New CRASS video for previously unheard track ‘Sheep Farming In The Falklands 3’

Album reissues ‘Crassical Collection’ out October 2nd via One Little Independent Records

 Include Remastered Audio, Rare Tracks, New Art and Comprehensive Liner Notes

“The furiously political British anarchist collective Crass lived their dogma with admirable rigor” Rolling Stone

 “Arguably one of the most significant punk bands to ever exist” Crack Magazine

One Little Independent Records has revealed details on the Crassical Collection, a collection of seminal avant-punk collective CRASS’ legendary albums, restored from the original analogue studio tapes.

Alongside announcement of this ambitious reissue project CRASS have shared their video for previously never-before-heard track ‘Sheep Farming In The Falklands 3’, by visual artist George K. Penny Rimbaud says; “A previously unreleased version of ‘Sheep Farming in the Falklands’ written and produced sometime after hostilities had ceased. The first listener to send us the lyrics in full will be handsomely rewarded. I’ve tried, but despite having written them, I still can’t get it word for word”.

Set for release on October 2nd, the Crassical Collection includes Stations of the Crass (1979), Feeding of the Five Thousand (The Second Sitting) (1981), Penis Envy (1981), Christ – The Album (1982), Yes Sir, I Will (1983), Ten Notes on a Summer’s Day (1986) and Best Before 1984 (1986). Each of the records have been repackaged and bolstered by rare and unreleased tracks, and stunning new artwork from Gee Vaucher, who has lovingly created what could only be considered a true artefact.

The first six albums include two CDs, with the first disc being the main album remastered by Alex Gordon and Penny Rimbaud at Abbey Road Studios and the second being a mixture of rare live and remastered studio recordings. Each package also includes a fold-out poster and a high-quality 60-page booklet featuring all lyrics along with extensive liner notes from band members Penny Rimbaud and Steve Ignorant, which shed light on the making of the records.

The Best Before 1984 Crassical Collection is brand-new and has also been remastered and features five fold-out posters and a 52-page booklet.

“Number seven – the one that almost got away,” Rimbaud notes. “This final Crassical Collection double CD contains the original album plus a further album’s worth of related material; good, bad and indifferent. Half the band want it out, while the other half wanted out, but hey, here it is in all its glory.”

Leading up to the release of the Crassical Collection, CRASS has embarked on the ambitious The Feeding of the Five Thousand Remix Project. Beginning in late 2019, CRASS took the step of making the original separate track stems of their seminal debut album The Feeding of the Five Thousand available as a free download. With a call to take the original 16 track recording in its pre-mix state, the intent was for people to create their own remixes and interpretations and breathe fresh life and ideas into this revolutionary music.

The resulting Normal Never Was series has just released its third installment, featuring remixes by legendary producer Steve Aoki and Japanese outsider musician Mikado Koko. All proceeds from the Normal Never Was series are being donated to the Refuge charity (

“Different genre, different world, but common ground,” Rimbaud told Rolling Stone of Steve Aoki’s remix of “Banned from the Roxy”. “Steve’s contribution to the remix project defies the divide and rule notions of the governing classes and brings us together in a vibrant scream for liberation.”

Aoki added, “Remixing the legendary band CRASS was a big honor for me, and when they told me the proceeds from the remix would all be donated to a Refuge to help women in need my answer was an immediate yes. There’s a lot of people and problems that need our help and attention in this world, and I only hope that the money raised by this remix project helps to unfuck some of it.”

Mikado Koko is a ground-breaking Japanese artist and musician stretching the boundaries of feminism and the avant-garde,” Rimbaud told Vive le Rock!, which debuted Koko’s “Asylum” remix. “No wonder, then, that she was drawn to remixing ‘Reality Asylum’ and thereby proving the universality of the liberationist cause.”

Normal Never Was III, as well as the first two sets of remixes in the series are available at Physical copies of Normal Never Was III will be available October 16. Pre-order now at


Pre-order links for the Crassical Collection:

Best Before 1984 (Crassical Collection) 


Ten Notes on a Summer’s Day (Crassical Collection) 


Yes Sir, I Will (Crassical Collection)  


Christ – The Album (Crassical Collection)  


Penis Envy  

Stations of the Crass  


Feeding of the Five Thousand (The Second Sitting)  

Art credit:

Gee Vaucher

Photo credit:

Tony Mottram