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"There is no argument"

Noel Gallagher has revealed that he thinks Sex Pistols‘ ‘Never Mind The Bollocks’ is “the most influential album of all time”.

The musician picked the 1977 album, arguing that his choice is “scientifically factual”.

He was speaking to Q Magazine for a feature which celebrated the 156 most influential records of all time. “The most influential record of all time is ‘Never Mind The Bollocks’. People who are still working now in the music business did their shit because of that record,” Gallagher said.

“It’s the absolute left turn. There is no argument,” he continued. “It cannot be bettered. It’s scientifically factual.”

Last month, Dr. Martens launched a new range of Sex Pistols boots and shoes.

The iconic footwear brand teamed with up the band to produce the new line, inspired by the distinctive album artwork which was designed for the punks by Jamie Reid.

In a press release, Dr. Martens said: “This is a band that so perfectly captured and channelled the essence of the non-conformist Docs spirit. And just as Docs were adopted by subcultures, we continue to be influenced by them – a fact which gives even more meaning to this collaboration.”

In other Noel news, the rocker has been announced for the Isle of Wight Festival 2019. Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will join George Ezra and Biffy Clyro as the headliners, while the likes of Courteeners, Richard Ashcroft, Lily Allen, IDLES, Bastille and Sigrid will all also perform across the weekend.

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