Anything Turn Up The Volume wants to scream about…
2020 IS THE NEW 1977
British sharp-cutting-razorblade anarchists CRASS were definitely one of the most
honest, genuine, politically outspoken and productive trash and clash punks ever.
From 1977 to 1984 they hit hard and loud with their radical rants against fascism,
sexism, war, media, organized religion, racism, corrupt governments and anything
or anybody that crushes the heart and soul of humankind.
Yesterday One Little Independent Records
unleashed the CRASSICAL COLLECTIONS.
“Painstakingly remastered and redesigned over recent years by Penny Rimbaud and
Gee Vaucher, the Crassical Collections are a radical reappraisal of the Crass catalogue.
The message remains the same, but with new visuals, improved sound and the added
clarity of hindsight. Crass as it was in the beginning, but with all the power of now.”
A collection of no less than seven albums. Each of the records have been repackaged
and bolstered by rare and unreleased tracks, and stunning new artwork from
Gee Vaucher. More info and order facilities here.
Simultaneously a previously never-before-heard track
Sheep Farming In The Falklands 3 was revealed
with a video by visual artist George K…
Here’s the CRASS MARATHON on Spotify…
STATIONS OF THE CRASS – 1979
FEEDING OF THE FIVE THOUSAND
(THE SECOND SITTING) – 1981
PENIS ENVY – 1981
CHRIST – THE ALBUM – 1982
YES SIR, I WILL – 1983
TEN NOTES ON A SUMMER’S DAY – 1986
BEST BEFORE 1984 (1986)