It's the return of 'Urcha' - Son of Urcha perhaps? Bit of a dry month entrywise, apart from new jeans, a karate poster (still in my mum's loft: the poster, not the jeans), one lost pound and slow down in the disco business.
Strangely, several of the tunes from this chart were bought but not captured in the calendar (Pop Muzik and Lucky Number were nearly, but not quite bagged too). So what Pick of the Pops should we go for..
Silly Thing - well, we had the Pistols last month
I'm an Upstart - too rowdy
Cool For Cats - strong possibility of getting blog-whacked
(I had a DMCA takedown last week)
Meaning it can only be a reworked theme tune that is an urgent anthem for teenage tear-ups..
The Dickies - Banana Splits
If you noticed Chic's I want your love in the chart above, there's a reggae refit right here if you fancy grabbing.
PS the ghost of Malcom McLaren haunts this chart.
Silly Thing - sleeve design by college chum Jamie Reid
Pop Muzik - written and performed by college chum Robin Scott
Siouxsie And The Banshees - managed by McLaren's assistant Nils Stevenson, whose brother Ray Stevenson was the Pistols first official photographer