The second installment of gems and nuggets straight from the infamous jukebox at Malcolm and Vivienne's King's Road SEX boutique.
Compiled again by Marco Pirroni (Adam and The Ants, Siouxsie and the Banshees) another collection of carefully curated tracks that were played on rotation at 430 kings road Chelsea, throughout 1974-1976.
Years in the making, this follow up to Marco’s 2004 SEX: Too Fast To Live Too Young To Die continues to complete the jukebox playlist with tracks contributed from those friends who frequented the shop - Jordan Mooney (RIP), Paul Cook, Steve Jones and Sam Bully amongst others – remembering those all-important songs that soundtracked the shop and left lasting impressions on them over 47 years ago.
Another wild ride and a kaleidoscope of jukebox bangers from The Animals to Max Bigraves, Nico to Burundi Black, these tracks undoubtedly played a heavy influence on SEX’s customer’s young ears many who would go on and change the musical world forever - Sex Pistols, The Clash, Chrissie Hynde, Siouxsie Sioux to name just a few.
Artwork supplied by Personality Crisis with unpublished photographs from Jane England, a student at the time but already understood the cultural significance and beauty of both the shop and Jordan Mooney who the compilation is dedicated to.
The Animals - We've Gotta Get out of This Place
Chris Farlowe – Out of Time
Dave Berry - Don't Gimme No Lip Child
Peanuts Wilson - Cast Iron Arm
The Cougars - Saturday Nite at the Duck-Pond
Dave & Ansel Collin – Double Barrel
Burundi Steïphenson Black - Burundi Black
John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me
The Dakotas - The Cruel Sea
The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - Paralyzed
Fats Domino - Sick & Tired
Winifred Atwell - Hawaiian Cha Cha
Max Bygraves - You Need Hands
Lloyd Price - Where Were You on Our Wedding Day
The Ethiopians - Train to Skaville
Dave and Ansel Collins - Monkey Spanner
Billy Fury - Wonderous Place
Nico – I'm Not Sayin'
The Leaves - Funny Little World
The Animals - I Can't Believe It
Ron Moody - You Got to Pick a Pocket or Two
Dave Berry - The Crying Game
Mott The Hoople - The Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll