Flamejob is the sixth studio album (and 11th album overall) by the American garage punk band the Cramps. It was released on October 11, 1994 by Creation Records. It was recorded and mixed at the engineer Earle Mankey's Psychedelic Shack in Thousand Oaks, California. It was self-produced by Poison Ivy and Lux Interior (the latter also provided the cover photography). A UK-only reissue in 2003 contained two versions of "Ultra Twist!".
The whole album centres on the subjects sex, drugs and rock 'n roll. Most of the tracks clocking just beneath the 3 minutes and the album contains multiple covers. The most famous one of them is Route 66, which is infused with the famous Cramps sound. The package includes an insert. 180 gram audiophile vinyl.
Psychobilly The Cramps. Band Name The Cramps. 版公司 Creation Records.
Released October 11, 1994. 1. Mean Machine Lyrics.
Flamejob (CD, Album). Medicine Label, BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. 9 24592-2, D 106257. Flamejob (LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Red). Drastic Plastic Records. 477923 2, CRECD 170. The Cramps.
Something of a return to form, Flamejob features the band's most committed, energetic performances in quite some time, with wild, crazed vocals from Lux Interior and sizzling guitar work from Poison Ivy enlivening some of the band's most entertainingly stupid and crude offerings, including "Let's Get Fucked Up" and "Inside Out and Upside Down (With You). The failed stylistic experiments of some then-recent work are gone, replaced by simple, straight-ahead vintage Cramps psychobilly. Also featured is a cover of "Route 6. Track Listing.
Features Song Lyrics for The Cramps's Flamejob album. The Cramps - Flamejob Album Lyrics. Route 66 (Get Your Kicks On) Lyrics.
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