Johnny Rotten Against Sex Pistols To No 1 Campaign

04/18/2012
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(Gibson) John Lydon will not be involved in the re-release of "God Save the Queen" by his iconic band, the Sex Pistols.

The controversial single is being re-released on May 28, 35 years after it first shook the U.K. during the Queen's Silver Jubilee in 1977. A Facebook campaign is underway to take the song to #1 over the jubilee weekend at the beginning of June.

Lydon told NME: "It is certainly not my personal plan or aim. I am proud of what the Sex Pistols achieved and always will be but this campaign totally undermines what the Sex Pistols stood for. This is not my campaign." more on this story

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