Mar 20, 2010

Crass - The Feeding of the 5000

Crass, the band whose name and image is synonymous with the genres of "anarcho-punk" and "peace-punk," emerged in the second wave of punk rock which began immediately following the Sex Pistols in 1976. As a band, label, and collective Crass delivered on many of the ideas which were posited but never fully explored by the original punks: they made punk an explicitly ideological, revolutionary enterprise and they applied that ideology to every aspect of their art. They popularized the seminal anarcho-punk movement of the punk subculture and advocated direct action, animal rights and environmentalism.

This is their debut album that was recorded in 1978.

Genre: Anarcho-Punk
Country: England
Year: 1978
Size: 29,3 mb
Bitrate: 128 kbps

  1. Asylum
  2. Do They Owe Us a Living?
  3. End Result
  4. They’ve Got a Bomb
  5. Punk is Dead
  6. Reject of Society
  7. General Bacardi
  8. Banned from the Roxy
  9. G’s Song
  10. Fight War, Not Wars
  11. Women
  12. Securicor
  13. Sucks
  14. You Pay
  15. Angels
  16. What a Shame
  17. So What
  18. Well?....Do They?