The Sex Pistols’ legendary bootleg album ‘Spunk’ is to be reissued in its’ original format for the first time next month.
The ‘proper’ issuing of the album on July 17 coincides with the 30th anniversary of the recording of the punk icons’ first demos.
The LP, originally and unofficially released in 1977, will be available on CD and on limited edition 12″ inch vinyl that will include some of the original artwork.
It’s the first time the album has been reissued in its original format, complete with spoken word audio clips in between the songs.
The CD will also include three bonus tracks recorded at Denmark Studio in London’s West End – ‘Anarchy In The UK’, ‘Pretty Vacant’ and ‘No Fun’.
The limited 12″ inch vinyl edition will include a run of 1,000 numbered copies.
The 1977 12″ inch vinyl edition of this much-sought-after bootleg still changes hands for up to £250.