As part of a series of short features recalling ’50 key events in the history of indie music’ The Guardian (14 June 2011) recalls Crass’s 1982 anti-Falklands War flexi-disc.

Recorded during the Falklands war in May, flexidiscs of How Does it Feel to Be the Mother of 1,000 Dead? were smuggled, guerrilla-style, into random albums by distributors Rough Trade. It sailed out under its own steam in November, replacing Robert Wyatt’s Falklands-themed Shipbuilding at the top of the independent chart.