Frantz: “They only made one record, but it was a pretty good record. Their imprint was huge. I know we got rather annoyed at them, because we were on the same record label, and there we were, touring the world and playing, playing, playing. Meanwhile, the Sex Pistols did one little tour of America and got more press in a week than we did in an entire year. And then they broke up! [Laughs]
Weymouth: “It’s too bad that their music – the guitars and drums – was so typical, because I think that the lyrics were smashing. And the fashions were smashing, too. I don’t go back and listen to the record, but I always like it when the music comes on the radio and takes me by surprise.
“Johnny Rotten is still a contender. Glen Matlock, who left the group, he was a cool cat, too. They’re all deserving.”