Glen Matlock was the original bass player with The Sex Pistols and co-wrote such punk classics as 'Pretty Vacant', 'God Save The Queen' and 'Anarchy In The UK'. Glen, along with the rest of the Pistols (Johnny Rotten, Steve Jones and Paul Cook), were without doubt the most influential British punk band of the late 70's. The Sex Pistols debut album 'Never Mind The Bollocks' is still regarded as one of the best rock albums of the past three decades. After his departure from The Pistols, Glen formed The Rich Kids and adopted a more sophisticated power-pop sound. The Rich Kids line up was completed by guitarist Steve New, who had rehearsed with the early Pistols, drummer Rusty Egan, and vocalist/ guitarist Midge Ure. The Rich Kids debut single, the stridnet and powerful 'Rich Kids' received critical acclaim and reached number 24 in the charts. The band's two other singles. 'Marching Men' and 'Ghosts of Princess in Towers' also charted and were produced by ex-Bowie and Mott The Hoople sidekick Mick Ronson. After The Rich Kids split up, Steve New joined Johnny Thunders and his band while Glen dabbled with various groups. Projects around this time included working with Iggy Pop and forming The Spectres with Danny Kustow from The Tom Robinson Band. Glen also recorded Pistols retro material such as Gary Oldman's version of 'I Wanna Be Your Dog' on the Sid and Nancy film 'Love Kills'. More recently, Glen re-joined The Sex Pistols on their 20th anniversary 'Filthy Lucre' tour in 1996 and his seminal autobiography 'I Was A Teenage Sex Pistol' has also been reprinted through Virgin.