April 5, 2019
“No authority but yourself.”
Anarcho-punks Crass are reissuing their six studio albums as well as a singles compilation on vinyl, via One Little Indian on behalf of Crass Records.
Active between the ’70s and ’80s, Crass promoting anarchism as well as causes including animal rights, feminism, anti-fascism, and environmentalism.
All of the LPs have been remastered from their original tapes by Alex Gordon and Penny Rimbaud at Abbey Road Studios, for these new reissues.
Three albums – Stations Of The Crass, Feeding Of The Five Thousand (The Second Sitting), and singles compilation Best Before 1984 – will be released 17th May.
The following four – Yes Sir I Will, Penis Envy, Ten Notes On A Summer’s Day, Christ The Album – will be released 14th June.
Pre-order a copy here, and watch the first episode of a new documentary series about Crass below, featuring lead singer Penny Rimbaud.