FLUX OF THE PINK INDIANS - STRIVE TO SURVIVE CAUSING LEAST SUFFERING POSSIBLE Vinyl 2xLP
The double vinyl pressing includes the re-mastered album and the band’s original demos. The 3CD package adds bonus track ‘Tube Disaster’ – the band’s infamous debut single – and a live set from Shepherd’s Bush Empire in November 2007, when the band reformed for a one-off show supporting ex-Crass singer Steve Ignorant’s ‘Feeding Of The 5000’ show.
CD package includes:
CD1 – Strive + Neu Smell
CD2 – Strive Demos
CD3 – Live at Shepherds Bush
Vinyl package includes:
LP1 – Strive
LP2 – Strive Demos
Download code for all tracks on the CD package not included with the vinyl.
Formed in 1981, Flux – as they later became known – were contemporaries of Crass and synonymous with the strict vegan, anti-capitalist, anti-Thatcher, anarcho-punk scene of the time. The Strive line-up comprised Colin Latter (vocals), Derek Birkett (bass guitar), Kevin Hunter (guitars), and Martin Wilson (drums). Birkett later went on to form the One Little Indian label.