Crass ‎– Stations Of The Crass

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Crass Records ‎– 521984
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Vinyl, LP, 45 RPM
Vinyl, LP, 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Credits

  • Backing Vocals, Performer [Radio], ArtworkG*
  • BassPete Wright
  • Drums, Performer [Radio], TapePenny Rimbaud
  • Lead Guitar, Backing VocalsPhil Free (2)
  • Lead VocalsSteve Ignorant
  • Other [Filmworks] – Mick
  • Other [T42] – Seaman Stockton
  • Photography – Ian, Richard, Pete, Simine
  • Rhythm GuitarN.A. Palmer
  • Written-By, Producer, DesignCrass

Notes

Sides 1/2/3 Recorded at Southern Studios, London, 11th August 1979.
Side 4 recorded by Real Time at Pied Bull, Islington, London, 7th August 1979.

All material Circle-C Circle-P Circle-A crass.exitstencil music.

Early pressing: foldout poster sleeve, "pay no more than £3.00" on front of sleeve.

Postal address on back of sleeve:
crass records. c/o rough trade. 202 kensington park road. london W.11.

There is no "Made In England" text anywhere on the artwork.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A): CRASS 521984 A2
  • Matrix / Runout (B): CRASS 521984 B2
  • Matrix / Runout (C): CRASS 521984 C3
  • Matrix / Runout (D): CRASS 521984 D2
  • Other (A - Slogan): PI FIGHT WAR - NOT WARS
  • Other (B - Slogan): SA AN.OK 4U.OK?
  • Other (C - Slogan): SA ENOLA HALLO... PI
  • Other (D - Slogan): PI MAKE LOVE NOT WAR..

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antonino_vella

antonino_vella

April 17, 2018
My copy includes the sew on patch too, still fixed to the inner gatefold.
rockape971

rockape971

December 6, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
First pressings had a white cloth crass badge ( Red writing ) free inside . still have mine
bentgrim

bentgrim

December 7, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

You will either love this record or despise it and I love it to no end...A great record to listen to if you hate your government. Full of many great 3 chord catchy tunes and some splended experimental noise to tickle the eardrum. The grandfathers and grandmothers of Anarcho punk. a must have for your record collection. you are truly not a punk rocker until you have listened to this band and record...in my opinion ;)