John Lydon has hit out at The Eagles on the week the Californian rockers hit the top spot on both sides of The Atlantic.
The Sex Pistols legend has previously admitted that acts like The Eagles first inspired his band to form back in the late seventies, as a direct reaction to melodic rock outfits that dominated the charts.
These feeling still ring true for Lydon. He said: "They're (The Eagles) irrelevant. A band like that doesn't write songs that mean anything. We're the Charge of the Light Brigade, with decent generals, right?"
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