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Sex Pistols’ John Lydon compares disputed band agreement to ‘slave labour’ in court

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bitter court battle with his former bandmates, John Lydon – AKA Johnny Rotten – has said that an agreement between him and his former Sex Pistols bandmates ‘smacks of slave labour’.The agreement is at the centre of a High Court dispute which has seen the band’s former drummer Paul Cook and guitarist Steve Jones sue the punk group’s ex-lead singer to allow their songs to be used in TV drama Pistol.The six-part series is directed by Danny Boyle, starring Game Of Thrones Maisie Williams, and is due to air next year.

It’s based on a 2016 memoir by Jones called Lonely Boy: Tales From A Sex Pistol.Jones and Cook argue that, under the terms of a band member agreement (BMA) made in 1998, decisions regarding licensing requests can be determined on a.

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