Sunday, September 13, 2009

The Complete Voodoo Idols Bootleg




Here is the complete recording that was used for the classic Cramps bootleg, Voodoo Idols. It's a great soundboard recording of a show The Cramps played at a place called Crazy Al's in Indianapolis in 1981.

Enjoy!

http://www.mediafire.com/?jxgdmm4hynt

8 comments:

  1. Hi. Looks great - downloading now, can't wait to hear it!

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  2. Thank you. You've given me a lot of joy over the years with great sounds such as this.

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  3. This is a fabulous gig. Even a live version of LWJ's "Fever"!

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  4. Thank you so so much for this! This was reccommended to me by a fellow Cramps fiend. Thank you! :D

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  5. Thanks for sharing the treasure!

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  6. Thanks for this. I used to go to Crazy Al's, 54th and College! The only punk club in Indianapolis (and probably Indiana.)Me and my buddies met and drank with a tall, "older" guy leaning against the back wall there around this time; found out later it was John Hiatt. Owner reopened the place as the "Jazz Kitchen" around 1982. I guess their patrons had more disposable income to buy drinks than our crowd. hazmania

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  7. Thanks for this. I used to go to Crazy Al's, 54th and College! The only punk club in Indianapolis (and probably Indiana.)Me and my buddies met and drank with a tall, "older" guy leaning against the back wall there around this time; found out later it was John Hiatt. Owner reopened the place as the "Jazz Kitchen" around 1982. I guess their patrons had more disposable income to buy drinks than our crowd. hazmania

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