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Friday, June 24, 2022

‘Playing the Sex Pistols felt like time travel’

On June 7, 1977, when the great and the good gathered at the mall to celebrate the silver jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, a small boat decked out in homemade banners stood under Westminster Bridge. On the ship, chaos reigned, a band thrashing through a noisy song led by their vocalist, a little man with red hair and wildly staring eyes. “God save the queen,” he sang, “fascist regime, they made you a fool, potentially H-bomb.”

One of these seemed very British, and the exhibition came to an abrupt end when the police forced the boat to dock and arrested most of the crew. The vocalist was John Lydon (or Johnny Rotten), the band the Sex Pistols, invented by Malcolm McLaren (according to McLaren), and for a brief but spectacular moment was the best of Britain’s founding.

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