Yes Sir, I Will is comprised of a single track clocking in at forty-three minutes and fifty-three seconds. On the digital release, the album is spilt into seven different tracks. Although this album is available on iTunes and on CD, I recommend listening to it on vinyl for full effect. The vinyl also comes with all lyrics to help you understand what Crass is ranting about. All Crass albums were made for vinyl, and I could not imagine listening to any of them digitally. This album contains their most repulsive work; and in contrast, some of their most melodic. Lead vocals are constantly traded off by the three singers: Steve Ignorant, Eve Libertine, and Joy de Vivre. Covering every subject imaginable, Crass concludes their career. If you dig lyrics, you will dig this album. Instrumentation starts off strong, and shows you a drastic, fresh change in Crass’s sound. Less impromptu could have set this album on (maybe even over) par with most of their previous work. Highly essential to devout Crass fans.