http://www.mediafire.com/?2jgenmj2lyo This is the rarest record put out by CRASS RECORDS!!! Here is an excerpt from an interview with Penny Rimbaud describing it. Another little known record was a 7" single by Jane Gregory called After A Dream: "She's an operatic and classical singer who acted as Sarah Brightman's understudy, in Andrew Lloyd-Webber's Requiem.' "Crass wanted to do a cross over single and the idea was to make a popular, classical record - which it isn't but it is nevertheless, very beautiful. "It was released through a new classical label connected through Pinnacle. It wasn't a Crass release as such and was underplayed by Crass as it wasn't within the context of what they were up to. There was a problem that as soon as Crass did something that sounded different people would think it was some kind of ploy." Penny went on to say that the track was to become generally available again on a compilation of the A sides of the singles by other bands on the Crass label -including After A Dream - called, funnily enough, A Sides.