The Cramps

Transylvannan Tapes
bootleg) Last / LR 2022

Tales of Terror
bootleg) Vengeance / 999

Tales from the Cramps
bootleg) Cave / 001

Spedding saw the Cramps in 1978 and offered his services as producer. They began recording some demos at Hot House Studio in NYC in January 1979, "Weekend On Mars", "Rockin Bones", "Twist and Shout" (later becoming Drug Train), "Teenage Werewolf", and "Mad Daddy", on eight track. Lux and Ivy thought the demos were "too clean" sounding for the Cramps and never received an offical release.