|4||Don't Ask Me|
|6||The Order Of Death|
|10||Flowers of Romance|
|13||Sand Castles In The Snow|
|14||Rules and Regulations|
|15||Same Old Story|
|16||Brave New World|
|31||Seattle (2011 - Remaster)|
|32||Rise (2011 - Remaster)|
|34||Public Image (2005 Digital Remaster)|
|36||This Is Not a Love Song|
|37||U S L S 1|
|38||Public Image (Live at Zeche Bochum, 31.10.1983)|
Public Image Ltd (also known as PiL) are an English post-punk band formed by singer John Lydon (aka Johnny Rotten), guitarist Keith Levene, bassist Jah Wobble, and drummer Jim Walker. Personnel has changed frequently over the ensuing years. Lydon is the sole constant member of the band.
Lydon emerged after the break-up of the Sex Pistols with PiL's Public Image: First Issue (1978). The new band had a more experimental sound: a "droning, slow-tempo, bass-heavy noise rock, overlaid by Lydon's distinctive, vituperative rant". Their early work is often regarded as some of the most challenging and innovative music of the post-punk era. Their 1979 album Metal Box was ranked number 469 on Rolling Stone magazine's 2003 list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The NME described PiL as "arguably the first post-rock group".