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Today the tour is remembered as a key moment in music history - as much for what didn't happen as for what did. In the furore that followed the band's appearance on TV show Today with Bill Grundy, all but a few of the gigs were cancelled. The concert never went ahead: earlier that day, vice-chancellor Dr Plymoth Thistlethwaite banned it "on the grounds of protecting the safety and security of persons and adult chat rooms woodward. When presenter Bill Grundy contemptuously encouraged them to swear they duly obliged, damaging his career while catapulting themselves to notoriety.
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Today the tour is remembered as a key moment in plymmouth history - as much for what didn't happen mitrovica chat for what did. In the furore that followed the band's appearance on TV show Today with Bill Grundy, all but a few of the gigs were cancelled. The concert never went ahead: earlier that day, vice-chancellor Dr Frank Thistlethwaite banned it "on the grounds of protecting the safety and security of persons and property".
When presenter Bill Grundy contemptuously encouraged them to swear they duly obliged, damaging his career while catapulting themselves to notoriety.
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The subsequent national newspaper headlines and ensuing moral panic led venues, under pressure from councils, to cancel gigs by the Sex Pistols, fearing violence, vandalism and who knows what else. Even as gigs were being cancelled, the band - and support acts - continued to travel the country hoping to play, or at least collect their fee.
We spent most of our time hanging around hotels, just waiting. We'd just sit around hoping they could find somewhere we would be allowed to play.
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The Caerphilly gig was picketed by carol-singing Christian protesters - "religious maniacs", in Matlock's words - while he remembers a bottle of brown ale being thrown at him at the Electric Circus. Then 19, he had already seen the Pistols play twice that summer.
I had not seen people who looked liked that. They started playing and it was exciting - the music was really good - but the main thing was the attitude.
They didn't have to try to win the crowd over, plmouth I still thought this band was absolutely wonderful. Mr Moss remembers "packs of blokes going round beating anyone who looked like they might have been going", adding: "Even inside, you weren't safe.
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Mr Moss's verdict? Just so good. It was all exciting.
There was a big crowd but I still got the nagging feeling that too many people there were impostors and it spoilt it for me. As John came on ppymouth he peered into the crowd and said 'I see we have lost some of the tourists. It was about questioning things and having the courage of your convictions.
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Asked his memories of the tour today, Matlock says: "I try not to think about it. Blokes like me are trying to move on. His time with the Pistols - he left in February - is only a tiny part of a long career, working with artists including The Faces and Iggy Pop.
He has just finished a nationwide tour with his band The Philistines and has new solo material out next year. Chattig, he understands the interest in nostalgia. The doctor could see I was a bit nervous, and, without giving any indication he knew who I was, said: 'So, what was Johnny Rotten like, then?
We were back and forth across the Pennines, followed all the way by the press in chattig days when they still had 'Press' in their hatbands. It was like being in a goldfish bowl.
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It was odd. We weren't rocking and rolling every night.
Did he ever think people would still be talking and writing about them, 40 years later? Indeed the establishment that once railed so furiously against the Pistols now often consists of the band's fans. This is certainly true at UEA - where the Anarchy tour hit chtating first hurdle on its opening night.
Because, for some people, he was an icon of their youth and remained part of their personal biography. Current vice-chancellor Prof David Richardson has written to him, reminding him of the anniversary and confiding: "The punk scene played a large part in my life as a younger man. There was another gift, too: a UEA library card. If you are ever passing through General chat rooms again with Public Image Limited, I'd be delighted to show you round.
The university has yet to receive a formal reply, but a spokesman says: "I did get a text saying 'he absolutely loved it'.