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New Crass A History Site


I have created a new site for Crass a history, hopefully it is easier to navigate than the current WordPress site.

I will still be updating things here, and the new site too, including interviews and  images.

Please let me know what you think

Exit stencil card number 11

Exit Stencil postcard number 11

Titled Still life with nude


Gee later released this image as part of the Pax Britannica box set of Art, from  artists including Banksy, Billy Childish and Jamie Reid





I like many other, felt the sad loss of Vi from the Poison Girls this week. Vi was an incredibly strong woman and performer and will be sadly missed.There’s a link to a beautiful piece about Vi from Penny here

I will be updating the pages over the next few months, so I have a call out to anyone who might have any rare Crass, fliers, posters,  records etc that I haven’t posted on here to please scan them and let me post them, I would love a copy / scan of the loving magazine that the C.R,A,S,S Our Wedding flexi was advertised.

Also going back over the stats for the site the biggest single days visitors were 9210 and 16123 8th and 9th April  2013 which was the day of Margret Thatchers Death

Total Visits to date 1,234,456

Thanks for visiting

Exit stencil card number 9

Exitstencil postcard number 9 of 12



Exit stencil card number 2

Number 2 in a series of 12 Postcards produced by Crass

Feeding of the Five Thousand CD Re-issue

Crass Records CC01

CD Re-Mastered  Feeding of the Five Thousand in box with booklet and mini version of the Crass Records Release cover.

Much has been written about the re-issueing of the remastered Crass Albums, and the split within the band over their issue, but here they are and all I can say is amazing. The quality of the original recordings are great, miles better than the 1990 CD issues, which I always found thin and flat. The unreleased material includes a pre Crass (stormtrooper) recording of ‘Do they owe Us a Living’ recorded May 77 as well as demos from a soho recording  in 79 and Southern Studio demos in 78. The packaging as you would expect from Crass is exquisite, works of Art that happen to surround a CD, a booklet containing lyrics and images done by Gee Vaucher, the box also contains a mini reproduction of the original Feeding of the Five thousand Cover with the pay only £3.00 tag.

I hope that now its released those doubters have a change of heart, and see these for what they are, a fitting issue to the Crass legacy, may they continue.

Vive le Rock Review

Record Collector Review

Christ the Album CD

Crass Records BOLLOX2U2 CD

Different Cover

Crass Records BOLLOX2U2, BOLLOCKS 2U2.CD.