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Yes Sir, I Will

Crass 121984

Released on November 12, 1992

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Michael from Houston, TX 
Nov 26 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is good. Don't let the track listing fool you. Part 4 is definetly the best song on here. This album will have you listening to it till the early hours of the morning. Go ahead and order it. You'll like it.

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Nicky from Mauldin, SC 
Jan 30 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

You prettymuch can't go wrong with Crass.This cd is not the "feeding of the 5000" or "stations".That's for sure.It's much more chaotic.If you consider yourself a punX,this is the Crass album for you.punX love CHAOS!

4 is probably an overstatement though.I'd give it a 3.5 if I could.

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Filippo from Montreal, PQ Canada 
May 14 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great album, Crass is one of my fave bands and this album, although weird when you hear it the first time, grows on you. Its a one track album, but all split in 7 tracks...its hard to explain, but you will see when you buy it. This album rocks, it has all the elements that makes Crass a unique band. So dont be fooled by the one track, it has 7 excellent tracks including one where they play just the piano.

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Brandon from San Diego, CA 
Mar 25 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Let me start off by saying that I am one of the most avid Crass supporters you will if ever meet; from the first time I heard “Bloody Revolutions” and “Do The Owe Us a Living?” I knew that this band was the real deal and that they were an amazing act. What I’ve learned since however is that they were one of the first (if not the first) bands to firmly believe in what they preached and were meaningful in everything they did, which is a far cry from most so called ‘punk’ acts today.

This record is unlike most recordings by bands of any genre; it is intended to be listened to on vinyl with two separate but continuous tracks, one on each side, both untitled; the CD version is split up into seven untitled tracks. The best way for me to emulate how this album sounds is in the words of Penny Rimbaud (the drummer of Crass who wrote most of the album, extracting many of the lyrics from his poem ‘Rocky Eyed‘): “ I accept that ‘Yes Sir, I Will,’ is truly one of the most unlistenable records ever made…” The importance of the album however, lies within the content and message sent. As Steve Ignorant (one of the main vocalists of the group) said, “I didn’t like ‘Yes Sir, I Will’ at all, although I liked what it was saying.” This album was written as a protest and attack album against the then prime minister (referred to by Crass in their hit ‘Big A, Little a’ as “Prime Sinister”) Margaret Thatcher and her administration’s involvement and part in the Falklands War.

Whether you think the music on the album is good or listenable or not (I personally think that it is a decent sounding record, especially ‘tracks’ 2 and 4, the former incorporating a wonderful piano and stings section provided by Paul Ellis, and the latter sounding rather parallel of earlier recordings ‘Feeding of the 5000’ and ‘Stations of the Crass’ with Steve [Ignorant] pounding out the same raunchy and original voice that was one of the reasons the band became so popular off their first two releases). Anyways… whether you think the music on the album is good or listenable or not there is no denying the message and point that was meant to be put across. I don’t want to spend a bunch of time writing out the lyrics or anything because I really encourage people who are true fans of this band to go out and buy this album, and I recommend you do it on vinyl because, as the liner notes written by anonymous members of Crass on ‘Christ- the Bootleg’ states, “For the lyrics to the songs featured you are strongly encouraged to seek out the original recordings that they appeared on. These are available on both vinyl and CD format. However, we suggest the vinyl format as they are far more artistically beautiful and aesthetically beautiful, appearing as they were originally released and intended.”

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Nicky from Redding, CA 
Jul 22 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fuck this was a good album. It's a shame that this was their last album, but at least they went out with a bang. It's a good album, but if you are just getting into the crass, I would get Penis Envy.

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Stephen from Kenosha, WI 
Feb 3 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Okay, the CD with only 1 song (but split into 7 tracks). I liked this better than Christ the Album. Personally they should of just have just 1 track for the CD version. This has some very good piano music and since there aren't any actual songs, the singers won't say Yes sir, I will in it. like how songs are, which they would have lyrics, then the Chorus (including saying the name of the song) and so forth, this album doesn't do that. I think for the newbies, get this, but not right away. get the albums in this order

Best Before 1984 Feeding of the 5000 Stations of the Crass Penis Envy Christ the Album Yes Sir I will 10 note on a summer day (not on this site as the people who run this site tend not to put that album on here)

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Ryan from Celina, OH 
Dec 26 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd doesnt have more than one official "track" but it is seperated into parts where the sound changes. You hear every sound from Crass you can imagine on here. "Track 2" is very soft piano music, almost church choir sounding, the clash just makes it that much more great. This is definately one of the most interesting releases by Crass, probably only beat by 10 Notes on a Summer's Day.

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