CRASS - The Crass logo represented an amalgamation of several "icons of authority," including the Christian Cross, the swastika, and the Union Flag, combined with a two-headed Ouroboros to symbolise the idea that power will eventually destroy itself.

Crass illustration by Ian Wright

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Documentary about anarchist punk band Crass - Boing Boing

such a  great punk band...crass

CRASS Jesus died for his own sins, not mine

Steve Ignorant of Crass

Steve Ignorant of Crass (i remember my friends going by names like this, and one…

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Crass - Bloody Revolutions (With Lyrics)

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CRASS

It's CRASS and it's awesome. God what a great band!

It's CRASS and it's awesome.

Crass!

A nice Image gallery of Crass

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Steve Ignorant of Crass, 1981

Crass Records with Nick Blinko's Awesome Artwork!

Crass Records with Nick Blinko's Awesome Artwork

Crass - anarcho-punk band from Essex, England

Legends of Punk!

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Images for Crass / Poison Girls - Bloody Revolutions / Persons Unknown

The Postpunk Legacy of Crass Records | Souciant

The Postpunk Legacy of Crass Records

Steve Ignorant of Crass

Steve Ignorant of Crass

Crass Stations of the Crass - one of the best albums ever

Crass- Stations of the Cross (full Album) 1979

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