"You do it, we'll stew it. Mix it backwards, forwards, and upside down. Turn up the heat and fix it with a downbeat, bring in the trumpets and let 'em blow, let the piper call the tune to let us all know, it's up to you to do what you like with it. The only limitation is your imagination." These were the instructions given to their fans when punk icons Crass made stems to their seminal 1978 debut album, 'The Feeding of the Five Thousand', available last year. Now here are the results. Hailed on original release for elements that would go on to define grime, hip hop and broken beat, it's no surprise that these two disco punk reworkings sound so fresh today. 'Bomb (rLr Remix) goes straight for the jugular, in a pared back-to-basics way, guaranteeing sweat and movement, while Glasser's version of 'Do They?' isn't letting anyone down, either. Timeless stuff, made timely.
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