B32098 – Sex Pistols 1977 God Save The Queen Glitterbest Press Kit (UK)
An original promotional press kit for the Sex Pistols. It was produced in 1977 by Malcolm McLaren’s Glitterbest in conjunction with the band’s release of God Save The Queen. It contains various news articles which cover the chaotic history of the group, up until the release of their, including reprints of Melody Maker article detailing the chaos around the band, their signing to EMI, the Bill Grundy affair, being dropped by EMI, insulting the Queen with their new song, their signing and dropping from A&M, and Virgin signing and their upcoming single. It was designed by Jamie Reid and Glitterbest’s Sophie Richmond and printed by Reid’s Suburban Press. The press kit measures 21.3cm x 29.7cm (8.4 inches x 11.6 inches). There is some staining along the edges. The condition is very good.
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