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After tunelessly singing Alice Cooper's "I'm Eighteen" to the accompaniment of the shop's jukebox, Lydon was chosen as the band's frontman.In 1977, the band released "God Save the Queen" during the week of Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee.He is also the lead singer of post-punk band Public Image Ltd (Pi L), which he founded and fronted from 1978 until 1993, and again since 2009.
He disliked his secondary school, the St William of York Roman Catholic School in Islington, where initially he was bullied, but at fourteen or fifteen he "broke out of the mould" and began to fight back at what he saw as the oppressive nature of the school teachers, who he felt instigated and encouraged the kids to all be the same and be "anti-anyone-who-doesn't-quite-fit-the-mould." Following the completion of his O-levels at school, he got into a row with his father, who disliked Lydon's long hair, and so, agreeing to get it cut, the teenager not only had it cut, but in an act of rebellion, he dyed it bright green.Maybe the reality was coloured by my youth." Describing himself as a "very shy" and "very retiring" kid who was "nervous as hell", he hated going to school, where he would get caned as punishment and where he "had several embarrassing incidents…I would shit my pants and be too scared to ask the teacher to leave the class.In subsequent years, Lydon has hosted television shows in the UK, US, and Belgium, appeared on I'm a Celebrity... in the UK, appeared in advertisements on UK television promoting a brand of British butter, written two autobiographies Rotten: No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs (1993) and Anger is an Energy (2014), and produced some solo musical work, such as the album Psycho's Path (1997).In 2005, he released a compilation album, The Best of British £1 Notes.