Release number 100 from San Diego's Three One G label is to be titled Really Bad Music for Really Bad People, a collection of covers of The Cramps, reimagined by a diverse roster of modern artists. The record follows the same concept as Three One G's twentieth release, which applied the same concept to Queen, then later with The Birthday Party.
A full track list is listed after the jump, but the lineup for Really Bad Music... includes contributions form Metz, Chelsea Wolfe, Qui, Retox, Daughters, and more. It will release digitally and on limited edition vinyl on May 1.
Really Bad Music for Really Bad People track listing:
Child Bite “TV Set”
Metz “Call of the Wighat”
Secret Fun Club feat. Carrie Gillespie Feller “I Was a Teenage Werewolf”
Chelsea Wolfe “Sheena’s in a Goth Gang”
Sonido de la Frontera “Zombie Dance”
Qui “New Kind of Kick”
Zeus! feat. Mike Patton “Human Fly”
Magic Witch Cookbox “People Ain’t No Good”
Microwaves “Don’t Eat Stuff Off the Sidewalk”
Daughters “What’s Inside a Girl”
Panicker “I’m Cramped”
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