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Journey to the Center of The Cramps

In search of the perfect Halloween read, Getintothis’ Del Pike steps away from his cauldron to investigate Dick Porter’s updated biography, Journey to the Center of The Cramps – and picks his top ten tracks.

When charting the New York punk scene of the late 70s, the same names crop up over and again: Blondie, The Ramones, The New York Dolls and Television. The Cramps, who were equally a part of that scene, have been largely relegated to the kitsch novelty quarter of the story with their cartoon appearance and penchant for B-movie / sci-fi / horror touchstones. Dick Porter’s recent Cramps biography Journey to the Center of The Cramps sets out to put this misdemeanor right, and largely succeeds… read more >

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