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Performer: Crass
Title: Stations Of The Crass
Country: UK
Genre: Rock
Style:Punk, Avantgarde
Catalog number: 521984
Label: Crass Records
MP3 album szie: 1378 mb
FLAC album size: 2915 mb

Tracklist

1Big Man, Big M.A.N.2:40
2Demoncrats3:21
3You've Got Big Hands1:43
4G's Song0:43
5Big Man, Big M.A.N.2:46
6Time Out2:03
7Shaved Women2:30
8Contaminational Power2:03
9System0:56
10Heard Too Much About1:07
11So What2:58
12Fun Going On2:14
13Hurry Up Garry1:11
14What A Shame1:23
15Hurry Up Garry1:05
16You Pay1:24
17White Punks On Hope2:22
18Darling1:56
19Fight War, Not Wars0:44
20Do They Owe Us A Living?2:00
21Chairman Of The Bored1:19
22Banned From The Roxy2:03
23Mother Earth4:13
24Upright Citizen3:18
25Walls3:08
26I Ain't Thick, It's Just A Trick4:26
27System1:12
28The Gasman Cometh3:18
29Tired3:20
30Untitled1:09
31Women1:59
32Punk Is Dead2:00
33Angels2:02
34They've Got A Bomb2:58
35Heard Too Much About1:20
36Crutch Of Society1:55
37Time Out2:12

Credits

  • Backing Vocals, Performer [Radio], ArtworkG
  • BassPete Wright
  • Drums, Performer [Radio], TapePenny Rimbaud
  • Lead Guitar, Backing VocalsPhil Free
  • Lead VocalsSteve Ignorant
  • Mastered BySA
  • Other [Filmworks] – Mick
  • Other [T42] – Seaman Stockton
  • Photography – Ian, Richard, Pete, Simine
  • Recorded ByReal Time (tracks: D1 to D17)
  • Rhythm GuitarN.A. Palmer
  • Written-By, Producer, DesignCrass
  • Backing Vocals, Performer [Radio], Artwork ByG
  • BassPete Wright
  • Drums, Performer [Radio], TapePenny Rimbaud
  • Lead Guitar, Backing VocalsPhil Free
  • Lead VocalsSteve Ignorant
  • Rhythm Guitar, Backing VocalsN.A. Palmer

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.

Side A & B 45 RPM.
Side C 45 RPM, side D 33 RPM.

"Made in France" is printed on the labels and back cover.

There is a slight difference with the original cover, the phrase "pay no more than £3.00" has been removed.

War Can Never Be Won/Crass Anarchy And Freedom/
Liberty Crass-Records 521984 Stations Of The Crass/Anok4u2 Tow Record Set.Sides A/B/C Recorded at Southern Studios, London, 11th August 1979.
Side D recorded by Real Time at Pied Bull, Islington, London, 7th August 1979.
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Side A & B 45 RPM
Side C 45 RPM, side D 33 RPM

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

1981 pressing acc. to etchings: foldout poster sleeve, "pay no more than £3.00" on front of sleeve.
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On side B, RR 3 x 13 - 1- 81, is etched above AN.OK 4U.OK?

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.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A Etchings): CRASS 521984 A2
  • Matrix / Runout (B Etchings): CRASS 521984 B2
  • Matrix / Runout (C Etchings): CRASS 521984 C3
  • Matrix / Runout (D Etchings): CRASS 521984 D2
  • Matrix / Runout (A Etchings): FIGHT WAR - NOT WARS RR 2 x 13 - 1 - 81
  • Matrix / Runout (B Etching): SA AN.OK 4U.OK? RR 3 x 13 - 1- 81
  • Matrix / Runout (C Etchings): SA ENOLA HALLO... RR 2 x 13 - 1 - 81
  • Matrix / Runout (D Etchings): MAKE LOVE NOT WAR.. 3 x 13 - 1- 81
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side A): THE SYSTEM IS THE STATE CRASS 521984 A-3 P α MPO ✳
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side B): THE STATE IS THE SYSTEM CRASS 521984 B-3 P α MPO ✳
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side C): THE STATE OF THE SYSTEM - O̶̷R̶̷L̶̷A̶̷K̶̷E̶̷ CRASS 521984 C-4 P α MPO ✳
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side D): IS THE SYSTEM OF THE STATE CRASS 521984 D-3 α MPO ✳

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Exitstencil Music
  • Copyright (c) – Exitstencil Music
  • Recorded At – Southern Studios
  • Recorded At – Pied Bull
  • Pressed By – MPO
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