Cramps

Singles: 12–inch

BIG BEAT (6 “Smell of Female”) $15-$25 / 1983
(Black vinyl. With paper sleeve)

BIG BEAT (6 “Smell of Female”) $15-$25 / 1983
(Colored vinyl. With paper sleeve)

BIG BEAT (110 “Can Your Pussy Do the Dog”) $15-$20 / 1985
(10–inch 45 rpm)

BIG BEAT (110 “Can Your Pussy Do the Dog”) $15-$20 / 1985
(12–inch 45 rpm)

BIG BEAT (115 “What’s Inside a Girl”) $15-$20 / 1986
(With paper sleeve)

BIG BEAT (135 “Eyeball in My Martini”) $8-$12 / 1991
(With paper sleeve)

ENIGMA (19 “All Women Are Bad”) $15-$20 / /1990
(With paper sleeve)

I.R.S. (1008 “The Crusher”) $30-$40 / 1981
(With paper sleeve)

POW WOW (02 “What’s Inside a Girl”) $200-$300 / 1982
(Colored vinyl. Interview with Cramps’ Poison Ivy and Lux Interior. No music on disc)


Singles: 7–inch

CRAMPS/NEW ROSE (1 “Smell of Female – Special Limited Edition”) $200-$400 / 1984
(Four colored vinyl discs. Includes one track, Psychotic Reaction, not on LP. Numbered edition of approximately 10,000)

CREATION (196 “Naked Girl Falling Down the Stairs”) $5-$8 / 1995
(“Limited Colored Vinyl Edition”)

ENIGMA (17 “Bikini Girls with Machine Guns”/”Jackyard Backoff”) $50-$75 / 1990
(Die-cut picture disc. Has 12-inch sleeve)

EPITAPH (6527-7 “I Walked All Night”) $75-$125 / 1997
(Red vinyl. Reportedly 500 made)

I.R.S. (9021 “Goo Goo Muck”) $4-$8 / 1981

I.R.S. (9021 “Goo Goo Muck”) $35-$50 / 1981
(Colored vinyl.)

ILLEGAL/I.R.S. (9014 “Garbageman”) $5-$10 / 1980

LUX (102 “Hurricane Fighter Plane”) $15-$25 / 1977

MEDICINE (18045 “Let’s Get F*cked Up”) $5-$10 / 1994

VENGEANCE (“Human Fly”) $50-$75 / 1978
(Demo version. Colored vinyl. No number used)

VENGEANCE (666 “Surfin’ Bird”) $75-$100 / 1977
(Counterfeits exist but are easily identified. Their labels are all orange, whereas originals are orange and black)

VENGEANCE (668 “Human Fly”) $50-$75 / 1978
(Counterfeits exist but are easily identified. Their labels are all orange, whereas originals are orange and black)

VENGEANCE (679 “Big Black Witchcraft Rock”) $3-$5 / 2003
(Red vinyl)


Picture Sleeves

CREATION (196 “Naked Girl Falling Down the Stairs”) $5-$8 / 1995
(“Limited Edition”)

EPITAPH (6527-7 “I Walked All Night”) $100-$150 / 1997

I.R.S. (9014 “Garbage Man”) $10-$20 / 1980

I.R.S. (9021 “Goo Goo Muck”) $10-$20 / 1981

ILLEGAL/I.R.S. (9014 “Garbageman”) $10-$15 / 1980

LUX (102 “Hurricane Fighter Plane”) $15-$25 / 1977
(Sleeve is also titled The Cramps in Dance of the Cannibals of Sex)

VENGEANCE (666 “Surfin’ Bird”) $75-$100 / 1977
(Counterfeits exist but are easily identified. They lack color and their photos are enlarged. Originals have color and smaller photos)

VENGEANCE (668 “Human Fly”) $50-$75 / 1978
(Fold-out, comic book cover)

VENGEANCE (668 “Human Fly”) $25-$35 / 1978
(Counterfeits exist but are easily identified. They lack color and their photos are enlarged. Originals have color and smaller photos)

VENGEANCE (679 “Big Black Witchcraft Rock”) $3-$5  / 2003


LPs: 10/12–inch

BIG BEAT (46 “A Date with Elvis”) $15-$25 / 1986

BIG BEAT (101 “Look Mom, No Head”) $15-$25 / 1991

CAVE (001 “Tales from the Cramps”) $300-$400 / 1977

CREATION (170 “Flame Job”) $50-$75 / 1994
(Black vinyl)

CREATION (170 “Flame Job”) $100-$150 / 1994
(Red vinyl)

ENIGMA (1001 “Stay Sick”) $30-$50 / 1990
(Limited edition vinyl pressing)

EPITAPH (86516-2 “Big Beat from Badsville”) $50-$75 / 1997

GIANT (24592 “Flame Job”) $10-$15 / 1994

I.R.S. (70042 “Bad Music for Bad People”) $20-$30 / 19874

ILLEGAL/I.R.S. (007 “Songs the Lord Taught Us”) $10-$15 / 1979
(Tracks on disc are different than those shown on the cover, and in a different sequence than shown on label)

ILLEGAL/I.R.S. (012 “Off the Bone”) $15-$20 / 1983
(With 3-D cover and glasses)

ILLEGAL/I.R.S. (012 “Off the Bone”) $5-$10 / 1983
(With standard cover)

ILLEGAL/I.R.S. (012 “Off the Bone”) $50-$80 / 1985
(Picture disc. Includes one extra track)

ILLEGAL (501 “Gravest Hits”) $10-$20 / 1979

ILLEGAL/I.R.S. (70016 “Psychedelic Jungle”) $8-$10 / 1981

LAST RECORD (2022 “Transylvania Tapes”) $100-$150 / 1978

MIDNIGHT $15-$20 / 1978

NST $5-$10 / 1985

PRAIRIE DOG (“Totally Destroy Seattle”) $300-$500 / 1982
(Red vinyl)

W.B. (86449 “Flame Job”) $8-$10 / 1990s
(Colored vinyl)


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