Subsequently to the Sex Pistols split up, John Lydon (aka Johnny Rotten) made with PiL some groundbreaking music. "The Flowers Of Romance" and "Metal Box" are albums which can be found on a regular basis in lists of influential records. In the 80s PiL was like a synonym for musical innovation. Classic tracks like "This Is Not A Love Song," "Rise," "Death Disco" or "Dissapointed" are quintessential for playlists of new wave parties. In 1992, Lydon wrote his memoirs and was keeping himself occupied with some other things.
However, since 2009, this legendary act reunited. Last year the band released "What The World Needs Now ..." which is PiL’s excellent tenth studio album. People who saw PiL play live recently, unanimous agree that they’re still one of the most energetic bands on stage.
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