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The Cramps - My Flash On You / Woodpecker Rock (Vinyl)

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  1. The Cramps were an American punk rock band, formed in and active until The band split after the death of lead singer Lux Interior. Their line-up rotated much over their existence, with the husband and wife duo of Interior and lead guitarist and occasional bass guitarist Poison Ivy the only permanent members. The addition of band members guitarist Bryan Gregory and drummer Pam .
  2. This is a good way to go if you want to track down the first 2 original Cramps 7 inch records. This is The Cramps first 12 inch record containing both 7 inch records with B sides and an extra song to give you a total of 5. It is an EP and typically expensive at that but it would be far more to buy the 7 /5(12).
  3. The Cramps ‎– Rock'n'Roll Monster Bash VINYL LP Eagle Records live show rare. £ THE CRAMPS ~ Songs The Lord Taught Us ~ Original UK track vinyl LP. £ CRAMPS - FLAMEJOB-COLOURED- VINYL LP NEW. £
  4. Not On Label (The Cramps) Profile: This pseudo-label is a holding area for all unofficial releases and bootlegs containing music by The Cramps where no proper or other label/company is discernible.
  5. The Cramps circa ’ falling in love with punk rock’s most psychotic band. Read time. Text by Clara Malley. A lot of the time, you see people shoot rock ‘n’ roll and the singer will be singing, and then the guitarist will start a little solo. The camera should be on that, not on the singer staring into space.
  6. The Cramps: My Flash On You / Woodpecker Rock: SA Not On Label (The Cramps) 7", 45 RPM, Single, Unofficial Release: Spain: The Cramps: Sunglasses After Dark: none: Not On Label (The Cramps) 7", 45 RPM, Unofficial Release, The Cramps: Fetischism: none: Not On Label (The Cramps) LP, Limited Edition, Numbered, Unofficial Release: The Cramps.
  7. Pick Porter's 'The Cramps: A Short History of Rock'n'Roll Psychosis' is basically a regurgitation of every article written about The Cramps. Not to say its bad, its well researched, but not original. Ironically one of the resources he thanks in the acknowledgment is a book 'The Wild Wild World of The Cramps', that Lux and Ivy state is nothing 4/5(6).

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