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Well Sid Vicious was a good singer, but a horrible bassist in the Pistols; but his post-Pistols stuff he sounded pretty good. However I get the feeling that a lot of people bought this because they saw Sid Vicious as the artist. Poor Sid was a messed up individual, and not just because of drugs. Read about him some time, John Lydon's (Johnny Rotten) book gives a good picture on Sid's persona. But I digress; it sounds good, I like the album.

the real Sid

in the sex pistols sid was horrible at bass, but he was great at singing as shown here

Sid Rocks!

If you love Sid Vicious,Sex Pistols,or Vicious White Kids,you need to buy this album.


Born: May 10, 1957 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Ask the proverbial American on the street to name a member of the Sex Pistols -- or, for that matter, to name the first British punk figure who comes to mind -- and chances are that the answer will be "Sid Vicious." That's because for many listeners, the myth surrounding Sid Vicious became the essence of what punk rock was all about -- anarchy, violence (especially at gigs), nihilism, wild excess, an apathetic lack of concern with everyone and everything, and dying young, all in the service of a...
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