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For the Aaron Tippin song, see Kiss This (song).
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|Greatest hits album by Sex Pistols|
|Released||5 October 1992|
|Recorded||1976 - 1978|
|Singles from Kiss This|
The tracks are split into three phases:
- "Early Songs and Other People's Material"
- "Let Rip, Volatile, Full Fledged Songwriting on our Own"
- "Final Group of Songs Written Close Together. More Musical. No Longer Confused About Where We Stood."
Originally it was issued with a bonus CD featuring 21 July 1977 show at Trondheim and a foldout colour poster.
- "Anarchy in the U.K."
- "God Save the Queen"
- "Pretty Vacant"
- "Holidays in the Sun"
- "I Wanna Be Me"
- "Did You No Wrong"
- "No Fun"
- "Don't Give Me No Lip, Child"
- "(I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone"
- "No Feelings"
- "New York"
- "EMI (Unlimited Edition)"
- "My Way"
- "Silly Thing"
- "Silly Thing" is not the version of the song that appears on The Great Rock 'N' Roll Swindle album, but the single version of the track which has vocals by Steve Jones instead of Paul Cook ("Official Sex Pistols page".)
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