Originally released in '85, then re-issued by Mordarm rec in 2oo1 with some special extra-tracks like Get off the Road, theme from Z(!)-movie She Devil on Wheels, with Poison Ivy leading vocals, - personally i consider this record as one of most special between all The Cramps'
ones, first because it sees Them as 3-piece Band, with Kristi Wallace
(that is the Creature Poison Ivy) playing both guitars and bass, and
joining Lux Interior at vocals on Kizmiaz (yeah pronunce it kiss-my-ass,
an hippie-smelling tunefull 6o's parody song). Then there is lots of
Her genius, as never again later in time, - i think. Second, it best
englobes all 1950s-derived Lux' obsessed love for a zombified Elvis, His crude humor/lyrics, the low-fi culture, rockabilly and garage decadence, and the ever best answer to whatever impact Grease (the movie) could ever had on random people.. The Cramps
were punk in a different personal way respect all the rest hanging
around at those times. Pure alien, with a similar '77 riot attitude
against the family-cult and 7o's disco, but pure alien. This album
features voodoo hits like Cornfed Dames, majestically boogie (together with primal Chicken), - as well The Hot Pearl Snatch, (Hot Pool Of) Womanneed, obscene sexual explosions, - or Georgia Lee Brown,
crazed rock'n'roll. - Poison Ivy pshycho/frenzies guitar style has got
a unique fresh touch, - Her distorted rockabilly riffs best cover and
enrich Lux vocals, rendering all visceral in a continuous excitement.