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Dirt: Black and WhiteBlack and White (2000)
Reviewer Rating: 1
Contributed by: feeeding5000feeeding5000
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Dirt. That’s pretty much what this is. Black and White is a collection of every song recorded by this early-`80s British crust band. There isn’t really much great about this band. Basically, I had to send $9.00 to Profane Existence for two CDs of really, really, really bad Crass with a screechy female singer. The first disc starts out sounding just like Crass, minus the musical talent of Penny Rimbaud and Pete Wright. Dirt also has a “slogan,” revealed on the track “Democracy.” Rather than the insightful and memorable Crass slogan, “Fight War, Not Wars,” Dirt has “Object Refuse Reject Abuse,” which makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.
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