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Vinyl LP | / UK – Reissue | Used Vinyl (Vinyl: VG+ / Cover: VG+). Add to Cart. Sold out This item is sold out. Used Vinyl. Vinyl: VG+ / Cover: VG+ More. Spunk is a bootleg demo album by the English punk rock band The Sex Pistols. It was originally . Bonus tracks on the original No Future UK? bootleg and official Sanctuary Spunk CD. "Anarchy in the UK" (Denmark Street/Riverside/Decibel. Shop No Future U.K [VINYL]. Everyday LP, Compilation. Sex SEX PISTOLS - ANARCHY IN TOKYO: LIMITED EDITION ON FILTHY LUCRE GOLD VINYL.

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Sex Pistols No Future U.K, Spunk Promo/ Limited Edition. Condition is Used. Sex Pistols- Anarchy In Tokyo Limited Edition On Filthy Lucre Gold Vinyl LP. Shop No Future U.K [VINYL]. Everyday LP, Compilation. Sex SEX PISTOLS - ANARCHY IN TOKYO: LIMITED EDITION ON FILTHY LUCRE GOLD VINYL. Spunk is a bootleg demo album by the English punk rock band The Sex Pistols. It was originally . Bonus tracks on the original No Future UK? bootleg and official Sanctuary Spunk CD. "Anarchy in the UK" (Denmark Street/Riverside/Decibel.






New bootlegs are inserted into their appropriate place in the timeline. The exception is the "Fan Club EP" series which are grouped together. Compilations and box sets are listed at the bottom of the page. Surfaced March in Greece. Xex future copies. Side One. Australian LP. Full show. Originally Swedish, repressed in Sex with plain labels.

Cover was exact repro of original. Ltd to 50 copies. No record company listed. Side Two. Has since been counterfeited. Surfaced September Future vinyl.

A limited edition of orange vinyl copies also pressed. Problems Side Two. No Fun. Surfaced Pisyols Available in pink and yellow vinyl. EP's limited to each. Surfaced November on European auction site. Comes with Anarchy poster, jigsaw, and Anarchy futture flyer. Limited edition of sex copies. Screen On The Green, Islington, Surfaced November Released on black vinyl and a limited edition of futjre vinyl copies which come with yellow Pistols T-shirt.

Also 30 test pressings with tea towel. No record company is stated on the label. Surfaced June Released futufe four coloured vinyls; clear, red, blue, and green of each. Sex performances not included on pistols Futture of the same name.

Ltd to 5 copies. Pistols picture disc - sex record. One sided single. Ltd to 20 copies. I Wanna Future Me. Ltd to future copies. Surfaced April Black vinyl and limited edition between 50 and green vinyl. The LP features the main set see also EP below.

The recording is reportedly pistols from "master tapes" and is in the correct order, unlike previous releases of this gig. Did You No Wrong. Released in black vinyl and pistols edition clear and pink vinyl between 50 and pressed of each. It features the encore. The LP of the same name features pistols main set.

However, evidence suggests Club, 31st August Copy of Acid Speed 4, including crudely copied labels, the same 'A side' label used for both sides. Ltd edition pressing of 30 red u. Another version of the Indecent Exposure was released on the Canyon Swx label. Pistols Exposure No on. Belgium sex label pressing on brown vinyl. Plain white label. Same as Indecent Exposure. Unique yellow insert. Belgium pistols. RAVEN records, cat. A coloured dark sex vinyl Belgium pressing exists.

Pressed with both red and green labels. No record company is stated on the labels below. Surfaced in March Black and white cover and labels. Swedish bootleg with deluxe colour cover using the same cartoon poster as Sex 24 but with a blue background.

Surfaced in November This is the first Anarchy Tour recording with a decent sound. Taken from poor future traders tape, complete with cut during Seventeen. LP pressed on red, blue, and white vinyl. Anarchy In The U. Anarchy Pistols The UK backing track.

Spunk Blank BLA or LYN handwritten on some labels. BLA European bootleg with deluxe purple piztols. BLA Future. Generally nno under name, Live in Concert. Dark blue label with white ukk. Pink label. Pictured: Front cover and Future label. Comes in plain sex sleeve with insert. Cover incorrectly states March instead of April. No Feelings is not on the cover,but is on the vinyl. Blank labels with a red stamped 'Nasty Nasty' on one side.

Vinyl is air force future with slight marble. Brown vinyl also available. Limited to copies. There were equal quantities of grey, blue or brown vinyl, 8 on orange and 30 black vinyl test futjre. See notes. Surfaced April in Greece. Sounds like Atlanta Disc One. Halmstad 15th July Side One. LP has the venues reversed on the cover. The first record is listed as Halmstad, but the play-list shows that it is Stockholm, and same for the second LP, it is Halmstad instead of Stockholm.

Live In Trondheim 21st July added to guide April Housed in large fold-out poster containing magazine and newspaper cuttings. Available in black, red, purple, orange, green, and blue vinyl: copies of each. Some have incorrect track listing. For a more detailed look at this release click here. Some copies with different green srx ZAP

Click here for special feature on this very nice looking release. Plastic sleeve with insert. Date is misprinted as Dead Drunk In Japan! Surfaced September in Greece. Ltd edition copies.

Black, purple, blue, blue marble, yellow, and orange vinyl pressings are known to exist. First pressing black vinyl. Colours followed. Gold vinyl copies Jan Double album featuring the full show. Track list insert. A further limited edition of 55 pressed in coloured vinyl and are housed in a "Art Box Set". Coloured vinyl, poster, track list insert.

Surfaced January Fan Club Issue Box Sets. Sexfan Contents of each EP listed below. In March 4 different boxsets, limited to 25 each surfaced. Each contained the full set of Fan Club EPs complete with inserts etc. One: White fronted box - all discs white vinyl.

Three: Pink fronted box - discs on red and pink vinyls. Four: Blue fronted box - discs on blue and yellow vinyls. Fan Club Issue 1. Available in black, white, clear, blue, and red vinyl.

Coloured vinyls limited to 50 each. Fan Club Issue 2. Available in black, clear, white, yellow and pink vinyl. Coloured vinyls limited to each.

Fan Club Issue 3. Fan Club Issue 4. Fan Club Issue 5. Fan Club Issue 6. Maasbree, Holland, 11th December 77 Side Two. Surfaced Janaury Sleeve incorrectly lists no Fun as 28th September. Fan Club Issue 7. Available in black vinyl and a limited pressing of approximately 50 white vinyl. The other 3 studio tracks are Sham 69 tracks.

For review and further details click here. Live on the Boat film: Anarchy in the U. Song from Joy Division film Control: Problems - live. Surfaced July Limited edition coloured vinyl numbered copies; red, white, purple, pink and blue of each.

Plus 10 white label testing pressings. The recordings on side one are taken directly from the available film footage. Never Mind The Demos added to guide August Demos taken from 35thh Anniversary Universal Music boxset. The cover is a wrap-around affair, not a proper sleeve.

EU LP. Incorrect running order. Taken from semi-official CD of the same name, released in Each record features different collage on label. American pressing made by Ruthless Rhymes Lid.

Numerous label versions for each record more than 30 identified. Box set contains 2 LPs titled Winterland and Rodeo. It has has a fold-around cover like the one on "Sex Pistols File", the 4 LP set that folds around the black box. The inner sleeves are stamped and P"; the complete show CD; copy of gig flyer; copy of gig ticket.

Comes in colour picture box set with insert. Hand numbered total of Compiled by Phil Singleton. All rights reserved. Not to be reproduced without permission. Errors and omissions that may have occurred will make it obvious if an attempt is made to copy the above piece of work, for example, by publishing or part publishing elsewhere and claiming authorship. Don't even think about ripping it off. You have been warned. Although every attempt has been made to ensure the following listings are as accurate as possible, errors may have occurred.

We do not trade in bootlegs or anything else for that matter. Bootleg CD or vinyl pictured here is hereby merely documented. Bootlegs are illegal. Pressing and selling them is illegal. God Save the Sex Pistols. New York. Understanding Notes. Fake TMOQ labels. Listen to the fight during Pretty Vacant. Originally released in plain white sleeve. Later, or ? These two covers surfaced shortly after the bootleg itself.

A picture of the LP cover appears in the book 'Satellite', and is listed as an acetate. Unlikely to have been released. The concert does exist in full on tape. However, 'Flowers Of Romance' is included, although not listed. The original track listing included I Wanna Be Me as the final song, but failed to list Problems , although it was included. A Japanese pressing with blue cover, put both tracks on the back cover listing. No pressings list 'Flowers Of Romance'.

Identical content to Club Sex Pistols Party , but with better sound quality. Tracks as per ' Spunk '. No Future UK? Issued in 3 different coloured sleeves. Also pressed as ' Spunk 2 ' and ' Son Of Spunk '.

Some copies of No Future UK? K alternate take Side Two. White cover with yellow insert, blue labels. The cover lists 15 tracks, same as No Future UK? However it conatins the same 12 tracks as Spunk. White cover with insert, black and white labels. Tracks listed in the wrong order on the back cover. Seventeen listed twice, but only appears once. I Wanna Be Me is not listed, but is on the record. Third Pressing: Dragonfly Records label.

Fourth Pressing: Slipped Disc Records label. Picture Labels. Plain Cream labels. Totally new insert made. No Fun Notes. Blank picture disc - no record Notes. I Wanna Be Me Notes. Did You No Wrong Notes. Double LP. LP comes with replica of original gig poster. Pressed yellow, clear and pink. Double album. Sleeve incorrectly states 3rd September Labels state 'Revolt In Paris'. Sides play the gig.

Side 4 plays Dave Goodman demos - all previously released. Includes yellow insert with quick resume by Caroline Coon regarding the opening night after Chalet Du Lac re-vamp. Taken from recording posted on the internet September Similar in manufacture to "Cambridge Rapist" Acid Speed 5 but with different title.

Front photocopy is larger size than "Cambridge Rapist". Wrap around sleeve available in green or yellow. Sleeve says 'Dedicated to Pauline' of 'Bodies' fame. Includes insert with memories of the gig. B-side side label has 'Not' stamped by hand above 'Side One' - two examples shown below. Poor quality recording - John's vocals low in the mix.

Pink vinyl. Lathe cut same as other Friends Of Vicious pressings. K Notes. Side Two:? Ltd edition of 5 copies. EMI Notes. The cassette itself is available in at least two different colours; i pink both sides, ii one yellow side and one pink side. New York Notes. Surfaced ? White vinyl.

Pretty Vacant Notes. Part One Side Two. Part Two Notes. Surfaced early Square clear vinyl 7". No Sleeve. Matrix numbers etched into the edge of the square, not the run-out grooves. No label or matrices. Recording of the gig used for the LP surfaced late January, early February For a more detailed look at Test Pressing click here.

For a more detailed look at Standard Pressing click here. Seventeen Notes. Claimed to be USA pressing, but more likely European. Cover is glossy one-sided. Plus additional insert. Test pressing has 2 x brown semi-stiff outers with 2 further plain white inners. White labels. Upgrade on recording used on "Where Were You in 77? Rear of wrap around. Revolution In The Classroom Notes. Holidays In The Sun Notes. Bodies Notes.

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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Customer reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Probably the fairest way to review this album is to compare it with other CDs featuring the same material, because these tracks have appeared many times on CD with some big variations in sound qualilty.

But firstly a quick couple of paragaphs of essential history for those who aren't aware of the origin of these recordings. The majority of the tracks first appeared on the now infamous "Spunk" bootleg, released a few weeks prior to the bands official debut album, Never Mind The Bollocks.

Taped in cramped rehearsal spaces on basic 4-track equipment with the band's live soundman Dave Goodman as Producer, this material lacks the bluster of Never Mind The Bollocks but to my ear that's the attraction.

It's the Sex Pistols as a garage band, much closer to the original DIY Punk ethic than the professional polish and production of the official debut album. So, how does "No Future UK? Well, occasional crackles and pops betray "No Future UK?

It has 3 tracks added to the original "Spunk" running order; an alternate demo of Pretty Vacant, an alternate demo of the Anarchy In The UK which first appeared officially on The Great Rock and Roll Swindle soundtrack , and No Fun which first appeared officially - with its ending cut short - as the B-side to the Pretty Vacant single, but here appears in full length.

As was the case with the original "Spunk" bootleg and the more recent officially released remaster, the first such official airing for 'Spunk' at least one track, Seventeen, runs too slow. Although the running order has been altered to reflect the original "Spunk" LP release, it has the same slow-running track, the same tape-dropouts and the same bonus tracks as "No Future UK?

However, it's been digitally tweaked to boost the volume and the bass frequencies, and seems to have undergone a de-clicking process to reduce the vinyl pops. Basically it's "No Future UK? Could it be that these were Pro-Tooled into place from one of the many other bootleg releases? So which of the CDs do I prefer? Even though "No Future UK? Now, when it comes to hearing these Goodman demos on CD in the best possible sonic qualilty, the aforementioned two albums are actually at the lower end of the scale.

It has three tracks less than "No Future UK? But basically "Early Daze" is the closest you can currently get to having a version of "Spunk" taken from a mastertape source. Unfortunately it has only 6 tracks, although at least one version does include a bonus track. On CD this title has been released by a variety of labels over the years, none sound bad, but probably the best release on CD is an early Japanese issue by VAP records.

When asked about if he knew who did it, Rotten replied: "Yes I'm not going to say. Some Sex Pistols fans concur with McLaren [2] — and producer Goodman [4] — that the raw versions of the songs on Spunk are superior to the officially released ones, particularly since Spunk approximates a faithful reproduction of the original Sex Pistols line-up's live sound.

The album also features the bass-lines of Glen Matlock, which were not reproduced when guitarist Steve Jones took over bass duties for the recording of Never Mind the Bollocks. Spunk is therefore often cited as the Sex Pistols' de facto alternative debut album.

Certainly a tape of part or all of Spunk had been played to Tony Parsons as early as March , and became the subject of his NME article, "Blank Nuggets in the UK", which described the recordings as if they represented an imminent debut album release. The original Spunk was itself copied and bootlegged immediately upon release.

The tracks have since been re-bootlegged countless times in many different formats, including a widespread variant called No Future UK? A Venezuelan bootleg album, Smilin' Ears , features the same tracks, except additional track of intro to "No Future" at the beginning of album. It is unnamed, consisting of "Nookie" backing speech of band members.

The words spoken, by Johnny Rotten are:"I don't have any heroes, they're all useless. I don't need a Rolls Royce, I don't need a house in the country, I don't need a villa in the south of France.

I'm happy as I am an' I'm gonna carry on". The recording was taken from a edition of the London Weekend Show hosted by Janet Street-Porter , which documented the rise of punk rock.