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    Flamejob

    Flamejob is the eleventh album by the American garage punk band The Cramps. It was released on Creation Records. It was recorded and mixed at the engineer Earle Mankey's Psychedelic Shack in Thousand Oaks, California. It was self-produced by Poison Ivy and Lux Interior. A UK only reissue in 2003 contained two versions of "Ultra Twist!" The cover photography was by Lux Interior. All songs written and composed by Lux Interior and Poison Ivy Rorschach; except where indicated.
    7.29
    7 votes
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    Fiends of Dope Island

    Fiends of Dope Island is the thirteenth and final album by the American garage punk band The Cramps. The Cramps resurrected their own record label Vengeance Records to release the album. It was recorded in Hollywood, CA in August 2002. It was self-produced by Poison Ivy and Lux Interior. The album takes its title from a 1959 film. All songs written and composed by Lux Interior and Ivy Rorschach; except where indicated.
    8.50
    4 votes
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    Off the Bone

    ...Off the Bone is the first compilation of previously released material by American garage punk band The Cramps. It was released in 1983 in the United Kingdom on Illegal Records. The original release featured an Anaglyph on the cover and a pair of paper red and blue "3D glasses" inside the sleeve for viewing it. Sounds magazine, the now defunct British music weekly gave the album a 5-star review, calling it Sounds magazine, the now defunct British music weekly gave the album a 5-star review, calling it ...a hell-fire cocktail of gutter riffing and chattering Rockabilly voodoo strum into which is dropped an electric sugar cube of psychedelic power[1] All songs written and composed by Lux Interior and Poison Ivy Rorschach, except where noted.
    6.40
    5 votes
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    Gravest Hits

    Gravest Hits is the debut 12" EP by the American garage punk band The Cramps. It was released in July 1979 on Illegal Records and I.R.S. Records. It was produced by Alex Chilton and recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis in 1977. It featured liner notes by "Dr. J.H. Sasfy, Professor of Rockology, American Rock'n'Roll Institute, Washington D.C., U.S.A." It is one of first documents of the rockabilly revival genre, and the psychobilly genre. The photograph on the back of the original sleeve of the band in performance was taken at New York's Palladium theatre. “Human Fly” appeared in episode 4 of the UK ITV comedy drama series “Married Single Other” as Clint scaled four floors of a block of flats in Leeds to try to recover his relationship with Abbie. A cover version of the song by Hanni El Khatib also appeared in a Nissan television advertisement. Yet another cover version of "Human Fly" was recorded by the Serbian alternative rock band Supernaut on their 2006 album Eli.
    7.50
    4 votes
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    5.60
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    Look Mom No Head!

    Look Mom No Head! is the tenth album by the American garage punk band The Cramps. It was released on Restless/Enigma Records, and licensed to Ace Records under Big Beat in the UK. It was recorded and mixed by Steve McMillan at Ocean Way, Hollywood between June 21-July 14, 1991. It was self-produced by Poison Ivy. Iggy Pop guested on the track "Miniskirt Blues". The Cramps re-released the album on their own Vengeance Records in 2001 containing the bonus tracks "Wilder Wilder Faster Faster" and "Jelly Roll Rock". All songs written and composed by Lux Interior and Poison Ivy Rorschach; except where indicated.
    8.33
    3 votes
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    Songs the Lord Taught Us

    Songs the Lord Taught Us is the debut studio album by the American garage punk band The Cramps. It was released in 1980 on Illegal Records. All songs written and composed by Lux Interior and Ivy Rorschach; except where indicated.
    8.00
    3 votes
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    How to Make a Monster

    How To Make A Monster is the third compilation by the American garage punk band The Cramps. Comprising rare, previously-unreleased tracks, the release is a 2-CD set that includes a 28-page book with extensive liner notes by Lux Interior and Poison Ivy, as well as rare and unseen photos and flyers from their personal collection. Disc 1 contains 1976 rehearsal material, some 1982 studio demos with Terry Graham of the Gun Club on drums, and several other unreleased studio recordings. Disc 2 contains two historic live performances of relatively poor recording quality, both from very early in their career: One at Max's Kansas City and the other at CBGB's. All songs by Lux Interior and Poison Ivy Rorschach, except where otherwise noted Summer — 1976 October 1976 1981 Rehearsal 1982 A Studio 1988 Rehearsal 1988 Home Demo Live at Max's Kansas City, 1/14/77 Live At CBGBs 1/13/78
    5.50
    4 votes
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    Psychedelic Jungle

    Psychedelic Jungle! is the second LP by the American garage punk band The Cramps. It was released on IRS Records. It was engineered by Paul McKenna and recorded at in January 1981 at A Studios. It was self-produced by The Cramps. The back photo on the cover of the album was taken by noted photographer and director Anton Corbijn. All songs written and composed by Lux Interior and Poison Ivy Rorschach; except where indicated.
    6.33
    3 votes
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    The Secret Life of the Cramps

    The Secret Life of the Cramps is the fourteenth album by the American garage punk band The Cramps. It is a compilation of B-sides and non-album tracks released for the Australian market.
    8.00
    2 votes
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    Smell of Female

    Smell of Female is the first live album by the American garage punk band The Cramps. It was recorded at The Peppermint Lounge on February 25–26, 1983 and released on I.R.S. Records the same year. The album was also released as a 3 7-inch box set All songs written and composed by Lux Interior and Poison Ivy Rorschach except where indicated.
    6.00
    3 votes
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    Bad Music for Bad People

    Bad Music for Bad People is the second compilation of previously released material by the American garage punk band The Cramps. It was released on I.R.S. Records and was seen by most fans as a cynical cash-in by the record label following the departure of the band. Sounds magazine, the now defunct UK music paper, whilst giving the album a five star review said "Miles Copeland's IRS label pick the carrion of their former label mates even cleaner by releasing a watered down version of the ...Off the Bone singles collection that was released in the UK...The music's still great even if the scheming behind Bad Music for Bad People stinks of decay and corruption" All tracks composed by Lux Interior and Poison Ivy Rorschach; except where indicated
    5.67
    3 votes
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    Stay Sick!

    Stay Sick! is the ninth album by the American garage punk band The Cramps. It was released on Enigma Records. It was engineered by Steve McMillan and recorded at Music Finder, Hollywood California. It was self-produced by Poison Ivy. The Cramps re-released the album on their own Vengeance Records in 2001 containing the bonus tracks "Bikini Girls With Machine Guns" (live), "Beat Out My Love," "Jailhouse Rock" and "Jackyard Backoff." 'Bikini Girls With Machine Guns' became the band's only UK Top 40 single, reaching #35 in 1989. All songs written and composed by Lux Interior and Ivy Rorschach; except where indicated.
    5.67
    3 votes
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    5.33
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    7.00
    2 votes
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    A Date With Elvis

    A Date with Elvis is the seventh album by the American garage punk band The Cramps. It was released on Big Beat Records. It was recorded in the fall of 1985 and engineered by Steve McMillan and Mark Ettel at Ocean Way Studios Hollywood, CA. The Cramps reissued the album on their own Vengeance Records in 2001 with the bonus tracks "Blue Moon Baby" "Georgia Lee Brown" "Give Me A Woman" and "Get off the Road" The album was dedicated to Ricky Nelson, who had a hit with the song "Lonesome Town", which was also covered by The Cramps and is available on their first EP Gravest Hits and compilation album ...Off the Bone. All songs written and composed by Lux Interior and Poison Ivy Rorschach, except where noted.
    6.00
    2 votes
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    7.00
    1 votes
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    Rockin n Reelin in Auckland New Zealand

    Rockin n Reelin in Auckland New Zealand XXX is the eighth album and second live album by the American garage punk band The Cramps. It was released on The Cramps own Vengeance Records. It was mixed by Greg Heiter and recorded live on August 30 1986 at the Galaxy in Auckland, New Zealand. It was reissued in 2001 with the bonus tracks "Blue Moon Baby" "Georgia Lee Brown" and "Lonesome Town" All tracks composed by Lux Interior and Ivy Rorschach; except where indicated
    5.00
    2 votes
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    Big Beat From Badsville

    Big Beat from Badsville is the twelfth album by the American garage punk band The Cramps. It was released on Epitaph Records. It was recorded and mixed at the engineer Earle Mankey's house in Thousand Oaks, California in May 1997. It was self-produced by Poison Ivy and Lux Interior. The Cramps reissued the album on their own record label Vengeance Records in 2001 with 4 bonus tracks: "Confessions of a Psycho Cat," "No Club Lone Wolf," "I Walked All Night," and "Peter Gunn." All songs written and composed by Lux Interior and Poison Ivy Rorschach.
    5.00
    1 votes
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