Erratic punk parodists The Bollock Brothers have been led over the years by erstwhile singer Jock McDonald, their output ranging from inspired silliness to lame stupidity. The group debuted in 1983 with a double novelty album called The Last Supper; Horror Movies was thier biggest hit, later in the year, they released one of their more infamous projects, a total re-recording of the sole Sex Pistols album, this time titled Never Mind the Bollocks 1983, complete with synthesizer arrangements and a few altered lyrics.

A third record appeared in 1983, a double live set called Live Performances, featuring previously recorded material and about half of the Sex Pistols project. Releases continued through the mid-'80s, most of them largely forgettable, including The 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1985), Rock'n'Roll Suicide (1986), and The Prophecies of Nostradamus (1987). McDonald reconvened The Bollock Brothers in 1996 for another go-round on the LP Blood, Sweat and Beers. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide