Crass

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Crass - Best Before 1984: Singles Compilation Best Before 1984: Singles Compilation
Punk Used - LP 5 Crass
Beautiful 1984 2LP Gatefold Compilation With Insert. Both LP's Appears Unplayed. Lords Of English Punk's Extreme Left, The Essex-Based Crass Didn't Just Sing About Anarchy In The UK — They Did Something About It. Formed In 1977 As A Band Much In The Sex Pistols/Sham 69 Image, They Saw Themselves As A More Righteous Alternative To Those Bands, And Soon Evolved Into An Anarchist Commune, A Broadsheet Publisher, Several Record Labels And An Information Service. Crass Espouse All The Proper Causes — Anti-War, Anti-Nuclear, Feminism, Flushing Out Hypocrisy In Organized Religion — With Blood-Curdling Vehemence On Their Own Records And On The Numerous Singles And Albums By Likeminded Bands They've Released (Or Inspired). The Group Was Frequently Embroiled In Legal Battles With Various Government Agencies But, In An Era Largely Typified By Apathy, Crass Stands As A Remarkably Successful Model Of Dead-Serious Political Commitment In Rock. The 20-Song Best Before Compilation Begins With 1977's "Do They Owe Us A Living?" And Runs Through The Band's Singles Before Ending With That Same Song Performed In 1984 At Crass' Final Gig.” – Trosuerpress.Com... more details
 

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