London, South Kensington
25 July 2007
SEX PISTOLS AND GOD SAVE THE QUEEN
three printed punk t-shirts, one each of 'God Save the Queen,' 'Anarchy in the UK,' and a long-sleeved black 'Cosh the Driver'
All late 1970s (3)
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'Cosh the Driver' was the original title for the Pistols' song 'No One is Innocent,' or 'The Biggest Blow,' sung by notorious criminal Ronnie Biggs and released after the band's breakup in 1978.
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