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The Cramps - Psychedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits album download
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The Cramps - Psychedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits album download

Performer:
The Cramps
Album:
Psychedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits
Style:
Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,American Underground,Garage Punk,Post-Punk,Psychobilly,Rockabilly,Rockabilly Revival
Genre:
Duration:
56:23
MP3 archive size:
1857 mb
FLAC archive size:
1605 mb
Other formats:
DXD WAV MP4 MIDI AAC RA
Rating:
4.4
Votes:
942

Psychedelic Jungle is the second album by the American garage punk band the Cramps. It was released in May 1981 on . It was engineered by Paul McKenna and recorded in January 1981 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 are original compositions, written by guitarist Poison Ivy Rorschach and singer Lux Interior.

Psychedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits. Combining what is arguably the band's finest full-length album with their debut collection of covers, Psychedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits offers up a substantial dose of the Cramps' punk-strained mix of rockabilly music and '50s horror flick aesthetics. Lux Interior's ghoulishly manic vocals, Poison Ivy's treble-heavy guitar distortion, and Knick Knox's tribal beat are all ideally showcased on such Cramps classics as "Goo Goo Muck," "Primitive," "Green Door," and "The Crusher

Artist: The Cramps Title: Psychedelic Jungle & Gravest Hits Year Of Release: 1989 Label: . A&M Records Genre: Psychobilly, Garage Rock, Punk Rock Quality: 320 kbps, FLAC (tracks+. Combining what is arguably the band's finest full-length album with their debut collection of covers, Psychedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits offers up a substantial dose of the Cramps' punk-strained mix of rockabilly music and '50s horror flick aesthetics

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Psychedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits is the studio/Mixtape Album by artist/Rapper/DJ The Cramps, and Album has highlight a Pop, Rock sound. It was released/out on 1989 in English dialect, by some Music Recording Company, as the follow-up to last studio/Mixtape Album. The Album features coordinated efforts with makers, producers and guest artists and is noted for The Cramps experimentation with new melodic types. Psychedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits was generally welcomed by critics and was designated/won distinctive awards. The Cramps – Psychedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits Album Zip Download (13. 9MB) Songs are compressed with best possible compression by keeping maximum quality possible. Each track has same high quality 320kbps CBR format.

Psychedelic Jungle is without a doubt the best Cramps album and combining it with Gravest Hits puts this CD at the top of the musical heap. Entire album is just great but The Crusher and Natives are Restless are 2 of my fav Cramps songs. 5 people found this helpful.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Green Fuz The Cramps 2:06
2 Goo Goo Muck Ronnie Cook / E. James The Cramps 3:05
3 Rockin' Bones A.P. Carter / Jack Rhodes The Cramps 2:48
4 Voodoo Idol Lux Interior / Ivy Rorschach The Cramps 3:38
5 Primitive Groupies / Steve Venet The Cramps 3:32
6 Caveman Lux Interior / Ivy Rorschach The Cramps 3:51
7 The Crusher Bob Nolan The Cramps 1:46
8 Don't Eat Stuff off the Sidewalk Lux Interior / Ivy Rorschach The Cramps 2:02
9 Can't Find My Mind Lux Interior / Ivy Rorschach The Cramps 2:58
10 Jungle Hop Kip Tyler The Cramps 2:04
11 The Natives Are Restless Lux Interior / Ivy Rorschach The Cramps 2:57
12 Under the Wires Lux Interior / Ivy Rorschach The Cramps 2:43
13 Beautiful Gardens Lux Interior / Ivy Rorschach The Cramps 3:56
14 Green Door Bob Davie / Marvin Moore The Cramps 2:35
15 Human Fly Lux Interior / Ivy Rorschach The Cramps 2:13
16 The Way I Walk Jack Scott The Cramps 2:41
17 Domino Sam Phillips The Cramps 3:07
18 Surfin' Bird Al Frazier / Sonny Harris / Carl White / Turner Wilson The Cramps 5:06
19 Lonesome Town Baker Knight The Cramps 3:15
  • "MEANWHILE, BACK IN THE JUNGLE..."THE CRAMPS-PSYCHEDELIC JUNGLE/GRAVEST HITS:High jacking grungy slabs of rockabilly, swamp blooze, psychedelia and ED WOOD for their own immoral purposes, California cretins THE CRAMPS emerged from punk's primordial ooze via their ALEX CHILTON produced EP debut GRAVEST HITS, smartly mated here with the full length nocturnal sleaze-fest PSYCHEDELIC JUNGLE. Berserk ELVIS-meets-ROKY ERICKSON screecher LUX INTERIOR and his saucy guitar goddess spouse POISON IVY were a kitschy made-in-hell tag team, backed by the bombastic jungle rhythms of skin thrasher NICK KNOX on deliciously obscure garage relics GREEN FUZ and GOO GOO MUCK (look 'em up, trash rock fans) and likeminded originals DON'T EAT STUFF OFF THE SIDEWALK and HUMAN FLY. Their irreverent vision, a maggot-infested garbage can overflowing with macabre hijinx and junior high level sex jokes, provided a blueprint for future schlock-meisters from THE B-52'S to SOUTHERN CULTURE ON THE SKIDS. The purely psychotic nugget SURFIN' BIRD may not have been written exclusively for THE CRAMPS to annihilate...but after hearing 'em tear it apart feather by feather, there's little doubt that it should have been.RATING: FOUR ROCKIN' BONES