Anarchy In The U.K.

"Anarchy In The U.K." is a song played in the key of E major. It was released in 1977 by the Sex Pistols, a British punk rock band. The song was composed by the band members Paul Cook, Steve Jones, John Lydon (also known as Johnny Rotten), and Glen Matlock. It is widely regarded as one of the most iconic punk songs of all time. The lyrics of the song reflect the rebellious spirit and frustrations of the working class youth in the late 1970s. A notable trivia about the song is that it was banned by the BBC upon its release due to its provocative lyrics and the band's controversial reputation. The melody is fast-paced and characterized by aggressive guitar riffs, energetic drumming, and Lydon's distinctive vocal style, which perfectly captures the chaotic and rebellious nature of punk rock.