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The Cramps - Songs The Lord Might Have Taught Us download album

  • Performer: The Cramps
  • Album: Songs The Lord Might Have Taught Us
  • FLAC: 1771 mb | MP3: 1315 mb
  • Released: 2004
  • Country: UK & Europe
  • Style: Garage Rock, Punk
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The Cramps - Songs The Lord Might Have Taught Us download album

Songs the Lord Taught Us is the first album by the American psychobilly band The Cramps. It was released in May 1980 on . Records in America and Illegal Records in England. Lux Interior – vocals. Poison Ivy Rorschach – guitar. Bryan Gregory – guitar. Booker C – organ on "Fever". Alex Chilton – producer. John Hampton – engineer. Carl Grasso – art direction. The Cramps – sleeve concept, mixing. David Arnoff – photography.

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The jacket reads "file under: sacred music," but only if one's definition includes the holy love of rockabilly sex-stomp, something which the Cramps fulfill in spades. Having spent Gravest Hits mostly doing revamps of older material, the foursome tackled a slew of originals like "The Mad Daddy" and "TV Set" this time around, creating one of the few neo-rockabilly records worthy of the name. Years later Songs still drips with threat and desire both, testament to both the band's worth and Chilton's just-right production.

The Cramps got away with their Z-movie, zombie-rock schtick because they were so intense in their conviction that it had more value than middlebrow humanist pop. Descending on Memphis to cut their debut album with Big Star legend Alex Chilton, the band served up a thirteen-song punkabilly testament to drive-in anti-culture, replete with garage-band guitars and booming voodoo drums. Versions of "Fever" "Strychnine," and the Johnny Burnette Trio's "Tear It Up" competed with Lux Interior-Poison Ivy originals like ".  . Recommended for anyone who loves the idea that Elvis Presley might have been replaced by Frankenstien's monster, and what that might have been like. In 1979 The Cramps released "Songs the Lord Taught Us" produced by Alex Chilton(Big Star). Songs The Lord Taught Us" is The Cramps at their Best -starting things off right.

Tracking list e i testi dell'album: Songs The Lord Might Have Taught Us Data di pubblicazione: 2004. The Cramps: gli altri album. Live On Stage FM Broadcasts - Club 57, NYC 18th August 1979 Data di pubblicazione: 2004. Legendary FM Broadcasts - The Keystone, Palo Alto, CA 1st February 1979 Data di pubblicazione: 2004.

TV Set. Rock On The Moon. I Was A Teenage Werewolf. Sunglasses After Dark. What's Behind The Mask. Tear It Up. Fever (cover of "Fever" by Little Willie John).

Nom du groupe The Cramps. Nom de l'album Songs the Lord Taught Us. Type Album. Date de parution 1980. Labels IRS Records Illegal Records. Style MusicalPsychobilly. Membres possèdant cet album21. 1. TV Set. 2. Garbageman. 4. 5.

Features Song Lyrics for The Cramps's Songs The Lord Taught Us album. The Cramps - Songs The Lord Taught Us Album Lyrics. Garbageman Lyrics.

Tracklist

A1 Drug Train
A2 Garbage Man
A3 Rock On The Moon
A4 Teenage Werewolf
A5 Sunglasses After Dark
A6 Strychnine
A7 Mad Daddy
B1 Mystery Plane
B2 Zombie Dance
B3 I'm Cramped
B4 What's Behind The Mask
B5 Tear It Up
B6 Fever

Notes

"The white label pressing of 'Songs the lord taught us' had 'drug train' in place of 'TV set' and indeed most of the other tracks are totally different mixes from the actual release. Dt was left off the album because Alex Chilton thought it didn't fit in. The eventual single mix was different.
An initial batch of the US release was shipped in a sleeve with the white label track listing although the actual record inside was the UK release.
The logo and title on that sleeve was printed in white and the rear of the sleeve had a purple tint as opposed to the pinkish UK."

(This album was also released on fluorescent green vinyl with a green cover.)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WEIRD 1 The Cramps Songs The Lord Might Have Taught Us ‎(LP, Unofficial, Gre) Alien Records WEIRD 1 UK & Europe 1998
WEIRD 1 The Cramps Songs The Lord Might Have Taught Us ‎(LP, Unofficial, Red) Alien Records WEIRD 1 Germany 2004
WEIRD 1 The Cramps Songs The Lord Might Have Taught Us ‎(LP, Unofficial, Yel) Alien Records WEIRD 1 Unknown
WEIRD 1 The Cramps Songs The Lord Might Have Taught Us ‎(LP, Unofficial, Gol) Alien Records WEIRD 1 UK 1998
WEIRD 1 The Cramps Songs The Lord Might Have Taught Us ‎(LP, Unofficial, Ora) Alien Records WEIRD 1 Germany 2004


Tantil
The original pressing of this was released in the U.K. on Alien Records in 1998. It had a green sleeve and pressed on bright green, gold or blue vinyl. Limited edition in total of 480 copies. The brown sleeved version was a German copy pressed in 2004.
Venemarr
Also a red vinyl, there were only 42 blue copies.
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