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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:14am 26/09/07 | 11 Comments
You should never underestimate the power of the al'ighty 'ollar. Activision and Neversoft have just announced the Sex Pistols reformed for a studio session to re-record "Anarchy In The UK" for Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock. This was the first time in 30 years original members John Lydon, Steve Jones and Paul Cook performed together again.
The Sex Pistols were an obvious choice for Guitar Hero, having established themselves as the definitive punk band of the 1970s. Unable to locate the original multi-tracks for inclusion in the game, Activision invited the band back into the studio to re-record a couple of songs including "Anarchy in the UK". The band re-teamed with producer Chris Thomas, utilizing the original analogue sound desk (circa 1969) that was built for George Martin at Air Studios, London, England in order to maintain the classic sound.

Thirty years ago this spring, the song was first included on The Sex Pistolsí only studio album, "Never Mind the Bollocks, Hereís the Sex Pistols" which will be re-issued on vinyl on October 29, 2007, in its exact original format, including poster and Submission 7". The single "Anarchy In The UK" will also be re-issued on vinyl on October 1, along with three other classic singles throughout October. Celebrating this milestone, Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock will be sponsoring the historic Sex Pistols show at The Brixton Academy in London taking place on November 8, 2007.

John Lydon stated that "Re-recording them [the songs]--what a stress you put on us but we rose to the occasion I thinkÖadmirably!" Adding that, "a bit of anarchy in a video game is alright by me."

"It was great for Guitar Hero to, in a way, get us back in the studio. I wasnít sure how it was going to turn out but it actually turned out great and I think everyone held their own," said Steve Jones. "I like it [Guitar Hero] because my friendsí kids like it. And I like what kids like."
Classy. Well, it's still pretty cool a game like this can organise bands like Gunners or the Sex Pistols to "rise to the occasion". Click here for the full press release.

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Steve Farrelly
Posted 12:02pm 26/9/07
I would have thought, if you were going for that sort of thing [influential UK band], you'd go for something like The Who - a bit of Pete Townshend would be perfect for GH
Steve Farrelly
Posted 04:35pm 26/9/07
BioShock and The Darkness are another pair to play Rev
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