A political agenda ...
Chris Tiftickjian | Texas | 09/03/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This CD is not a music album per sey, but it still embodies what Crass and their music was all about. The album consists of several nameless tracks, only two of which(#2 & #4) are actually songs. The rest of the album is a political message concerning Thatcher's UK and the Falkland war.If you take the time to familiarize yourself with the lyrics, and what is being said this album is quite enjoyable. The fourth track is an excellent song that will save the album for punk fans who were looking for a more traditional music oriented album."
Work of art
chad | orange county | 04/09/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"First off, dont buy this as your first crass LP, or for musical enjoyment. This LP wasn't made for musical enjoyment, but for a strong political message. It is a very meaningful album, that pretty much expresses the point of view of anarchist and the band crass. The message is loud and clear in this album, there is absolutely no authority but yourself. All you have to do is read the lyrics, then look at the artwork and you will understand everything. Recommended."