NOT IN STOCK
The Rest Is Propaganda
"It was 1977, and Stephen Williams and Jeremy Ratter shared a common thread: their dissatisfaction with the life that society was offering them. Steve had recently been infected with punk rock at a Clash gig and Jeremy had a drum kit. Together, they formed Crass. Over the next 7 years, Crass would stencil its name in indelible paint across the face of British culture. This is not, however, the story of that band. Rather, it is the story of a young boy who grew up on the streets of Dagenham, wearing Tuf shoes and holey jumpers, being railroaded to a life on the factory floor. This is the story of a lad who learned about life on the terraces of Upton Park, in the pubs and clubs of East London, behind the counter of Wallis's supermarket and why he left that all behind. It is the story of how Stephen Williams became Steve Ignorant and what he did after." 344 pages; softbound.