Rabble-rouser who wants to be a model citizen

AS a founding member of a band that sent shockwaves through the music industry, sparked youthful rebellion on both sides of the Atlantic and sealed its place in rock music history, Glen Matlock can be justifiably proud of his place in the pantheon of musical legends.

But that was almost 40 years ago. No matter that The Sex Pistols lasted less than three years and only made one studio album - or that bass guitar player Matlock left the band before its release and was replaced by Sid Vicious. Or that...

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