by public radio and major record chains. With the mockumentary "The Great Rock'n'Roll Swindle", the Sex Pistols created another monument for themselves.

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Sex Pistols (Union Jack) - Kids t-shirt
Sex Pistols (Union Jack) - Kids t-shirt
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Sex Pistols & Union Jack

The Sex Pistols were one of the first bands who, driven by their clever manager Malcolm McLaren, understood the great importance of visuals and implemented them accordingly. The iconic band logo in the look of torn-out newspaper letters has an enormously high recognition value. Especially in combination with the stylised Union Jack, it screams "Anarchy in the UK"! Our self-designed textiles with functional details and well-fitting cuts range from baby bodysuits to various shirts and hooded jackets with extra-smooth zips. The right design for every child with attitude!

Extraordinary shirts for little punks

In addition to the Sex Pistols, we also have stylish shirts from other punk bands like Bad Religion, Dropkick Murphys and Rise Against in our range. The stuck-out tongue of the Rolling Stones also has real attitude, which we offer as an anarchy statement in its own right, even without the band logo.

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