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Banned From The Roxy - Crass - The Feeding Of The 5000 (CD, Album)

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  1. Buy The Feeding Of The Five Thousand (CD) by Crass (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  2. Crass (tracks A2–B9) recorded at: Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London, England, United Kingdom () (tracks A2–B9).
  3. Features Song Lyrics for Crass's The Feeding of the The Second Sitting album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  4. Crass - Banned From the Roxy Lyrics. Banned from the Roxy O.K. I never much liked playing there anyway. They said they only wanted well behaved boys, Do they think guitars an.
  5. 19 rows · The Feeding Of The Five Thousand (CD) Crass Christ The Album (CD) Crass Best Before .
  6. The Feeding of the is the first album by the anarcho-punk band Crass. The album was recorded on 29 October , by John Loder at Southern Studios and was released the same year. It was considered revolutionary in its time due to what was considered an extreme sound, frequently profane lyrical content and the anarchist political ideals in the lyrics.
  7. Nov 10,  · This is the first Crass Records edition: "Pay no more than £" appears on the right margin. All material c p a crass Recorded live at Southern Studios, London 29/10//5().
  8. Crass' first release was The Feeding of the (an track, 12" 45 rpm EP on the Small Wonder label) in Workers at the record-pressing plant refused to handle it due to the allegedly blasphemous content of the song "Asylum", and the record was released without it. In its place were two minutes of silence, entitled "The Sound of Free Speech".Genres: Anarcho-punk, art punk, avant-punk.
  9. Apr 17,  · The Feeding of the Five Thousand, an Album by Crass. Released in February on Small Wonder (catalog no. Weeny 2; Vinyl LP). Genres: Anarcho-Punk. Featured peformers: Steve Ignorant (lead vocals), Phil Free (lead guitar, backing vocals), Pete Wright (bass), Penny Rimbaud (drums, noise), John Loder (engineer), N. A. Palmer (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Crass (writer, /5(61).

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