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Best Before 1984

At long last the back catalogue of anarcho-punks Crass is being reissued. Best Before 1984 is a compilation of the Steve Ignorant and co’s singles, bits and bobs. It was originally released in 1986. It includes a booklet with lyrics and a Crass history, written by the band themselves. On Crass Records.
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Crass
Stations Of The Crass

Stations Of The Crass was the second album by anarchist punk band Crass. It was originally released in 1979. It features three sides of studio recordings and one side which was recorded live in an Islington pub (I wonder if Jeremy Corbyn was there?). The album’s title is not only a pun on Stations Of The Cross, but also the name of their campaign to daub the London underground in graffiti. On Crass Records.
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Steve Ignorant's Slice Of Life
Just Another

Three-track seven-inch EP from the group led by former Crass frontman and current lifeboatman Steve Ignorant. Like the songs on his LP Love And A Lamp-Post they revolve around personal and social themes like a calmer and more introspective cousin to tour buddies and Harbinger Sound label mates Sleaford Mods. Contains a lyric sheet.

Penny Rimbaud
What Passing Bells

Penny Rimbaud, previously of anarchist punk legends Crass has always had a thing for poetry - he changed his name to that of French poet Rimbaud, for starters. He takes his passion for the stanza a little further here by reciting selected poems by war poet Wilfred Owen. Rimbaud is backed by cello, played by Kate Short and piano played by Liam Noble. What Passing Bells is released to celebrate the anniversary of Owen’s death and, Rimbaud hopes, to take Owen's poetry to new audiences. On CD with 32 page book.

Penny Rimbaud's Kernschmelze II
Cantata For Improvised Voice

Extreme electronics sourced purely from vocal sounds from Eve Libertine and Penny Rimbaud from CRASS. Sparse and vulnerable poetics have been processed to create an intense and highly charged work which questions the notions of what music can be and where it could go in future. Still pushing the envelope this lot.  

Penny Rimbaud’s L’Académie Des Vanités
Yes Sir, The Truth Of Revolution

During the political unrest of the Faulklands conflict, 1982's 'Yes sir, I will' by Crass was as hard-hitting as they come. Writer Penny Rimbaud re-imaged the piece for Blackpool's Rebellion Festival thirty years later, taking the original sentiment and applying it to the current political climate. The recording features some of the leading names in London's jazz scene. Available on CD. 
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Crass
The Feeding Of The 5000

These days Steve Ignorant tours the country with Slice Of Life -  an acoustic guitar/piano based band talk-singing, and whilst his lyrics are still political it’s a far cry from what exploded out of him in 1978. The Feeding Of The 5000 was the first album by Crass, a noisy, sweary, political punk band. 18 songs in 31 minutes. Proper punk, that. LP on Crass Records.
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Coldcut, Massive Attack, Crass, Various
Peace Not War


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