Stations Of The Crass

by Crass

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Stations Of The Crass is the second album by Crass, released at a time when right-wing National Front leaders and working class Oi! bands were using punk rock as a medium for their xenophobic message.

Crass countered the trend with seething rage, wicked wit, and a potent musical attack that spurned punk's pub-rock origins for harder and faster chaos. The follow up to The Feeding Of The 5000, this offering finds them delivering furious anti-capitalist sentiments on a bed of guitar and bass designed to deliver an uncompromising message.

"They said that we were trash. Well the name is Crass, not Clash!"
- CRASS, ‘White Punks On Hope

Originally pressed as a double 12 inch in 1979, the record includes live tracks from a gig recorded at the Pied Bull pub in Islington, London on August 7, 1979.

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released June 24, 2014

Steve Ignorant - lead vocals
Ever Libertine - vocals
Joy DeVivre - vocals
N.A. Palmer - rhythm guitar
Penny Rimbaud - drums, radio, tape
Phil Free - lead guitar
Pete Wright - bass, vocals
Gee - radio, piano, artwork

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Crass England, UK

Crass was founded by Steve Ignorant & Penny Rimbaud in 1977. Members included Gee Vaucher, Steve Herman, Eve Libertine, Phil Free, N.A. Palmer, Pete Wright, Joy De Vivre, Mick Duffield & John Loder. Crass popularised the anarcho-punk movement of the punk subculture, advocating direct action, a DIY ethic, animal rights & environmentalism. ... more

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