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Raw and Live

Raw and Live
Live album by Sex Pistols
Released 2004
Genre Punk rock

Raw and Live is a two disc live album by the English punk rock band Sex Pistols that was released in 2004. Disc 2 is a Sid Vicious concert; it has no relation to Sex Pistols.

Track listing

Disc 1
  1. "Pretty Vacant"
  2. "No Feelings"
  3. "I Wanna Be Me"
  4. "I'm a Lazy Sod"
  5. "Submission"
  6. "C'mon Everybody"
  7. "Search and Destroy"
  8. "Anarchy in the U.K."
  9. "Satellite"
  10. "No Lip"
  11. "Bill Grundy Interview" (Dialogue)
Disk 2
  1. "Somethin' Else" (live at the Electric Ballroom, London, 1978; Sid Vicious)
  2. "C'mon Everybody" (Sid Vicious)
  3. "Stepping Stone" (Sid Vicious)
  4. "No Lip" (Sid Vicious)
  5. "I Wanna Be Your Dog" (Sid Vicious)
  6. "Belsen Was a Gas" (Sid Vicious)
  7. "Chatterbox" (Sid Vicious)
  8. "Tight Pants" (Sid Vicious)
  9. "My Way" (Sid Vicious)
  10. "Search and Destroy" (Sid Vicious)
  11. "My Way" (alternate version; Sid Vicious)
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