Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Who Killed Bambi? In near mint condition, it is among the most valuable vinyl discs of all time.
Various sources state that it was indeed the highest-selling single of the week,   despite a ban by the BBC and some major retailers. The song reached No. New Statesman. Retrieved 18 April England selected Local News Regions Wiltshire selected.
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The Daily Telegraph. At the evening of the same day, BBC Two 's Newsnight programme ended its nightly broadcast with host of that night Kirsty Wark saying that they were "incredibly happy to oblige" Rosindell's request, and then played a clip of the Sex Pistols' similarly named song, much to Rosindell's discontent.
Wikimedia Commons. In his novel, The Place of Dead Roads , William S Burroughs echoes the infamous coupling of the song when describing the United Kingdom with the words "God save the Queen and a fascist regime … a flabby toothless fascism, to be sure.