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Smell Of Female is the first live album by the American punk rock band The Cramps. It was recorded at The Peppermint Lounge on February 25–26, 1983 and released on Big Beat Records the same year. The album was also released as a 3 7-inch box set

Track listing

All tracks composed by Lux Interior and Poison Ivy Rorschach except where indicated.

  1. "Thee Most Exaulted Potentate of Love"
  2. "You Got Good Taste"
  3. "Call of the Wighat"
  4. "Faster Pussycat" (Bert Sheffer)
  5. "I Ain't Nuthin' But a Gorehound"
  6. "Psychotic Reaction" (Kenn Ellner, Roy Chaney, Craig Atkinson, Sean Byrne, John Michalski)
  7. "Beautiful Gardens"
  8. "She Said" (Hasil Adkins)
  9. "Surfin' Dead"

Personnel




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