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Alan G. Parker and Mick O'Shea: Young Flesh Required: Growing Up With The Sex PistolsYoung Flesh Required: Growing Up With The Sex Pistols (2011)
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Contributed by: Rich27Rich27
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Like many people of a certain age, I can point to the Sex Pistols for being responsible for what my parents saw as a phase but which has turned into a life that relies heavily on punk music and much of what accompanies that genre i.e. politics etc. From the moment I heard “Pretty Vacant” on the weekly radio chart show here in the U.K. I realized that something was going to change for me with a stirring happening deep within me that would have a lasting effect on me and my life. That’s not to say that the Sex Pistols have been a favorite band of mine but there is no denying that they were a catalyst for much of what was to come in the intervening three-and-a-half decades.
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