There's Anarchy in the UK!

sex pistols

1:20pm 22nd November 2017
(Updated 1:57pm 22nd November 2017)

There was anarchy in the UK when this named as number one!

The Sex Pistol's iconic and rebellious tune as named as Sounds magazine's Single of the Week on this day in 1976 (19th Nov).

It was the group's debut single and became of their most successful songs.

Listen back to their punk-fueled days here:

For more of the best from this decade - click here to listen to Mix96 70s.

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