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  1. Crass was an English punk rock band formed in [1] [2] which promoted anarchism as a political ideology, a way of life and a resistance feeteramartoyswinoswoodbenephquiren.coinfo popularised the anarcho-punk movement of the punk subculture, advocating direct action, animal rights and feeteramartoyswinoswoodbenephquiren.coinfo band used and advocated a DIY punk ethic approach to its sound collages, leaflets, albums and films.
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  4. Stations of the Crass [CASSETTE] Crass Format: Audio Cassette. System/Big Man, Big M. A. N./Banned From the Roxy/Hurry Up Garry [Live] this album put everything into perspective and inspired me to ignored the machine and do different and is my reference point today still/5(44).
  5. Stations of the Crass is the second album by Crass, released in The record, originally released as a double 12", includes live tracks from a gig recorded at the Pied Bull pub in Islington, London, on August 7, The first three sides contain the studio tracks and play at 45 rpm, while the final side comprises the live material and plays at 33 feeteramartoyswinoswoodbenephquiren.coinfo: Anarcho-punk, hardcore punk, art punk.
  6. Stations of the Crass, an Album by Crass. Released on One Little Indian. Genres: Anarcho-Punk. Featured peformers: Alex Gordon (remixer), Penny Rimbaud (remixer).
  7. Crass spray-painted stencilled graffiti messages in the London Underground system and on advertising billboards, coordinated squats and organised political action. The band expressed its ideals by dressing in black, military-surplus-style clothing and using a stage backdrop amalgamating icons of perceived authority such as the Christian cross, the swastika, the Union Jack and the ouroboros.
  8. Stations of the Crass The second LP by Crass kicks off with the chilling screams of “Mother” on Mother-Earth, Steve Ignorant’s vitriol sounding as fresh as if this was released today. Sadly, the issues that Crass were concerned with have regressed to somewhere close to where they were when these songs were written – with sexism, racism and the far right on the rise.

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