Sid Vicious  

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Simon John Beverley, formerly Simon John Ritchie (May 10, 1957February 2, 1979), better known as Sid Vicious, was an English punk rock musician, a tragic icon of the punk movement, and the bass player of the Sex Pistols (replacing Glen Matlock). He was deeply involved in the birth of the British punk scene, along with close friend John Lydon (Johnny Rotten, Sex Pistols vocalist).



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