Independent label: Crass Records was the record label of the Anarchist Punk band of the same name, Crass released most of its products in the early '80s. A couple of singles came out in 1979. Those singles were Crass's own, 'Reality Asylum' (521984), and Honey Bane's, 'You Can Be You' (521984/1). The numbering represented a countdown to the year 1984: 1980 records were prefixed 421984, 1981 ones 321984, and so on, until 1984, when Crass split up and their label closed down. The company was operated as a non-profit-making organization, with ideology, rather than money, being what mattered. Rather unexpectedly, a record by Captain Sensible, 'This Is Your Captain Speaking' (321984-5; 1981), can be found in-between the more political releases by the likes of the Poison Girls and Flux Of Pink Indians. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
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