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By Dick Porter

Lux inside (Erick Purkhiser) and Poison Ivy Rorschach (Kristy Wallace) shaped The Cramps within the past due Seventies. They fast received acclaim, notoriety, and hitmaker prestige for campy, attractive studio LPs like Songs the Lord Taught Us and Gravest Hits, in addition to for his or her mythical, over-the-top live shows that dropped at brain circus freak exhibits. This illustrated ebook with specific interviews provides an in depth exam of The Cramps' unusual and negative trip from sleazy, theatrical inventors of a mutant fusion of punk, storage rock, psychobilly, and rock 'n' roll to real cult icons with dedicated fan bases round the globe.

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