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Sunday, 8 February 2009

Lux Interior (RIP) a date with.....


“When I die, don’t bury me at all
Just nail my bones up on the wall
Beneath the bones let these words be seen
These are the bloody gears of a rockin’ machine.”
In celebration of the life of the bastard son of Elvis Presley and Iggy Pop that was Lux Interior, here's a live recording from The Cramps sold out show at Hammersmith Odeon, London on 13th March 1986. I know it was sold out, cos I couldn't get in as I had no advanced ticket, still I've got this great bootleg tape not to remember it by. Here's Side 1 and there's Side 2 Bad to the bone indeed. Great stuff! Enjoy!!

5 comments:

gomonkeygo said...

Thank you, sir! I missed 'em by a day myself, once. Turned out to be the only chance I ever got to see 'em.

Longy said...

Cheers for this one Nuzz,I've only just clocked this.

Tiago said...

Thanx Man!

Anonymous said...

Thank You!

Anonymous said...

Thanx, I can't believe you have this.

I saw then at the Hammersmith in 86 but not sure which date (with Elvis lol)! Balcony seating, well didn't really sit. Drove down from the Midlands in my 67 Cortina with a bunch of mates.

Psychobilly!