» Sex Pistols - God Save The Queen

Sex Pistols - God Save The Queen flac


1No Feeling
Producer – Dave Goodman
2God Save The Queen
Producer – Chris Thomas


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VS 181Sex Pistols God Save The Queen ‎(7", Single, Sil)VirginVS 181UK1977
6079 202Sex Pistols God Save The Queen ‎(7", Single)Virgin6079 202Brazil1977
VS 181Sex Pistols God Save The Queen ‎(7", Single, Whi)VirginVS 181UK1977
YK-90-AX, YK-90-AX (P)Sex Pistols God Save The Queen ‎(7", Ltd, Unofficial, Red)Columbia , Columbia YK-90-AX, YK-90-AX (P)UK2016
AMS 7284Sex Pistols God Save The Queen ‎(7", Ltd, Unofficial, Aqu)A&M Records AMS 7284UK2013


  • Written-ByMatlock, Rotten, Cook, Jones


Original unreleased 7" single housed in A&M record company paper sleeve.

Genuine originals have the serrated anti-slip necklace and 7284 written twice on the B-Side runout, one above the other.

℗ 1977 A&M Records Ltd.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): AMS 7284A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): AMS 7284B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): AMS-7284 -A-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): AMS-7284-B-1 7284


  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records Ltd.


Текст песни: God save the Queen the fascist regime, they made you a moron a potential H-bomb. God save the Queen she ain't no human being. There is no future in England's dreaming Don't be told what you want Don't be told what you need. There's no future there's no future there's no future for you God save the Queen we mean it man we love our queen God saves God save the Queen 'cos tourists are money and our figurehead is not what she seems Oh God save history God save your mad parade Oh Lord God have mercy all crimes are paid. God Save the Queen is a song by the British punk rock band the Sex Pistols. It was released as the band's second single and was later included on their only album, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols. The song was released during Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee in 1977. The record's lyrics, as well as the cover, were controversial at the time, and both the BBC and the Independent Broadcasting Authority refused to play the song. The original title for the song was No Future, with. Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols. Исполнитель: Sex Pistols. 1977 punk. Чтобы добавлять треки в плейлисты, нужно авторизоваться. The British national anthem is called God Save The Queen. This mocks it in a big way, which did not go over well with English royalty. Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren released this to coincide with The Queen's Silver Jubilee, a celebration commemorating her 25th year on the throne. The Sex Pistols and their fans detested the monarchy and this celebration. The Queen's Silver Jubilee took place on June 7, 1977. On that day, The Sex Pistols attempted to play this song from the Thames river, outside of Westminster Palace. God Save the Queen was the second single released by the punk rock band Sex Pistols. It was released during Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee in 1977 and reached number two in the British charts. Its lyrics, as well as the cover, were controversial at the time, and the BBC refused to play the song. It is claimed that God Save The Queen out-sold the UK Number 1 record of the week The First Cut is the Deepest by Rod Stewart. At that time it was unimaginable that this track could have been allowed to reach Number 1. In the chart rundown on that week read more. This is Sex Pistols - God Save The Queen by dmitry on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love save the Queen, She ain't no human being, There is no future, And England's dreaming. Don't be told what you want, Don't be told what. GOD SAVE THE QUEEN es una canción de Sex Pistols que se estrenó el 27 de octubre de 1977, este tema está incluido dentro del disco Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols. Letra 'God Save The Queen'. God Save The Queen en español. God save the Queen The fascist regime, They made you a moron A potential H-bomb. God save the Queen She ain't no human being There is no future And England's dreaming. Don't be told what you want Don't be told what you need There's no future No future No future for you. God Save the Queen. Song by Sex Pistols. from the album Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols. No Feeling A&M releaseDid You No Wrong Virgin release. God Save the Queen is a song by the English punk rock band Sex Pistols. It was released as the bands second single and was featured on their only studio album, Never Mind the Bollocks, Heres the Sex Pistols. The song was released during Queen Elizabeth IIs Silver Jubilee in 1977. The records lyrics, as well as the cover, were controversial at the time, and both the BBC and the Independent Broadcasting Authority refused to play the song. The song reached number one on the NME charts in the United Kingdom, but only made it to 2 on the official UK Singles Chart as used by the BBC. These are fun songs. Done for a laugh. God Save The Queen Its kind of high camp, in a way, said Sex Pistols singer John Lydon in 2002. You certainly dont think its going to be taken as a declaration of civil war. God Save The Queen, a thrilling three-minute-nineteen-second blast of disillusionment, was released to coincide with the Queens silver jubilee in the summer of 1977. The bands alternative national anthem rocked the establishment, was banned by the BBC and led to Lydon becoming the pos


Sex Pistols - God Save The Queen flac
Sex Pistols
God Save The Queen
FLAC size:
1997 mb
MP3 size:
1052 mb
WMA size:
1189 mb
Mar 1977
A&M Records
Catalog №:
AMS 7284
The TRUE Holy Grail of punk 7" singles,bar none. Period.
A buyer paid £15,652* for a MINT original, one of the 9 that exist, together with A&M correspondence and proof of provenance, at Wessex Auctions - 1 November 2019 (* including buyers premium). I think this is the most ever paid for this. Was on BBC.
My recollection is, there were only a handful of copies for many years but when A&M closed down (I've just looked the label up on Wikipedia and it ceased operations in 1999) more copies - perhaps 10 - were located and some of the staff being laid off were given one copy each. A friend of mine, a dealer and an expert who had always wanted a copy, was put in touch by a reliable contact and paid £1,000. That seemed to be the going rate at the time - most of these copies were sold immediately. It didn't seem like such a good investment at the time, but clearly it was.
Around 1980 a copy was being sod via NME ads -where you could find Clockwork Orange ,Capital Radio e.p. & requests for the(non existant) Moors Murderers single... It was priced around £120 - that put it a bit out of my price range .I don't think there has ever been a 'quantified' account for how many copies actually made it out of the pressing plant & stories that McLaren had a batch confused things ...I think a figure of around 200/300 would be real terms 'not particularly rare'...however in the years directly after release it was only of real value & interest to Sex Pistol the part in Steve Jones book where by the early '80s no on cared about an ex Pistol ( & also what had been pricey records e.g. Anarchy on EMI, Submission 1 sided,US 'Bollocks on WB, imports, Spunk & other bootlegs etc were quite easy to pick up)Only later I think did people realise apart from being a great record,the A&M release was a unique piece of vinyl history from a great band.
I love the way 52 People really believe they have an Original A&M pressing?! Considering it's meant to be the Rarest (Most sort after) Punk single in the world, i find it very hard to believe 52 people own one on here!Genuine originals have the serrated anti-slip necklace and 7284 written twice on the B-Side runout, one above the other !
I would be very interested in purchasing this record ....What is the professional verification that you have please?
A lot of people think they have a copy. I know 100% from professional verification that I do have one, with appropriate A&M documentation re provenance etc. And Mint too! The estimated number of the genuine original item vary fro 9 to about 280. Either way it’s extremely rare. I sadly may have to sell mine due to changing circumstances. So if you’re interested watch this space. But you’ll need to be a serious collector who can afford it!
Perfectly possible, I'm just a humble record dealer in rural Essex and have had at least 4 pass through my hands over the past 35 years, and have seen at least the same again with other dealers.
"A&M cut ties with the band, breaching their contract and destroying the majority of the 25,000 7″s of “God Save the Queen.” The nine pressings that reportedly remain are obviously extremely valuable due to their rarity, and often make the list of most expensive vinyl records." From Spin a few years ago...Caveat emptor.
A buyer paid £15,652 at auction for a mint copy, with A&M provenance documentation on 1 November 2019. Wessex Auctions.
Beware A&M bootlegs of GOD SAVE THE QUEEN/NO FEELINGS. The bootleg preeses contains the VIRGIN-ALBUM-VERSIONS in bad quality. ONLY THE 7" of 35TH ANIVERSARY BOX of NEVERMIND THE BOLLOCKS contains the the right versions, if you interested in a repress of this record. The A&M versions of the songs are a bit faster and have a tougher mix than the VIRGIN versions.
Hi Andrechatt, the box contains a the repress of the 7".
DocThore... I didn't know it wasn't the same mix that Virgin released... Is 'No Feelings' the same version but different mix as well? (I didn't actually know their was a '35th anniversary box') but having 'Bollocks on picture disc ; Plain back with poster without 'submission'; standard release ; U.S. 'Warner bros'different sleeve with printed inner.....when I saw a copy of 'Bollocks (in 1980?) with 'Belsen was a gas' printed on rear I thought "It's getting ridiculous" least the more recent releases seem to have added something worthwhile -Demos ,alt mixes etc...
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Be careful if you're a potential buyer and think you have a genuine original. There are some wicked and clever fraudsters out there. I got taken for a ride in an auction (over 60 bids) and ended up paying £8502 and NOT receiving the correct item from a fraudster called Angela Gale.
Just bought one of these for 90 quid worth a shot
This is NOT original. Fake copy with “the serrated anti-slip necklaceand 7284 written twice on the B-Side runout” also exist. Please beware..
Snake Rocking
What about a copy that does not have the serrated edge but has a large "A" printed on the label?This type is mentioned on 45cat by someone who was given a copy by Lydon's brother back then.
Interesting that SPIN magazine is saying only 9 copies exist yet somehow 32 collectors here say they have a copy? Doh! For $15.92 you got a round black 7" piece of vinyl that smells like a Sardine...
I have a copy that I picked up in my local charity shop from a box of records brought in that day!! Although it has all the right numbers etc I think it is a copy, what is the best way of confirming this? Thanks
This would be a question for a professional auction house, as the value of a real one is 25k to 100k USD. Insure it and have it appraised as you would a painting.
Does anyone have this in this comment section??? I want more pics:) Thanks!
adventure time
You would know it is an original by the serrated edge anti slip around the edge of the label,if it is smooth then it is not a genuine original pressing.
How do you determine if it is a genuine item.
What chance has anyone got of knowing that a copy is genuine?
Highest: €28.93If only...
I got mine for $108usd in '89! Johnny signed it in NYC in '96!
I have personally seen 6 copies of this record since 1978 and heard about at least 6 more that are in peoples collections.A friend of mine said that a friend of His worked at A and M at the time it was released and some copies where taken home by A and M workers without the knowledge of A and M bosses I estimate there are around 100 plus copies in circulation.
Terry1977... I think between 100 -250 seems quite plausible as it was being pressed the same as any 'regular release'..but the relatively small numbers arising from A&M 'requesting' that the printing stop & those already made be dumped...because of the chaotic sequence of events that day would it not be more likely that people working at the pressing plant would have acquired the majority of copies?...
i have a copy is it actually worth anything
No it's not worth much... I will buy it from you for say.. $10.00?? :)
there were originally approx 82 copies that were smuggled out of a&m pressing plant in 1977,then a few years later a box of 200 appeared and were handed out to company executives,so there are roughly 281 original copies that exist,i know where 1 original is a mates ashtray.
That is punk as fuck,like Rev Norb serving me pizza slices on Misfits ps's in '82!
I have seen around 6 or 7 at different auctions since 1979.
Steelcap77 is right on the money here, you might find most floating around are modern re presses or outright counterfeits... At a price tag of aroung $15,000 why would'nt counterfeiters make an almost exact copy that may or may not be distinguished from the real deal.
There are only a handful of genuine copies out there, however, it is a very famous rare record and there are a LOT of fakes. There was even an "official" reproduction copy released. Genuine ones have a serrated ridge around the label and a lot of the copies don't.
I have an original copy I purchased per ban and it's been packed away ever since I would sell for the right price
You'll notice I put the word official in quote marks. As far as I know there hasn't been a version authorised by band and/or label, just a large scale release, widely available in shops that claimed to be official.
Can you please tell me any more details on the "official" reproduction copies you refer to. I am familiar with many of the bootlegs and copies - some with Limited Edition numbered stamps - and also the Jubilee Fan Club, Britannia and British Bulldog packages (with various coloured vinyl copies). They all have A&M repro labels but I'm not aware that any are "officially" licensed by the band or their record company. Any details much appreciated.
There are far more than a 'handful' of these out there. A local record shop in north east england, now closed, had three copies of this which he obtained in 1977 at an auction. At the auction he said there was a box full of perhaps 30 or 40. A friend of mine has one of the three copies and other collectors in the know are of the same opinion - there will probably be 100+ at least.
One of those copies that Steelcap77 refers to has just sold on an eBay auction for USD$17,509.14
7 discogs users have this...Yeah right.
In april 2011 the A&M single - the original one, that is - was chosen as the most collectable (rarest) vinyl of all by Record Collector:
Only a handful of these exist. A small group of A&M executives were given copies as gifts when Polygram closed their London A&M office in 1998.Most copies, and the original pressing plates were destroyed after some shenanigans with the band, which is portrayed in the movie <a href="">The Great Rock N Roll Swindle</a>
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