The Cramps | 35 Old Punk Flyers That Prove Punk Used To Be So Cool

35 Old Punk Flyers That Prove Punk Used To Be So Cool

Poison Ivy - playing a 1958 Gretsch 6120 Guitar with the pre-patent Filter’Tron pickups

Poison Ivy - The Cramps playing a 1958 Gretsch 6120 Guitar with the pre-patent Filter’Tron pickups.

29 Amazing Punk Flyers From The 80s

29 Amazing Punk Flyers From The 80s

The Cramps - red and black/ lingerie

The Cramps - Ultra Twist

The Cramps - 1997 cover shots for Big Beat from Badsville by Lux Interior - used for the 'like a bad girl should' 45 record

Long before you could buy paint-on patent PVC attire from Louis Vuitton down (see the Night Porter naughtiness-themed A/W11 collection), and decades prior to the sculptural skin-tight constructions in Nicola Formichetti’s first Thierry Mugler collection, which more than nodded to extreme fetish wear, Interior bought his clothes from actual sex shops in seedy red light districts, and accessorised with high-heeled pumps from women’s boutiques and specialist transvestite outfitters.

Lux Interior

To say that The Cramps late frontman Lux Interior (né Erick Lee Purkhiser) had swagger would be an understatement – in skin-tight PVC catsuits that clung unashamedly to every part of the his anatomy, Lux Interior’s rubber-like on-stage gyrations

Poison Ivy: The Queen of Psychobilly Punk

Poison Ivy: The Queen of Psychobilly Punk

Two of the great frontmen ever!!! Lux Interior ( Cramps ) and Nick Cave

"Mad Daddy" Lux Interior (The Cramps) and Nick "The Stripper" Cave (The Birthday Party), backstage at 'Perkins Palace' ~ another photo.

The Cramps led by Lux interior and poison Ivy above stormed the Concert Hall Friday night with...

The Cramps led by Lux interior and poison Ivy above stormed the Concert Hall Friday night with their Inspired lunacy

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