The Cramps emerged out of the first wave of punk music in the mid 1970’s, frequenting clubs such as CBGB. Led by husband and wife team Lux Interior and Poison Ivy, this garage “psychobilly” band incorporated a unique flair for fusing camp, Link Wray-inspired riffs, B-movies, and bizarre performances. Gravest Hits was their debut EP
featured the single “Human Fly.” The original red cover hasn’t been available since it was released in 1979. Now, the red cover is available again with the opaque red vinyl. The classic black cover corresponds to the 200g black vinyl.
• Mastered for vinyl by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio
• Faithful, updated rendering of original jacket printed at
Stoughton Printing Co.
• Featuring a red record jacket for the opaque red vinyl
• Limited foil-numbered edition of 1,500 150-gram opaque red vinyl manufactured for pristine sound at Quality Record Pressings
• Comes in Japanese-style resealable poly bag