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Monster Session

by Tokyo Cramps

Who would have thought that the ULTIMATE CRAMPS TRIBUTE BAND would come from Tokyo, Japan?
Genre: Rock: Psychobilly
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1. Cramp Stomp
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3:37 album only
2. Dames Booze Chains & Boots
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5:02 album only
3. Bikini Girls With Machine Guns
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3:13 album only
4. Shortnin' Bread
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3:00 album only
5. Surfin' Bird
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2:39 album only
6. The Way I Walk (live)
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3:53 album only
7. Cramp Stomp (live)
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3:41 album only
8. Bikini Girls With Machine Girls (live)
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3:51 album only
9. Surfin' Bird (live)
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Album Notes
Cramps style Sleaze-O-Billy stomp from Tokyo.

Psycho-Voodoo-Rock\'n\'Roll classics stomped out in the spirit of The Cramps, with a touch of Japanese craziness.

Who would have thought that the ultimate Cramps tribute band would come from the far east??!


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3rd Degree

Leave it to the Japanese to start a tribute band to the Cramps even BEFORE old Lux Interior passed on. Sounds kinda like if Guitar Wolf kidnapped one of the 5678's and made some low fi demands. It's not bad. Just a strange concept. Half studio and half live, and some same songs get both treatments, I'd like to hear more takes on other Cramp classics.