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The Cramps – File Under Sacred Music [Early Singles 1978-1981] [2001]

Posted in 2001, EEUU, Garage, Punk, Raw, Rock, R`n`R, The Cramps with tags , , , , , on 1 noviembre 2017 by wirtis

Cramps - File Under Sacred Music [Early Singles 1978-1981] [2001]Hello you losers, here i come again, this time with the fucking kings of garaje rock: The Cramps! Yes, you fucking losers, clap your hands, light your joins and move your ass at the rhythm of fucking rock dirty roll.

Ok my friends, here we have spend a fucking ugly time with fucking neoliberalism. Yes, they have take the control of country and they are doing everything for do business man thing better in the way of they can exploit worker men. So, a fucking shit.

But I’m absolutely convince that resistance it`s from art. Literature and music are my way. So here I`m once more, fighting this Argentina of selfish people, sharing with you, my lovely friends, this beautiful record. So, here I let you this master piece, there are the singles from The Cramps, all of them compilation in one record: The Cramps.

Enjoy it. And Embrace freedom and the power of equality because that’s the only way to be happy. See you brothers.

The Cramps – Flamejob (1994)

Posted in 1994, Blues, EEUU, Garage, Psicobilly, Punk, R&B, Raw, Rock, Rockabilly, Surf, The Cramps with tags , , , , , , , , , on 27 enero 2014 by wirtis

Good night brothers. Today i bring you something classic, something you have to know if you are a really rock and roll fan. Yes, you sucker, today I bring you The Cramps ¿Have you listen this band, boy?

ImagenOk, I’ll tell you a little about The Cramps. The history began in 1972, in Sacramento (California) when Poison Ivy (Kristy Wallace) meets Lux Interior (Erick Purkhiser). They were two kids fascinated by obscure 50 noise rock and roll and free mind theory’s. So they found their selves in University, in “Art and shamanism” business.

Early they were playing and sharing music. Poison Ivy began to play guitar and Lux Interior to sing. From the beginning they were different to any other band, because they sound dirty and raw, always imitating old band sounds. In fact, brother, you can even imagine garage revival or psycobilly without The Cramps. So important is their function in rock and roll history. Of course, in underground history, but that`s why The Cramps are here and never is going be here shit like Tan Biónica ¿Right?

Well, is not my intention to make a long declaration of knowledge here, no brother. My intention is explain   to you what is what I’m sharing and what is it part in music. This record, Flamejob is the first (and I’m not pretty sure but I thing is the only too) album made for a multinational company: Warner. Yes, so high they arrive but, like always, their sound was so nasty, so god dam dirty that company fired them. So they send Warner to hell and made their own studio. There, they recorded a few disc more.

In 2009 Lux Interior passes away at the age of 62. The rest is history. So here I let you this one, a very, very good album, full of raw and dirty music. Enjoy Flamejob by The Cramps. And enjoy Andre Willians too.

 

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