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Crass - The Feeding Of The Five Thousand download mp3 album
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Album:
The Feeding Of The Five Thousand
Style:
Punk
Released:
1979
Country:
UK
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1541 mb
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1170 mb
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1702 mb
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The Feeding of the 5000 is the first album by the anarcho-punk band Crass. The album was recorded on 29 October 1978, by John Loder at Southern Studios and was released the same year. It was considered revolutionary in its time due to what was considered an extreme sound, frequently profane lyrical content and the anarchist political ideals in the lyrics. The album also saw the introduction of Crass's policy of ensuring cheap prices for their records.

Front of the inner sheet reads "621984" with not crossed out or replaced numbers. This (supposedly) refers to the number of years until 1984, '6' when the first insert was produced and '5' by the time the second appeared. Black bar that covers lyrics to Asylum on inner sheet has smaller typed font (2nd press is hand written and takes up the entirety of black bar). Jacket, LP, matrixes, and labels are virtually identical between initial presses, and there is disagreement about whether the were made at the same, or different, times.

Taking the five loaves and the two fish and looking up to Heaven, he gave thanks and broke them. Then he gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the people. They all ate and were satisfied, and the disciples picked up twelve baskets full of broken pieces that were left over. The number of those who ate was about five thousand men, beside women and children

We were setting out as purists: hard, uncompromising and utterly bemused. First released in 1978 on Small Wonder Records, and later re-released on the band's own Crass Records, The Feeding Of The Five Thousand showed Crass as an anti-establishment and highly uncompromising act, and one that would influence countless other bands to follow. The package comprises: CD in digiwallet, 64 page perfect-bound book of lyrics/liner notes/art/photos, miniature recreation of original fold-out poster sleeve, all in a cardboard slip-case. All new artwork from band member Gee Vaucher (aka G Suss) including a recreation of the original poster sleeve.

Band: Crass Album: The feeding of the 5000 Year: 1979 00:00 01 - Crass - Asylum 02:07 02 - Crass - Do they owe us a living. Crass - The Feeding of the 5,000 REMASTERED HD 2K. 7 years ago. here's the first Crass album. Remastered version of "the feeding of the 5000" with high-quality sound 1. Asylum 2. Do They Owe. Crass - The Feeding Of The 5000. I tought it would be nice to upload a HD version of the full album Christ made by Crass. Minor Threat - Complete Discography Full Album (1989).

Tracklist

The Sound Of Free Speech
Do They Owe Us A Living?
End Result
They've Got A Bomb
Punk Is Dead
Reject Of Society
General Bacardi
Banned From The Roxy
G's Song
Fight War, Not Wars
Women
Securicor
Sucks
You Pay
Angels
What A Shame
So What
Well?....Do They?

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WEENY 2, WEENY TWO, 621984 Crass The Feeding Of The Five Thousand ‎(12", Album, EP) Small Wonder Records, Small Wonder Records, Small Wonder Records WEENY 2, WEENY TWO, 621984 UK 1979
WEENY 2, WEENY TWO, 521984 Crass The Feeding Of The Five Thousand ‎(12", EP, RP) Small Wonder Records, Small Wonder Records, Crass Records WEENY 2, WEENY TWO, 521984 UK 1979
621984 Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 (The Second Sitting) ‎(12", RE) Crass Records 621984 UK 1981
621984 Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 (The Second Sitting) ‎(12", RE) Crass Records 621984 UK 1981
621984C Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 ‎(Cass, Album) Crass Records 621984C France 1981
621984C Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Crass Records 621984C UK 1981
621984. CD. Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 ‎(CD, Album, EP) Crass Records 621984. CD. Japan 1995
NNNW 60 Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Nikt Nic Nie Wie NNNW 60 Poland 1997
621984. CD. Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 ‎(CD, Album) Crass Records 621984. CD. Europe 2005
CC01 Crass The Feeding Of The Five Thousand (The Crassical Collection) ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Crass Records CC01 UK 2010
621984 Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 (The Second Sitting) ‎(LP, Album, RE) Crass Records, Southern Records 621984 UK 2011
621984 Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 (The Second Sitting) ‎(LP, Album, RE, Whi) Crass Records 621984 UK 2017
621984 R Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 (The Second Sitting) ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM) Crass Records 621984 R UK 2019
621984 Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 (The Second Sitting) ‎(12", EP, RP) Crass Records 621984 UK Unknown
621984 Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 (The Second Sitting) ‎(12", RE) Crass Records 621984 UK Unknown
621984 Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 (The Second Sitting) ‎(12", RE) Crass Records 621984 UK Unknown
621984 Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 (The Second Sitting) ‎(12", RP) Crass Records 621984 UK Unknown
621984 Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 (The Second Sitting) ‎(12", RP) Crass Records 621984 UK Unknown
621984 Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 (The Second Sitting) ‎(12", RP) Crass Records 621984 UK Unknown
621984 CD Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 ‎(CD, Album) Crass Records 621984 CD Canada Unknown
621984. CD. Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 ‎(CD, Album) Crass Records 621984. CD. Europe Unknown
621984. CD., 621984CD Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 ‎(CD, Album) Crass Records, Crass Records 621984. CD., 621984CD UK & Europe Unknown
621984. CD., 621984CD Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 ‎(CD, Album) Crass Records, Crass Records 621984. CD., 621984CD UK & Europe Unknown
621984. CD. Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 ‎(CD, Album, RE) Crass Records 621984. CD. UK & Europe Unknown
A-313 Crass The Feeding Of The 5000 ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) ALF A-313 Poland Unknown
621984 Crass The Feeding Of The Five Thousand (The Second Sitting) ‎(12", RP, 180) Crass Records 621984 France Unknown
621984 Crass The Feeding Of The Five Thousand ‎(12", RP) Crass Records 621984 France Unknown


  • Lanadrta
This sounds so good, punchy, thick, warm and analog with exceptional clarity for this fierce music.
  • Nawenadet
Matrix/runout Side A : S7 621984-A-2 KR FROM WEENY ACORNS - 23 (the 2 within the 3)Matrix/runout Side B : 2 (rotated) S7 THE MIGHTY A.N.O.K. DOTH GROW. 621984-B- (then 2 scratched out and 1 scribed above) KR
  • Samutilar
Actually I have two first presses and a second press here, and the covers and vinyl are all identical down to the matrix numbers (the matrix numbers are slightly to the right of the label on the second press to where they are on the first press, but that may just vary with the individual copy). Even the origianl inner sleeve reading "uk patent no. 1,125,555." is the same. I think the only difference is the insert. With no evidence from anyone else to the contrary, I am amending the listings now.
  • EROROHALO
"Sleeve with an empty, white spine. Back cover of sleeve is printed upside-down compared to the front cover. "Are these features meant to distinguish the second and first presses, or does the first also have a white spine and upside down back? I have what I am mostly sure is a first press with both these features... If so, we should make this clearer on the discogs page...
  • Granijurus
This version is from 1990. Its heavyweight vinyl. I believe this version was cut at Abbey Road from original 1/4". The matrix's are stamped (621984 A-5-1-1) and the inscriptions are etched(ACORNS etc). It's not a French release,there wasn't such a thing on Crass Records. Everything is a UK release,some pressing and printing was done in France,some in UK. Everything was distributed from England. I think these discs were actually the first pressing,originally pressed at Damont(and not the normal MPO,as had been being used) at the same time as https://www.discogs.com/Crass-Christ-The-Album-Well-Forked-But-Not-Dead/release/8012447 I have had both of these exact pressings since the week they were pressed,and have never been out of the sleeves since that day.(except just now to check the matrix's etc) I literally had nothing better to do!
  • Gaua
HelloI have a white copy but Asylum is included and the lyrics are not cross out with a black line(like the only white version here). should a new version be created?Thanks
  • Fog
This classic 12" has been rereleased by Southern Records in 2017 in white vinyl.
  • Talvinl
gosh darn millennials, said the aging man on his computer looking at expensive records on the internet.
  • Blueshaper
We need bands like this more than ever. Why are millennials such conformist lamers?
  • Unh
Fantastic album (not a 12) I learnt more about politics listening to this album than I did in my entire time at secondary school.
  • Vetalol
I can only reply to the 'is/was this an lp?' - how I have previously have - in '79 we regarded it as a 12" e.p. None of us had heard Crass on radio & I believe we had read a single review ( in Sounds mag I think) ...regarding what you may or may not have learned..by '81 the sight of an audience repeating word for word lyrics at live 'shows' was an indication that for a large part the band had failed .Simply accepting the words & politics (without debate)of a band because you like their sound or look being little different to following a political party due to their uniform..
  • Zieryn
Punk Rock 101. The real deal. Political. Angry for all of the right reasons. I would call this a full length LP, not an EP. Brutally smart, raw, and honest.
  • Foxanayn
Myself & some friends had this on release & we always 'thought' of it as a 12" e.p.- I'm not sure why,though possibly its low price played a part as there were few records like this at the time, the record speed 45 or 33 wouldn't have been the reason as PILs 'Metal Box' from the same year was regarded by us as 'an lp'- not 3 12"s
  • Qus
later reissued with printed innersleeve instead of the insert. and an X was printed over the number 6 of the catalogue number. the record images here are for the 2nd pressing, not the 1st.
  • Blackworm
LOL I guess even anarchists have to keep up with inflation...