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Thread: Worship At The Temple Of... The Cramps! (or the official R!S!P! Cramps Thread)

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    Nice. A band I don't mind double and triple and quadruple dipping on. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Tolch View Post
    Nice. A band I don't mind double and triple and quadruple dipping on. :D
    Yup. For me this will be a quad dip on many of these, but I will gladly do so. I bought vinyl on every record up through RockinnReelininAucklandNewZealand, then the original CDs, then the expanded CDs and now these.

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    Anyone in LA around Halloween might want to take this in...

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    Cramped!

    Co-editor: Kizmiaz Records & Super Loto Editions

    Cramped ! is an illustrated anthology of the many bootleg recordings of the American band "The Cramps" who made their indelible mark on the history of rock and roll over a period of four decades since their inception at the end of the 1970's.
    The book reads like a fan book, on one hand proposing an exhaustive list of pirate recordings of the band (including albums, singles, flexes, picture discs, box sets and even postcards), but also involving the participation of illustrators and comic book authors who have been inspired by the bands output over the years.
    The book itself comes in the form of a 45 vinyl and is accompanied by an album comprising covers of some "Cramps" classics by four bands equally inspired by this legendary group. The collection also includes a "Cramps" family tree, detailing the thirty or so musicians who have passed through their ranks.
    Cramped ! then is not only by the fans for the fans but also essential item for all lovers of authentic rock and roll.

    With the contribution of Winshluss (cover), Moolinex, Imius, Syd Dolby, Nicolas Moog & Matthias Lehmann, Pakito Bolino, Mattt Konture, Oudin Ojjo & Janus Ojjo, Vincent Wagnair, Bingo, Laure Del Pino & Olivier Josso, Romain Marsault (family tree).

    Music by Birds Are Alive, Brat Farrar, King Automatic, Magnetix.
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    Sounds like a slicked up revision of THIS classic zine.

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    And, happy birthday, Lux Interior!

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    Would make an ace tattoo!

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    Years ago, I almost got the bad music skull cover guy as a tattoo. It was gonna be huge.

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    I guess The Cramps sort of made the cover of Rolling Stone.

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