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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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Jonathan M Oct 7
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Dave Mercer 20 Feb 18
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Craig Hitchcock 2 Jan 16
Plans for 2016 - listen to the Cramps more. And then more after that.
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peter wilt 4 Oct 14
Paul Caligiuri sent me a LinkedIn request & I saw the Dyes as the Cramps. Pretty great day!!
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Accosta The Man Oct 10
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BigBambu 27 Aug 12
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Denna Morgan 6 Jun 16
chune o' the night... > 'ZombieDance' > >
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Dave Mercer 30 Jun 18
Drinking beer in the sunshine and listening to The Cramps. Not a bad Saturday afternoon, all told
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Sammy J 26 Nov 17
The Cramps' Songs The Lord Taught Us album review is now live!
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Tom Moss 25 Sep 11
Gotta love The Cramps
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Jason I 21 May 16
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Chris Burnette 6 Feb 17
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joe c 5 Sep 16
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Kitt Di Camillo 20 Dec 16
The Forever Mix Track 37: TV SET: The Cramps
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R.V. Digital Oct 1
Replying to @davidharsanyi
Love the white Cramps tee.
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JM Willett 24 Mar 15
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pK 29 Apr 12
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Tavo Oct 5
sound like Poison Ivy punched Lenny Kravitz in the pierced nipple! (((👊🏼)))
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The Antics 31 Oct 15
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