An official release by MuSick Recs & Trash Wax: a quarter-century after its creation, the debut EP from 3-D – the solo project of Michael Purkhiser, younger brother of late Cramps legend Lux Interior – is released with Lux’s artwork (originally slated to be an album sleeve) and his brother’s music. Learn More
Limited edition of 432 copies, featuring new stereo mixes taken from the original 10-track multi-track tapes. Packaged in card sleeve housed in stickered poly bag, with black poly-lined inner plus 4-page insert with liner notes from original producer Brian Ross.
Stereo mix: previously unissued on vinyl.
Instrumental mix: previously unissued. Learn More
Two previously unreleased tracks, the first of which is the recently discovered live recording Carl and his band made on March 17, 1956 on the Ozark Jubilee TV show. On Side B you'll find the demo of Eternal Stay, a song he recorded in Nashville in 1963. The original tape of that demo was stolen from him during his first UK tour a few months later (and Eternal Stay and several other tracks that were supposedly on those tapes were released on various bootleg LPs later). Learn More