The Beatles was too much

On February 28th of 1977, the manager of the Sex Pistols, Malcolm McLaren, sent the following telegram to the NME. In it, he confirmed the sacking of Glen Matlock from the band as a result of his constant talk of Paul McCartney and The Beatles, and then officially announced the introduction of Sid Vicious to the

What Makes Nancy So Great, by Sidney

[Do not read the following if easily offended] 1978. Hugely troubled punk rocker Sid Vicious was 20 years of age when he penned the following affectionate note – a love letter of sorts that simply listed his girlfriend’s best qualities – and gave it to Nancy Spungen. Just months later Spungen was stabbed to death, and Vicious