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“Yes Sir, I Will” is released by Crass in 1983 The title of the record is ironic, taken from a news cutting reporting a conversation said to have taken place between Charles, Prince of Wales and a badly burned soldier (Simon Weston) who had returned from the Falklands; “Get well soon,” the Prince said. And the soldier replied “Yes sir, I will”.

All tracks are untitled on the original CD: “Yes Sir, I Will” – 5:30 “Yes Sir, I Will… read more



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  • Avatar for dada_squad
    im a fuckin weirdo who likes this album a lot
  • Avatar for tsintskaro
    True, but for the most part the lyrics are indecipherable without a lyric sheet.
  • Avatar for coleheideman
    The lyrics aren't bad though the lyrics are some of their better work I think.
  • Avatar for tsintskaro
    It's not a good album, and don't kid yourself with the whole "I get avant garde music and art" spiel because that is just conceited rubbish. If you had read the chapter on the album in George Berger's book then you would have also read the quotes from members of the band who said that they were burnt out and at a creative dead-end when they made it, avant garde does not come into it. It's a big ugly frustrating confused mess of a record, by a band who were frustrated, confused and in a mess. That's not trashing it, that's accepting it for what it is.
  • Avatar for Beatnik24
    George Berger is an asshole for calling this album garbage in THE STORY OF CRASS. If you don't get avant-garde music or art, then don't trash it, just say that it isn't for you and move along.
  • Avatar for bcullimore
    xjasonleebyasx is a poser cunt.
  • Avatar for xjasonleebyasx
    This album is so horrible.
  • Avatar for glam_racket
    File under 'easy listening' ha!
  • Avatar for JohnLithium
    Except when I bought the CD a few months ago, it was more like eight untitled tracks...
  • Avatar for punkasphuck86
    i like

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