Two in the mix for ya. Britains very own 'Ten Benson' and 'Kid Congo and the Pink Monkey Birds' Fabulous schlock'n'roll. 'Unnatural Helpers' might be worth a shout as well. 'Black Angels' '18th Dye' and 'Future of the Left' are just sublime. 'Pissed Jeans' rock! Hope this helps
Kid Congo is all around the bend , stylistically speaking. His last album , "Dracula Boots" is my favorite. I found a beatup copy of "Dr. Rhythm" , one of two of The Dave Clark Five's Freakbeat singles. I forget the other one. But , I gave him the copy I'd just found , as I have two copies , already. I hope he covers it.
Dig Ted Benson, is not what I was looking for but is good, I liked it. I like Black Angesl, I listenen to them for the first time a couple of years ago and they caught my ear. Pissed Jeans sounds good, i'll look for more.
I been lately into Art Phag, House of Knives, Barton And Harry, Sunglasses After Dark and Voodoo Idols.
Thank you all for the recommendations, if you have anything like the bands mentioned before just let me know.
There is another good band influenced by The Cramps who have their own unique sound, The Raymen. They have new 12-Inch EP called Death's Black Train out now and their new album Sinister Funtime is coming this month.
You mean The Raymen from The 80's ? They were from France or Germany , or , excuse me , I forget.....I had a double album of theirs. It was too "Goth - a - Billy" for my taste , with Peter Murphy - like vocals......I'm not putting it down , it just was'nt my thing.