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 were an American Blues band formed in 1976 and active until 2009. The band split after the death of lead singer Lux Interior. Their line-up rotated frequently during their existence, with the husband-and-wife duo of Interior and lead guitarist and occasional bass guitarist Poison Ivy comprising the only ever-present members. The addition of guitarist Bryan Gregory and drummer Pam Balam resulted in the first complete lineup in April 1976. They were part of the early CBGB punk rock movement that had emerged in New York. Next they recorded two singles in New York City, which were later re-released on their 1979 Gravest Hits EP, before Chilton brought them back that year to Memphis to record their first full-length album, Songs The Lord Taught Us, at Phillips Recording, operated by former Sun Records label owner Sam Phillips.
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The Cramps are a Psychobilly band whose only permanent members have been Lux Interior (Erick Purkhiser) and Poison Ivy (Kristy Wallace), the lead singer and lead guitarist respectively. Their musical style is stripped-down rockabilly, mostly in twelve bar blues form, played at varying, though usually fast, tempos, with a very minimal drumkit. The compelling part of the early Cramps sound is dual guitars - Ivy's Fender Twin Reverbed twang paired with Bryan Gregory's brutal Superfuzzed grind - without a bassist. The content of their songs and image is sleaze, the same trashy Americana.
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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|A1||–The Radium Cats||Mystery Plane|
|A3||–The Cannibals||New Kind Of Kick|
|A4||–The Falcons||The Natives Are Restless|
|A5||–The Termites||Can't Find My Mind|
|A6||–The Pukes||Nothin' But A Gorehound|
|A7||–The Nightmares||How Far Can Too Far Go?|
|B1||–The Percolators||Cornfed Dames|
|B2||–Rantanplan||Bikini Girls With Machine Guns|
|B3||–Dypsomaniaxe||All Women Are Bad|
|B4||–The Atomics*||King Of The Drapes|
|B5||–Blazin' Saddles||God Damn Rock'n'Roll|
|B6||–Brioles||Daisys Up Your Butterfly|
|B7||–The Roughnecks||Bend Over I'll Drive|
|APECALL 007||Various||Songs The Cramps Taught Us (LP, Comp)||Jungle Noise||APECALL 007||Germany||1993|
|APECALL 007||Various||Songs The Cramps Taught Us (CD, Comp)||Jungle Noise||APECALL 007||Germany||1993|