The hugely influential, dark, post-punk quartet, best known for "Love Will Tear Us Apart," as well as those T-shirts that people desperately wish you would ask about.
Also in attendance: Morrissey, who started The Smiths:
Once named "The Most Influential Artist Ever" by NME, The Smiths had a four-album run in the '80s, which remains the gold standard in the "Bringing Down The Whole Party" genre even today.
Members of the Buzzcocks actually helped organize the Sex Pistols show, and formed their own band a short time later:
Mark E. Smith, who went on to form The Fall, was in attendance as well:
Author/journalist David Nolan suggests that the show didn't inspire people to make music because they were in awe of what they saw that night, but rather that the early Sex Pistols were so awful, everyone in the crowd thought they could do better. We're not sure there's anything more punk rock than that.