The Cramps emerged out of the first wave of punk music in the mid ’70s, frequenting clubs such as world-famous CBGB.
Led by husband and wife team Lux Interior and Poison Ivy, this garage “psychobilly” band incorporated a unique flair for coalescing camp, Link Wray-inspired riffs, B-movies and bizarre performances.
In the band’s self-produced sixth studio album, Flamejob, The Cramps return to their punk/rockabilly-esque style, and of course, ratchet up the sexual double entendre.
Mastered for vinyl by Masterdisk
Faithful, updated rendering of original art printed at Stoughton Printing Co.
Limited foil-numbered editions of 1,500 200-gram black vinyl and 1,500 150-gram opaque red vinyl manufactured for pristine sound at Quality Record Pressings
A1 Mean Machine
A2 Ultra Twist
A3 Let's Get Fucked Up
A4 Nest of the Cuckoo Bird
A5 I'm Customized
A6 Sado County Auto Show
A7 Naked Girl Falling Down the Stairs
B1 How Come You Do Me?
B2 Inside Out and Upside Down (With You)
B3 Trapped Love
B4 Swing the Big Eyed Rabbit
B5 Strange Love
B6 Blues Blues Blues
B8 Route 66 (Get Your Kicks On)