The Feeding of the 5000: The Second Sitting

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Annotation

Second Sitting subtitle is back on the artwork.
"as it was in the beginning" in place of the old "pay no more than £x.00" text on the right hand side.

Annotation last modified on 2021-09-29 14:28 UTC.

Tracklist

Digital Media 1
#TitleRatingLength
1Asylum
lead vocals:
Eve Libertine
recording of:
Reality Asylum
lyricist:
Penny Rimbaud
2:07
2Do They Owe Us a Living?
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
Do They Owe Us a Living? (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Steve Ignorant
composer:
Crass
1:24
3End Result
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
End Result (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Steve Ignorant
composer:
Crass
2:04
4They’ve Got a Bomb
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
They've Got a Bomb (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Pete Wright (member of Crass)
composer:
Crass
partial cover recording of:
4′33″
composer:
John Cage (American composer) (in 1952)
3:48
5Punk Is Dead
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
Punk Is Dead (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Penny Rimbaud
composer:
Crass
1:48
6Reject of Society
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
Reject of Society (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Steve Ignorant
composer:
Crass
1:07
7General Bacardi
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
General Bacardi (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Penny Rimbaud
writer and composer:
Crass
1:01
8Banned From the Roxy
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
Banned From the Roxy (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist and composer:
Penny Rimbaud
52:14
9G’s Song
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
G's Song (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
G Sus (visual artist)
composer:
Crass
0:36
10Fight War, Not Wars
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
Fight War, Not Wars (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist and composer:
Penny Rimbaud
0:42
11Women
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar] and background vocals:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Virginia Creeper (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
Women (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Joy De Vivre
composer:
Crass
1:15
12Securicor
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar and lead vocals:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
Securicor (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Pete Wright (member of Crass)
composer:
Crass
2:28
13Sucks
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar and lead vocals:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
Sucks (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Pete Wright (member of Crass)
composer:
Crass
1:39
14You Pay
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar and lead vocals:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
You Pay (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Pete Wright (member of Crass)
composer:
Crass
1:44
15Angels
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
Angels (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Penny Rimbaud
composer:
Crass
2:09
16What a Shame
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
What a Shame (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Pete Wright (member of Crass)
composer:
Crass
1:11
17So What
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
So What (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Steve Ignorant
composer:
Crass
3:05
18Well? ... Do They?
engineer:
John Loder
producer:
Crass
drums (drum set) and other instruments [radio]:
Penny Rimbaud (on 1978-10-29)
electric bass guitar:
Pete Wright (member of Crass) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
background vocals:
Phil Free (member of punk rock band “Crass”) (on 1978-10-29) and N.A. Palmer (on 1978-10-29)
lead vocals:
Steve Ignorant (on 1978-10-29)
recorded at:
Southern Studios in Wood Green, Haringey, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-29)
recording of:
Do They Owe Us a Living? (on 1978-10-29)
lyricist:
Steve Ignorant
composer:
Crass
1:34