Search Results for:

THE CRAMPS

The Cramps

Real Men's Guts Versus The Smell Of Female Vol. 2

    Live at the Peppermint Lounge, New York City on Saturday, 26 February 1983.

    Full show from the second night of the legendary "Smell Of Female" recordings.

    The Cramps / Stingrays

    Fuckedupandsteamininportsmouthgreatbritain

      Recorded live in Portshmouth in 1986 during the 'A Date With Elvis Tour' - one incendiary show with the Stingrays, one side each.

      A must have for any psychobilly freak out there.

      Limited to 500 copies.

      Various Artists

      Ambience: 63 Nuggets From The Cramps' Record Vault

        A double CD exhumed from Lux And Ivy’s record collection. Featuring 63 tunes that scared the neighbours. Including wild doo-wop, insane instrumentals, novelty laughter, loungecore weirdness, jiggling fools, wolf men, Tarzan, accordions and enough raucous rockabilly to scare a horse. No hit wonders that fetch maximum dollars in their original vinyl incarnation gathered in one place where the house party never stopped and Elvis never died. Selected from The Cramps’ gargantuan record collection, radio shows and interviews over the years, it’s a hi-octane romp through the best in obscure and “magnificent” wax from the greatest period of American music. From a time when vinyl was gold! Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine’s Dave Henderson.

        A double CD that’s long gone in the world of incredibly strange music. Featuring 62 wild and way out tracks, the third collection of tunes, its predecessors having been acclaimed and spun all over 6Music and raved about from Shindig! to Vive Le Rock and Louder Than Bombs. Including wild instrumentals, deranged doo-wop, raucous rockabilly, primal rock ‘n’ roll, space-age weirdness, jungle grooves, new dance trends and some of the oddest 45s ever. Festooned with rare cuts, mono-syllabic rants, anthemic, echoey guitars, rip-‘em-up generation terrorists, prison laments, nonsensical surrealism and a story about a guy who’s just a heel. Selected from Lux and Ivy’s gargantuan record collection, radio shows and interviews over the years, it’s a hi-octane romp through the best in obscure and “magnificent” wax from the greatest period of American music. Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine’s Dave Henderson. 

        From cool instrumentals and rockabilly weirdness through to the wild, the incensed and the insensitive. New trance crazes, devil worship, all the usual stuff with screams and hollering as needed. For the esoteric-minded and the exotica-consumed, with added jungle noises, death-defying car chases, teen torment and a host of dazed and confused lunatics in tow. Rampant with scuzzy garage riffs, overflowing with deranged plans for the betterment of the mundane. Spoken in post war parlez, punctuated with irate ideas and parent-bashing conceptualism. Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine’s Dave Henderson.

        Various Artists

        The Incredibly Strange Music Box - 60 Songs From The Cramps' Crazy Collection

        A veritable cornucopia of 60 tunes as spun by Lux Interior on his radio shows or lurking within his and Poison Ivy’s collection.

        From cool instrumentals and rockabilly weirdness through to female rock ‘n’ rollers, devotees of voodoo and all round devil worship and purveyors of the newest dance trends.

        With more than a hint of esoteric exotica, with added jungle sound effects, tributes to Tarzan, dragsters and rabbits and a host of dazed and confused survivors to boot.

        Rampant with riffs, overflowing with deranged ideas and sullen sideswipes on the soap opera of life.

        Complete with hip jive from ‘Ginchy’ to ‘Gumbo’, an aural extravaganza that’s relentlessly groovy!

        Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine’s Dave Henderson. 


        The Cramps

        Smell Of Female

          The first post-IRS Records outing from the Cramps is seriously live from the Legendary Peppermint Lounge and shows the band to be in fine fettle, full flight and fantastic.

          The Cramps

          Big Beat From Badsville

            As the Cramps approached their 20th anniversary, they showed no signs of changing their signature kitschy psychobilly style. 'Big Beat From Badsville' is a collection of campy songs about sex, horror, violence, leather and perversion - well what else did you expect?! Sonically, it's slightly rawer than it's predecessor, Flamejob, and the group's performances are as inspired here as they are on any of their other '90s albums.

            FORMAT INFORMATION

            LP Info: White vinyl!


            Latest Pre-Sales

            136 NEW ITEMS

            Can confirm that this is a great record housed in a great sleeve 🙌 https://t.co/8Oh9TEafby
            Mon 21st - 5:36
            💙 be quick people 🙌 https://t.co/nMeS1x3cfQ
            Mon 21st - 5:26
            💫 COMPETITION 💫 @idlesband are back with their latest album ‘Ultra Mono’ out Friday. Pre-order now to be in with a… https://t.co/CyweDMt0KV
            Mon 21st - 3:20
            Happy Monday everyone ☀️ We’re OPEN as usual today 12 - 5 for browsing, purchasing and ‘click n collect’ orders. Se… https://t.co/MkhZyXFNDz
            Mon 21st - 11:10
            Glad you could make it in and well done on getting that one ⚡️ https://t.co/ozuMIqLa2y
            Sun 20th - 9:22
            E-newsletter —
            Sign up
            Back to top