#5
I like it. I don't listen to it as much as their other albums though. I think of it as more of a spoken word album than a musical album. That being said, I think they did a great job on it.
#6
Own it, probaly my least favorite of any crass album. Anybody think that piano bit is weird as hell
#7
haven't heard it but I have most of Feeding and Stations and I bought best before 1984, half the songs Crass released were utter crap tho. Some songs were some real good Punk tunes, some were trippy ass stuff that i also really enjoyed, bordering on Avant-Garde, and some were just, uter crap, stupid preaching.
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#9
It's my favorite crass album. I can't believe you guys don't like it.
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#10
Quote by Mav-16
, some were trippy ass stuff that i also really enjoyed, bordering on Avant-Garde, and some were just, uter crap, stupid preaching.


Yeah they made themselves sound like **** so apathetic people wouldn't listen to there 'preachy crap'.

Actually i'm pretty sure the members of crass mostly listened to classical stuff, and one of them probaly played a piano,
#11
Quote by crustyreed
Yeah they made themselves sound like **** so apathetic people wouldn't listen to there 'preachy crap'.

Pfft, that's just their excuse for not being able to play their instruments.

EDIT: And according to my record sleeve, Paul Ellis played the piano.
#12
Quote by neidnarb11890
Pfft, that's just their excuse for not being able to play their instruments.

EDIT: And according to my record sleeve, Paul Ellis played the piano.



rofl

but yeah I have heard that album and I did like the piano bit,

and thats about it
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#13
Quote by lavazza
Yes the Piano part is irritating.....I ask myself: How did they find a person with a piano or who can play the piano?


Aha, I thought that part was great. Pretty out there.

The whole thing is basically like a political rally/slam with backing musicians instead of a concert. Kinda like the whole kerouac and jazz thing.