18/06/77 During a break from recording, Johnny Rotten, Chris Thomas (producer) and Bill Price (studio boss) are attacked outside the Pegasus pub. Johnny has his arm slashed open. 23/06/77 During a Pirate’s gig at Dingwalls Johnny gets bashed suffering more damage to his arm. 16/07/77 Capitol Radio broadcasts a 90 minute show ‘A Punk and His Music’ Tommy Vance where Johnny Rotten discusses the problem of violence. During the interview John plays some records from his own collection. Tim Buckley-Sweet Surrender Creation-Life Is Just Beginning David Bowie-Rebel Rebel Cheiftains-Jig A Jig Augustus Pablo & King Tubby-King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown Aswad-Jah Wonderful Gladiators Gary Glitter-All Right With The Boys Fred Locks-Walls Vivian Jackson and the Prophets-Fire In A Kingston Culture-I’m Not Ashamed Doctor Alimantado-Born For A Purpose Bobby Byrd-Back From The Dead Neil Young-Revolution Blues Sex Pistols-I Did You Know Wrong Lou Reed-Men Of Good Fortune Kevin Coyne-Eatbourne Ladies Peter Hammill-The Institute Of Mental Health Is Burning & Nobody’s Business Makka Bees-Nation Fiddler/Fire Captain Beefheart-It’s The Blimp Nico-Janitor Of Lunacy Ken Boothe-Is It Because I’m Black John Cale-Legs Larry At Television Centre Third Ear Band-Fleance Can-Halleluhwah Peter Tosh-Legalise It Malcolm McLaren did not want Johnny to give this interview.