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Dave Goodman's legacy is inextricably linked to The Sex Pistols, a fact John Lydon always resented and Goodman exploited relentlessly for the remainder of his days. Those attitudes may explain why Lydon tried have this record, on which Goodman did everything possible to resemble a Sex Pistols release (even including Glen Matlock somewhere along the line) banned.
Still a pretty fun single and almost as authentic as anything on the Great Rock n' Roll Swindle. (For even more on that curiously fraudulent era of the Sex Pistols see this site).
Reactions to Goodman's Swindle are strongly encouraged and can be left in the COMMENTS section (where the link for Land of Hope & Glory can be found).
Update: The full single is now available - please see the fourth comment for link.