Classic & Current Contemporary Non-Schlock-Rock Metropolitan Music
Songs the Lord Taught Us (May 1980) - The Cramps
The songs are a mix of original tracks by Lux Interior and Ivy Rorschach, cover songs, and hybrids where The Cramps mix in obscure rockabilly riffs and early blues/jazz ditties such as "Stick Out Your Can, Here Comes the Garbageman."
I'm not sure why, but both of my vinyl copies of this album have a different track listing from that shown on the cover. "Drug Train" is shown as the first song, but it's not on the actual vinyl. I do have "Drug Train" on a 7-inch single that probably came with one of the albums.
This album sounds best when played on vinyl turned up real loud.
The Cramps - Songs the Lord Taught Us Original Album Tracks
Here's what's listed on the album cover exactly as it's printed (including spelling and capitalization).
Vintage Playlists With Songs From The Cramps - Songs the Lord Taught Us
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