Domino - The Cramps - Psychedelic Jungle / Gravest Hits (CD)

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Label: I.R.S. Records - CD 70058,I.R.S. Records - 44797 0058 2 • Format: CD Compilation, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Psychobilly


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8 thoughts on “ Domino - The Cramps - Psychedelic Jungle / Gravest Hits (CD)

  1. Tracks are from the Psychedelic Jungle LP, originally released in Tracks are from the Gravest Hits EP, originally released in Barcode and Other Identifiers/5(79).
  2. Tracks are from Psychedelic Jungle, originally released in Recorded Jan. A&M Studios. Tracks are from Gravest Hits, originally released in Recorded at Ardent Studios, Memphis, TN, October, Cat. no. 'CD ' appears on the /5(4).
  3. Gravest Hits is the first 12" EP by the American garage punk band the Cramps, compiling both sides of their first two Vengeance singles, "Surfin' Bird" and "Human Fly", with an added fifth track, a cover version of "Lonesome Town". It was released in July on Illegal Records and I.R.S. Garage punk, psychobilly.
  4. Adding to the riches from Psychedelic Jungle, the five-song EP, Gravest Hits, features inimitable versions of the Trashmen's "Surfin' Bird," Roy Orbison's early rockabilly side "Domino," and the Ricky Nelson hit "Lonesome Town." With quality roundups hard to come by, Cramps fans would do well to pick this two-fer of the band's prime early $
  5. Psychedelic Jungle is the second album by the American garage punk band the Cramps. It was released in May on I.R.S. Records. It was engineered by Paul McKenna and recorded in January at A&M Studios. It was self-produced by the Cramps. The photo on the back cover of the album was taken by the noted photographer and director Anton Corbijn. Only half of the album's 14 tracks Genre: Garage punk, psychobilly.
  6. Aug 15,  · The "Psychadelic Jungle" album was recorded in the early 80's and as a gift to those who buy this album the EP "Gravest Hits" () is presented on this CD as well. The production is nonexistent, the band is chaotic, the lyrics are nonsensical, /5(86).
  7. Here, Kid Congo Powers and Ivy form just as fine a team as she and Gregory did on earlier releases, and if things aren't always as flat-out fried as on Gravest Hits and Songs, the same atmosphere of swampy, trashy, rockabilly-into-voodoo ramalama reigns song titles alone show the band hasn't really changed its sights any: the opening two cuts are covers, "Green Fuz" and "Goo Goo.
  8. Here we come, we're coming fast All the others are in the past Jump to your feet, let us catch your eye We're the green fuz We're not too fast, we're not too slow Come along baby to see where we go Jump to your feet, let us catch your eye We're the green fuz We're coming.

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