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  1. Feb 12,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Cramps Lux Interior and Poison Ivy talk to Eric Blair @ The Hootenanny YouTube The Cramps - Mad Daddy / Rock On Mars / Way I Walk - Duration: TheManus
  2. The first memory that sprung to my mind when I heard that Lux Interior had died was of a moment during one of The Cramps’ many shows at the .
  3. And with Lux Interior’s exit, so exit The Cramps. What a pitiful world we now live in. TIM “NAPALM” STEGALL, an Austin-based punk rock musician and writer, has fond memories of interviewing Lux and Ivy twice. “Lovely people,” he says of them.
  4. Oct 25,  · An interview with Lux Interior & Poison Ivy By Frank Reese “ATTENTION” called LUX INTERIOR, “It seems that Y2K bug has struck in the form of what many are calling a ‘computer fluke’. Due to this technological ‘glitch’ you can only receive one TV station.” As he leafed through the couch potato bible, the TV Guide, he deadpanned.
  5. LUX INTERIOR: First time I saw her she was walking down the street, hitch- hiking, and she was wearing a halter top and short shorts with a big hole in .
  6. Defining Features "We wanted to be as shocking, sexy and original as the great culture changing rock and roll pioneers were during the 50s and 60s," read the line notes to album How To Make A bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfo, with a wardrobe of bondage looks and pin-up costumes, both Poison Ivy and Lux Interior were; they are the quintessential sex gods of punk rock and Ivy in particular played up .
  7. From the archives – Interview with Lux Interior and Poison Ivy of THE CRAMPS (originally appeared in NOSEBLEED issue 12 – ) 04/02/ 04/02/ - by bozmugabe - Leave a Comment The Cramps one and only Dublin live appearance was on Friday 24th February , the first night of their European tour in support of the FLAMEJOB album on.
  8. Unheard interview! Yesterday was the tenth anniversary of the passing of Lux Interior, the great frontman of The Cramps, one of the most influential bands of the last 40+ years. Lux lived up to all expectations and truly walked it like he talked it in such a .

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