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Matlock hasn't spoken to John Lydon in five years. Sex Pistols bassist rules out reunion Tame Impala, Jake Bugg and One Direction also among best-sellers. Record Store Day best-sellers revealed Glen Matlock will release his personal archives of the 'Filthy Lucre' tour. Sex Pistols bassist to release tour book Biggs sang two tracks with the Sex Pistols after John Lydon left the band. Train robber Ronnie Biggs dies, aged 84 The Spice Girls, Steps, Blur and The Stone Roses also make the top ten. Take That top reunited bands rich list The punk guitarist previously featured on the 'RU Mine?' video. Sex Pistol wants Arctic Monkeys hook-up Digital Spy chats to Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones. Sex Pistols' Steve Jones interview The singer-songwriter talks at the Never Mind The Bollocks anniversary. Kate Nash on Sex Pistols, X Factor, punk Sex Pistols are also said to have refused to perform at the Closing Ceremony. Bowie, Bush turned down Olympics show? We mark Andy Murray's brave Wimbledon final with some other great runners-up. The greatest No. 2 singles - videos The single will be available as a limited edition 7" picture disc next week. Sex Pistols to re-issue 'Pretty Vacant' The singer says the group's hits should be included in one of the ceremonies. Mel C: Spice Girls should be at Olympics Sex Pistols, Eastenders theme and Adele included on Danny Boyle's playlist. Olympic ceremony playlist leaked The controversial John Lydon says he can't work "in a Sex Pistols context". John Lydon: 'No more Sex Pistols songs' Johnny Rotten believes the May re-issue "undermines" the band's original manifesto. Lydon against Sex Pistols re-release The band will re-issue the 1977 track on May 28. Sex Pistols to re-release 'Queen' hit Guns N' Roses singer jeered when Billie Joe Armstrong mentions his name. Axl Rose booed at Rock & Roll HOF The band will not appear at the closing ceremony in London this August. Sex Pistols decline Olympic gig offer Ex-Libertine also slams "bland" bands that don't have a certain sense of style. Pete Doherty: 'I want to do Eurovision' Public Image Ltd add a new live date at the Kentish Town Forum. Public Image Ltd for new London show The punk band pen a new contract with Universal Music. Sex Pistols sign new record deal Lorne Michaels says he's happy that Portlandia has proved popular. 'Portlandia' a little hit, says Michaels Sex Pistols star says TV contests produce "karaoke" singers afraid to "break barriers". John Lydon blasts TV talent shows Carrie Brownstein reflects on her love of the cult series The Kids in the Hall. 'Kids in the Hall' inspired 'Portlandia' A rare vinyl copy of the 1977 single is put up for sale. Sex Pistols vinyl on sale for £10,000 Two classic Buzzcocks lineups will reportedly reform next year. Buzzcocks 'original lineups to reform' The rockers will film sketches for Fred Armisen's IFC comedy series. Vedder, ex-Sex Pistol for 'Portlandia' Guns 'N Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Chaka Khan are also nominated. Rod Stewart nominated for Hall of Fame John Lydon says that the National Trust has not asked permission to use Sex Pistols songs on a new compilation. Sex Pistols' John Lydon: 'National Trust stole songs' John Lydon again claims that there would have been no punk without the Sex Pistols. John Lydon 'clears up punk confusion' John Lydon says that he'd be "happy to oblige" to  a Sex Pistols tour and could even pen new tracks. Lydon: 'I'd write new Sex Pistols songs' The Prodigy's 'Smack My Bitch Up' is named the most controversial song in a new poll. Prodigy track voted 'most controversial' A campaigner fighting to save the iconic 100 Club says that he is hoping for a donation from a star. 100 Club campaign 'hopes for donation' Former Sex Pistol John Lydon brands Gorillaz "s***", saying that music today is a melange of "s***". John Lydon: 'Gorillaz are s***' The former Sex Pistols singer turned down an offer to feature on Gorillaz' latest album. John Lydon rejected Gorillaz offer Thousands back 1970s punk band the Sex Pistols to reach No.1 in time for the Queen's official birthday. 7,000 fans campaign for Sex Pistols No.1 John Lydon reveals that he will always regret allowing Sid Vicious to join the Sex Pistols. Lydon 'regrets Vicious joining Sex Pistols' The Sex Pistols reportedly threaten a UK ice cream company with copyright infringement. Sex Pistols sue London ice cream firm? Jon Savage says that the punk movement was more emotional than political at its beginning. Savage: 'Sex Pistols weren't political' Adverts starring Sex Pistol John Lydon help boost sales of Dairy Crest butter. Lydon advert boosts butter sales