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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 19, 1995)
  • Original Release Date: 1978
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Crass
  • ASIN: B000001U0F
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #350,427 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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People say its the best punk album ever produced (I agree its one of the best).
Rupert P. Murdock
Crass is art which may be understandable if you have any sense of morality and/or drive for intelligence.
Peter F. Buksa
Somehow the lack of distortion and crisp sound of the band make for a more spurratic chaotic sound.
J. P. Stephenson

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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
By reading all of the other reviews that customers have made below this one, it's obvious that they are just more of the 80s' punk fashion leftovers/copycats who spit out cliches about being a "true punk" and hating MTV. I'm not glorifying MTV at all, but I DO want to let you know that if any of these people understood the messages of this shockingly intelligent band, they would know that punk really is dead, and that mohawks and bondage pants had absolutely nothing to do with it. Punk rock, through bands like the Sex Pistols, the Clash, all the way up to Blink-182 and Good Charlotte, has been misrepresented horribly. Punk rock was founded on the ideas of modern anarchism, and it's purpose was to spread those ideas in order to create a revolution. Every anarchist's opinions, theories, and ideas vary, but they all still share some basic, common ideals. The mohawks, liberty spikes and bondage gear is nothing but a cliche, a fashion that came after the Clash sold out (Crass talks about this in "Punk Is Dead"), and it has NOTHING to do with punk rock music or anarchism. With that said, moving on to the record. The lyrics are great. They're free of cliches, have no holes in them, and are very humorous at times. They make perfect sense, and if you don't understand them, then have a dictionary next to you when you read them (it helps). Best of all, their ideas actually work. The music's original and sounds like no one else, which only adds to their impact. The musicianship's simple for the most part, but the bassist lays down some really good bass lines (especially "Securicor"). The bottom line: if you understand politics and anarchism, then you'll identify with the words great. If you don't understand any of that, this is great to get educated on.Read more ›
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By JUAN MARTIN GABASTOU on March 29, 2005
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The best of all of Crass'albums-and the first of em all,for all of you who don't know.The drumming is incredible,the singing-more of a statement delivery,really-is unique and really nails you to the chair,while the music is weird and pogoing,the drumming is a unique " military style" like,the songs are full of ¨samples¨-tape loops really-lots of guitar feedback and radio sampling-not in the Ramones'fashion though.This and ¨Best Before are punker's favorites.You have to read from the lyric sheet while listening,otherwise you loose 90 % of theimpacts,coz lyrics is all this band's about,and that's no small accomplishment.You'll love every single second of this record,no damned fillers in here.32 minutes of the most exciting,powerful and never succesfully imitated anarcho-political PUNK ROCK.NUFF SAID !!!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By mike d. on June 30, 2001
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A brilliant record. While other punk groups were just moaning & spending their royalties at the pub,Crass were actually getting off their arses, and fighting back.Which terrified most of their contemporaries, whose idea of anarchy was maybe not making their bed.They ran their own label,they kept album & ticket prices very low,they didn't try to flog t-shirts,they wouldn't even allow photos of themselves in the press.Some of the lyrics do seem overly paranoid,but at the time they were being leant on by MI5(government surveillance),while The Clash etc were travelling between stadiums in limousines. Also it sounds great.Critics say they couldn't play,but the guitars & drums are really distinctive and powerful-- most punk stuff from that time sounds feeble--like it was recorded in a biscuit tin. Best tracks are Do They Owe Us A Living,Banned From The Roxy,& So What?
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Boony on October 25, 2008
Format: Audio CD
This is the best way to piss off your parents, friends, teachers, cops, politicians, offspring, siblings, .....etc. etc.......
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By conure666@aol.com on January 6, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This release (originally formatted on vinyl, thank you) was intended to only sell a maximum of 5000 copies, hence the title. Unspoken of in the music press, however is the fact that it was near 1,000,000 copies at last count a few years back. This first release by CRASS is my favorite by far. Two versions of the song "Do they owe us a living" are on this cd. If you like anything by crass, then you'll like this release.If you've never heard them before, then you are really missing out on some great British anrchist/peace punk.Simplistic form of music- not poppy skate punk and no emopunk lead guitar solos here- and biting hard comentaries on the state of affairs in late 70's/early 80's England. Alot of the ideas have been passed on to later punk bands on both sides of the atlantic lake. With out exception, Dead Kennedys, Circle Jerks, and Propagandhi (as well as many others) got a lot of their influence through these guys.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Best Of All on March 1, 2011
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The artistic punch that went into this re-release is quite impressive. And that is even before delving into the 34 tracks that show the legendary anarcho-punk group at work and play.

A hefty booklet includes an essay each from Penny Rimbaud and Steve Ignorant, photographs, drawings, lyrics and remastering information. The original album artwork folds out into a mini-poster and the CD is housed in its own gatefold sleeve, which has recording information on the four sections of music (original album, Rimbaud and Ignorant in a duo performance, in an unknown studio on August 27, 1977, and at Southern Studios on February 27, 1978). Rimbaud's spoken word composition "Asylum" sounds even more powerful, though the classics "Do They Owe Us a Living?," "Punk is Dead" and "Fight War Not Wars" gleam with renewed energy.

Ignorant will soon be embarking on the North American leg of a tour that salutes the band's material. Though it's not promoting The Crassical Collection, the combination makes for a very Merry Crassmas.
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