I hold The Cramps personally responsible for my introduction to evil music and I've never forgiven them. They had one of the most iconic sounds in rock and roll. Lux's almost otherwordly vocals and Ivy's razor wire guitar lines are unmistakeable, even as late as their sixth studio album 'Flamejob'. This album, released in 1994, shows The Cramps in fine fettle. This reissue comes with a gorgeous red and yellow swirl coloured vinyl as well as an insert.
Limited Vinyl LP £19.87 MOVLP2444C
180g orange & yellow swirl coloured vinyl reissue LP + insert on Music On Vinyl. Edition of 2000 numbered copies.
- Coloured vinyl
- Limited edition
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