The Cramps The Wild Wild World Of by Ian Johnston (1990, Paperback) NEW
NEW never been used in any way, perfect by all means! Wild Wild World of the CRAMPS Paperback Ian Johnston Omnibus Press 1st Edition 1990. Published in 1990 Ian Johnston's The Wild Wild World Of The Cramps is without doubt the definitive account charting the band's chaotic and turbulent career as rock'n' roll luminaries. Long out of print the book features 130 pages of biography, discography, pictures and interviews. A superb read and an essential part of any Cramps collection. The Cramps are the definitive American rock'n' roll band; loud, lewd, aggressive, humorous and quite possibly, insane. Emerging from the New York punk clubs of the late 70s, The Cramps have steadily established themselves over the last fifteen years as one of the most influential cult bands in the world.
Drawing their inspiration from the darkest and most primal recesses of rock'n' roll's past and all manner of twilight B-culture Americana, deranged singer Lux Interior, sultry guitarist Poison Ivy and laconic drummer Nick Knox have created their own unique sound and world. While transient fads have come and gone in rock, The Cramps have remained stoically unchanged, ever faithful to their intense rock'n' roll vision. Omnibus Press; First Edition edition (1990). 9.8 x 6.8 x 0.4 inches.
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- Subject: Music
- Special Attributes: 1st Edition
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
- ISBN-10: 0711923507
- ISBN-13: 9780711923508
- Author: Ian Johnston
- Publication Year: 19900000
- Language: English
- Format: Book