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Sid Vicious

Data de nascimento: 10. Maio 1957
Data de falecimento: 2. Fevereiro 1979

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Sid Vicious foi um músico inglês, conhecido por tratar-se de um ícone da cultura punk, tocar baixo na banda Sex Pistols.

Sid Vicious, antes de entrar para a banda Sex Pistols, era baterista do Siouxsie & The Banshees. Também foi vocalista da banda The Flowers Of Romance.

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„All I did was cash in on the fact that I'm good-looking and I have a good figure and girls like me.“

— Sid Vicious
Reported in Stephen Colegrave, Chris Sullivan, Punk: The Definitive Record of a Revolution (2005), p. 306.

„I'm not chic, I could never be chic. I was in it from its inception.“

— Sid Vicious
Reported in Stephen Colegrave, Chris Sullivan, Punk: The Definitive Record of a Revolution (2005), p. 306.

„We had a death pact. I have to keep my half of the bargain. Please bury me next to my baby in my leather jacket, jeans and motor cycle boots. Goodbye.“

— Sid Vicious
Reported in George Gimarc, Punk Diary: The Ultimate Trainspotter's Guide to Underground Rock, 1970-1982 (2005), p 183.

„I'm not vicious really. I consider myself kind-hearted. I love my mum.“

— Sid Vicious
Daily Mirror, June 11, 1977, as reported in Fred Vermorel, Judy Vermorel, Sex Pistols: The Inside Story (1987), p. 169.

„I'll probably die by the time I reach 25. But I'll have lived the way I wanted to.“

— Sid Vicious
Daily Mirror, June 11, 1977, as reported in Fred Vermorel, Judy Vermorel, Sex Pistols: The Inside Story (1987), p. 169.

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„American audiences are just the same as anybody else. Except a bit more boring.“

— Sid Vicious
Reported in Julien Temple, The Filth and the Fury: The Sex Pistols (2000), p. 207.

„Well, you know, like, I don't really give a fuck what the general public think.“

— Sid Vicious
Reported in Julien Temple, The Filth and the Fury: The Sex Pistols (2000), p. 104.

„You just pick a chord, go twang, and you've got music.“

— Sid Vicious
Reported in Jon Savage, England's Dreaming: Anarchy, Sex Pistols, Punk Rock, and Beyond (2001), p. 220.