Station Of The Crass is Crass' second album, released in 1979. The album was originally released as a double 12", featuring both studio and live tracks (recorded at The Pied Bull, Islington).
The first 3 sides contain studio material and play at 45 rpm, with the ultimate side featuring the live material, and playing at 33 rpm.
The album's name is a pun on Catholicism, as well as a reference to the graffiti campaign conducted by the band around the London Underground system (the cover depicts a wall at Bond Street that the band "decorated").
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