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Album: Songs The Lord Taught Us / Psychedelic Jungle
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Next they recorded two singles in New York City, which were later re-released on their 1979 Gravest Hits EP, before Chilton brought them back that year to Memphis to record their first full-length album, Songs The Lord Taught Us, at Phillips Recording, operated by former Sun Records label owner Sam Phillips. While recording their second LP, Psychedelic Jungle, the band and Miles Copeland began to dispute royalties and creative rights. The ensuing court case prevented them from releasing anything until 1983, when they recorded Smell of Female live at New York's Peppermint Lounge; Kid Congo Powers subsequently departed. In 1994, The Cramps made their national US television debut on Late Night with Conan O'Brien performing "Ultra Twist".

Songs the Lord Taught Us is the first album by the American psychobilly band The Cramps. It was released in May 1980 on . Records in America and Illegal Records in England. Lux Interior – vocals. Poison Ivy Rorschach – guitar. Bryan Gregory – guitar. Booker C – organ on "Fever". Alex Chilton – producer. John Hampton – engineer. Carl Grasso – art direction. The Cramps – sleeve concept, mixing. David Arnoff – photography.

Songs the Lord Taught Us/Off the Bone/Psychedelic Jungle.

On Songs The Lord Taught Us, there’s a wild version of Johnny Burnette & The Rock 'n' Roll Trio’s Tear It Up, an interpretation of Jimmy Stewart’s 1959 Rock on the Moon, and an eerie adaptation of the R&B standard, Fever. It was a signature of Lux and Poison Ivy’s, a tribute to their love of early blues and rock n’ roll crate-digging

Style: pop. Album year: 1981. The Cramps - Jungle Hop 02:07. Off The Bone - The Cramps. Do the Clam - The Cramps. Coast to Coast - The Cramps. Songs The Lord Taught Us - The Cramps. The Cramps Live - The Cramps.


A1 TV Set
A2 Rock On The Moon
A3 Garbageman
A4 I Was A Teenage Werewolf
A5 Sunglasses After Dark
A6 The Mad Daddy
A7 Mystery Plane
A8 Zombie Dance
A9 What's Behind The Mask
A10 Strychnine
A11 I'm Cramped
A12 Tear It Up
A13 Fever
B1 Greenfuz
B2 Goo Goo Muck
B3 Rock In Bones
B4 Voodoo Idol
B5 Primitive
B6 Caveman
B7 The Crusher
B8 Dont Eat Stuff Off The Sidewalk
B9 Cant Find My Mind
B10 Jungle Hop
B11 The Natives Are Restless
B12 Under The Wires
B13 Beautiful Gardens
B14 The Green Door


  • Drums – Nick Knox
  • Guitar – Bryan Gregory (tracks: A1 to A13), Congo Powers* (tracks: B1 to B14), Poison Ivy
  • Vocals – Lux Interior


A side: "Songs The Lord Taught Us" 1980 Illegal Records
B side: "Psychedelic Jungle" 1981 Illegal Records