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Chrome Cranks

Chrome Cranks

Chrome Cranks


Chrome Cranks were a NYC band active from 1989 till 1998. They played raw brooding garage-punk blues rock following in the lineage of the likes of the Scientists, the Gun Club, the Cramps and the Stooges. Prior to this at least one of them (how many?) had played in the band the Honeymoon Killers. Their first release was a track called Fool on Ice on a 1991 compilation on Atavistic Records. First single Eight Track Mind was released on PCP records in 1992. Read more on Last.fm
Chrome Cranks were a NYC band active from 1989 till 1998. They played raw brooding garage-punk blues rock following in the lineage of the likes of the Scientists, the Gun Club, the Cramps and the Stooges. Prior to this at least one of them (how many?) had played in the band the Honeymoon Killers. Their first release was a track called Fool on Ice on a 1991 compilation on Atavistic Records. First single Eight Track Mind was released on PCP records in 1992. There followed singles with such underground rock labels as Sympathy for the Record Industry, Demolition Derby and Insipid. Of the tracks that didnt make it on to the first eponymously titled album released on PCP in 1994, most were collected on the album Oily Cranks released on Atavistic in 1997.

The second album was Dead Cool (Crypt 1995). Their third and final album proper Love In Exile, which featured more slowed and stripped down bluesy sounding numbers, was released on PCP in 1996. In 2007 Atavistic have released a double CD collecting rarities and demos from 92 till 98 called Diabolical Boogie. Read more on Last.fm.

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