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Crass and Poison Girls


On this date in 1980, Crass and Poison Girls released a combined single. The A side had "Bloody Revolutions" by Crass. It was backed by "Persons Unknown" by Poison Girls. That's right...two bands for the price of one record. The single went to the #1 spot on the U.K. indie singles chart. Crass, the Essex, England punk band, disbanded in 1984. Poison Girls were a Brighton, England punk band fronted by female singer Vi Subversa but was not an all-girl band, despite their name. They disbanded in 1989.

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