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Normal Never Was - Remixes

by Crass

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"Yup, it’s time for a second helping, and who better to do it but yourself?"

First released in 1978, ‘The Feeding of the Five Thousand’ pre-empted rap and grime in its hard on the beat, fast fire, uncompromising lyrics.

As part of the 'Normal Never Was' remix project, followers of Crass were encouraged to download the stems and mix them backwards, forwards and upside down.

Keep an eye on the Crasswords socials, as more exciting news is set to follow...

This playlist features all of the remixes received so far. The remixes are free, but if you choose to pay, all monies raised from the project will go to the charity ‘Refuge’, so please donate if you're able to - www.refuge.org.uk

Refuge provides specialist support for women and children experiencing domestic violence with a national network of specialist services and opened the world’s first safe house for women and children escaping violence in 1977. On any given day, Refuge’s services support 3,000 women and children and the recent lockdown has seen calls to the charity’s helpline increased by two-thirds and website visits have risen nearly tenfold.

The charity remains committed to working towards a world where women and children can live in safety, free from fear.

‘Refuge is incredibly grateful to Crass and their team for helping raise vital funds for Refuge. Since the start of lockdown, Refuge has seen a 66% rise in demand for its Helpline and a 950% rise in visits to its Helpline website. This shows the sheer extent of the need for specialist domestic abuse services – not just during lockdown but beyond. Every penny raised helps us to ensure that no woman or child is turned away from safety.’

‘While lockdown itself doesn’t cause domestic abuse - abuse happens all year round - it does, of course, have the potential to aggravate pre-existing abusive behaviours – and the data we have shows us the increase in the need for our services during the lockdown. Refuge worked incredibly hard at the beginning of the pandemic to make sure our services remained open and safe. The generous donations we have received, including those from Crass, mean we can continue to provide the life-saving and life-changing services that women experiencing domestic abuse need and deserve.’

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released June 30, 2021

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Crass Epping, UK

Crass were an Anarcho-punk band formed in 1977. They popularised the anarcho-punk movement, and were advocates for such matters as direct action, animal rights, anti-facism, feminism, and environmentalism. From the word go, their career's ending was set to be 1984, and they lived up to this intention, splitting up following a miners' benefit gig in Wales in July that year. ... more

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