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Daughters pay tribute to the Cramps on three one g’s latest

For their 100th release, eccentric underground Three One G Records have returned to their meat grinder compilation format, this time paying respects to The Cramps and their undeniable legacy. “Really Bad Music for Really Bad People” pulls together the lewd and crude rock n roll antics with quite the soiree of artists including Chelsea Wolfe, Mike Patton, Microwaves, Retox and the focal point of this premiere, Daughters with their interpretation of “What’s Inside a Girl?”.


“We knew no matter what song we choose to cover that we could never create an alternate version to supersede the original. We can only hope our cover of “What’s Inside A Girl” does justice to The Cramps and their undeniable embodiment of rock n roll.” – Alexis Marshall.

Photo By Milton Stille

All preorder details for “Really Bad Music for Really Bad People” are available here…

iTunes preorders will get the instant gratification of the Daughters track, about a month ahead of the record release, thanks to the folks at Three One G.

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