The Sex Pistols were signed to EMI back in 1976 but the relationship didn't last long due to the band's memorable and controversial interview with Bill Grundy. The conflict between the Sex Pistols and EMI led to the song "EMI" that appeared on Nevermind the Bollocks. EMI was ironically purchased by Universal Records and Sony which relieved the band of their contract.
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