BORN BAD, VOL. 2 (original music that inspired bands such as The Cramps) COMP LP

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Repress! Unavailable for many years, this series shows exactly where The Cramps took their influences from. The Born Bad series collects together the original music that inspired bands such as The Cramps. For those of you who are interested in listening to the early rockabilly, country, rock 'n' roll and garage rock acts of the '50s and '60s that inspired The Cramps, it gets no better than this compilation. Those of you who are familiar with The Cramps will recognize these songs, as the band sought to pay tribute to the artists that inspired them by performing their own cover versions to many of the songs contained in the Born Bad series.

 

A1    The Phantom (3)–    Love Me    1:32
A2    Jimmy Lloyd (2)–    Rocket In My Pocket    2:23
A3    Tommy James & The Shondells–    Hanky Panky    2:58
A4    Paul Revere & The Raiders–    Hungry    3:00
A5    Kasenetz-Katz Super Circus–    Quick Joey Small    2:26
A6    Charlie Feathers–    I Can't Hardly Stand It    2:42
A7    Jimmy Stewart–    Rock On The Moon    1:58
B1    Hasil Adkins–    She Said    2:53
B2    Dale Hawkins–    Tornado    2:31
B3    Little Willie John–    Fever    2:40
B4    Jackie Lee Cochran–    Georgia Lee Brown    2:59
B5    Dave 'Diddle' Day–    Blue Moon Baby    2:49
B6    Jody Reynolds–    Fire Of Love    1:57
B7    Ricky Nelson (2)–    Lonesome Town    2:15
SIDE 1:
1. The Phantom - Love Me
2. Jimmy Lloyd - Rocket In My Pocket
3. Tommy James & The Shondells - Hanky Panky
4. Paul Revere & The Raiders - Hungry
5. Kasenetz-Katz Super Circus - Quick Joey Small
6. Charlie Feathers - I Can't Hardly Stand It
7. Jimmy Stewart - Rock On The Moon
SIDE 2:
1. Hasil Adkins - She Said
2. Dale Hawkins - Tornado
3. Little Willie John - Fever
4. Jackie Lee Cochran - Georgia Lee Brown
5. Dave 'Diddle' Day - Blue Moon Baby
6. Jody Reynolds - Fire Of Love
7. Ricky Nelson - Lonesome Town