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The first album was Feeding of the 5000 that was released in a limited edition of 5000. On this 12 "were eighteen tracks. The opening track Reality Asylum was denied by the record company. Crass removed the number thereupon from the plate and replaced by two minutes of silence under the title The Sound of Free Speech. Crass then started their own label, on which the LP was released with the original number still Reality Asylum.
- Penny Rimbaud (drums, radio)
- Eve Libertine (vocals)
- Joy De Vivre (vocals)
- N.A. Palmer (guitar)
- Pete Wright (bass guitar)
- Phil Free (guitar)
- Gee Vaucher (artwork & tapes)
- Mick Duffield (movies)
(All released on the Crass label unless otherwise indicated.)
- The Feeding of the 5000 (12 "EP, 1978, originally released on Small Wonder Records)
- Reality Asylum (7 ", 1978)
- Stations of the Crass (LP, 1979)
- The Feeding of the 5000 (Second Sitting) Small Wonder (1980, reissue of the 1978 release now on Crass Records, with the missing track Reality Asylum)
- Penis Envy (LP, 1981)
- Christ the Album/Well Forked-But not dead (double-LP, 1982)
- Yes Sir, I Will (LP, 1983)
- Ten Notes on a summer's Day (12 "EP, 1986)
- Best Before 1984 (compilation-LP, 1986)
- Christ: The Bootleg (live recording of a concert in Nottingham, 1984, released in 1989 on Allied Records)
- Christ: The Movie (some short films by Mick Duffield that Crass to see performances were, on VHS released in 1990)