Johnny Rotten has lost his mind. If he had one in the first place. I used to listen to the Sex Pistols quite a bit. Steve Jones has gained a ton of weight. And I also watched the GH3 Sex Pistols trailer and what I liked the most was Steve saying "Sid was in the hospital and couldn't play...Well he couldn't play anyway.":lol
The teaching you not to be a rock star was a GOOD thing. That's why he said he liked that part the best. He equated being a "rock star" with being a fame-and-fortune-seeking asshole.
You really need to figure out what this whole Punk Rock thing was really all about, I think. You seem to have missed a lot in the translation. Not that Rotten is still pure punk, mind you, but he still has some of the ideas down deep.
HA. So the exact opposite of what the op thought?
bryehn should get a tag... something like, "doesn't know how to listen" or "does not listen to johnny rotten."
Actually, it's totally punk, at least by the terms of the Pistols. They never hid the fact that they were only in it for the money. Of all the idiotic idealogies that have arisen in the name of punk rock, at least we know that the Pistols live theirs as truly as possible.
According to the (unnamed) sources in the report, the musicians earned a flat fee of about $300 for each of their GH covers, with no residuals based on sales of the hot-ticket game. Pretty sad, considering that Activision stands to rake in more than $500 million in combined Guitar Hero sales this year