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Poison Girls + Crass - 1980 - Bloody Revolutions (7'') [APN]

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    RECORD INFORMATION

    Bloody Revolutions / Persons Unknown
    Release Date : 1980

    Recorded at Southern Studios, London, 9th/10th Feb. 80. Designed at Exitstencil Press. Comes in a fold-out poster sleeve. Background text on front starts with "PAY NOTHING MORE FOR THIS RECORD THAN 70P"Crass : Ⓒ Ⓟ Ⓐ [l33204].[l215598] 1980 Poison Girls : Ⓒ Ⓟ [l45721] 1980
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    Poison Girls + Crass Biography

    Anarcho-punk band that formed in 1977 North Weald, Essex, United Kingdom, and disbanded in 1984.
    They founded [l=Crass Records] in 1979.

    Members:
    Vocals: Steve Ignorant, Eve Libertine (aka Bronwen Jones), Joy de Vivre.
    Guitars: N.A. Palmer, Phil Free.
    Bass: Pete Wright.
    Drums: Penny Rimbaud.
    Vocals, visuals : Gee Vaucher
    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.


    Label - Crass Records

    Anarcho-punk label from Essex, UK founded by Crass in 1979.
    The catalogue numbers of Crass Records releases were intended to represent a countdown to the year 1984 (e.g., 521984 meaning "five years until 1984").
    When separated with a slash it means it's the Nth release of this year (e.g. 321984/2 = second release of 1981).
    In 1985, the catalogue numbers were changed to a standardised system (Cat. No. x).
    Closed down in 1992, restarted in 2019.
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