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Maggie St.Thomas Jul 14
Come on baby it’s The Cramps style!!! Flashback to a hot summer California day like today when I was onstage with Lux & Ivy of The Cramps in 1998. Insane to think this was 21 years ago. ✨🖤✨
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Out Of The Blue, Into The Black Feb 3
(62) singer and founding member of died of a heart condition in 2009.
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Ace Records Feb 21
Belated birthday greetings to Poison Ivy for yesterday. Here's some rare pics taken in Beverly Hills with Lux Interior 😎
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History Of Punk Apr 5
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Art Gallery Feb 4
REMEMBERING Lux Interior on the tenth anniversary of his passing - a man like no other
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Lorraine Blake Jun 11
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welcometorock Jan 3
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David Hobbs Feb 5
Playing The Cramps tonight only to discover it was 10 years yesterday since this man died. Elvis F... Christ indeed!
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History Of Punk Apr 30
'Songs The Lord Taught Us' is the first album by the American garage punk band the Cramps. It was released in May 1980 on I.R.S. Records in America and Illegal Records in England
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Armando Munoz May 19
Newly acquired art from Jesse Ledina (AndrogynArt). Psycho from “The Master of Suspense” collection and Poison Ivy and Lux Interior from The Cramps. Such beautiful darkness!
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Graham Russell Feb 3
Today marks the tenth anniversary of the death of truly feral, foaming-at-the-mouth frontman of punkabilly legends , (21 October 1946 – 4 February 2009). Seen here onstage in Paris in 1984.
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welcometorock May 7
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History Of Punk May 29
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R.P.M. NEWS Feb 4
Gone But never forgotten On this day in the history of Rock N Roll we lost the one and only Lux Interior RPM remembers
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Romi Mori Feb 4
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BuzzsawRecords Feb 4
Remembering Erick Lee Purkhiser, better known as Lux Interior, singer and founding member of The Cramps, who passed away on this day 10 years ago, aged 62. This was my introduction to the band, their 3rd studio album "A Date With Elvis" 💥
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Roger Deering Feb 4
Deep down in my heart I know that when Lux died, this thing we call rock and roll died also...
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W.S.Cranmore Apr 7
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₲rrrls Ѧllowed° Jul 10
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Leticia García Jul 20
& , Mabuhay Gardens dressing room, San Francisco 1979. photos by
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