Remembering Lux: The Cramps' Gravest Hits

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A few more details are starting to emerge in the death of Cramps frontman Lux Interior. The Los Angeles Times says Interior, 60, passed away Wednesday from a preexisting heart condition at Glendale Memorial Hospital in Southern California. He is survived by his wife and bandmate "Poison Ivy" Rorschach and legions of motorcycle-jacketed fans. Enjoy one last trip into Interior's psychedelic jungle...

"Bikini Girls With Machine Guns"

"Garbage Man"

"Naked Girl Falling Down the Stairs"

"Goo Goo Muck"

"The Way I Walk," live at Napa (Calif.) State Hospital, 1978

"You Got Good Taste"

"Ultra Twist"

"Let's Get Fucked Up"

"Can Your Pussy Do the Dog?"

"Hot Pearl Snatch"

"Muleskinner Blues"

"Tear It Up"

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