Cramps is an American rockabilly band from New York. Formed in 1975, it was dissolved after the death of singer Lux Interior on February 4, 2009.
The term psychobilly with which they are generally associated designating more precisely an English scene, influenced by them, but whose main instigators truly remain the Meteors.
The Cramps are part of an American tradition of rock 'n' roll, singular in the fusion they make of three yet very distinct genres: rockabilly, garage punk and psychedelia, all three also from the counter-culture American.
Their first recording, The Way I Walk, released in 1978 on their own label Vengeance Records, is a 45 rpm, soon followed by Human Fly. These titles appear on the mini-album Gravest hits. June 13, 1978
The Ramones were an American punk rock band that formed in the New York City neighborhood of Forest Hills, Queens, in 1974. They are often cited as the first true punk rock group.
Despite achieving only limited commercial success initially, the band was highly influential in the United States, Argentina, Brazil and most of South America, as well as Europe, including the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and Belgium.
The Sex Pistols are a British punk rock band from London, UK.
It was formed in 1975 and is known to be the originator of the punk movement. When formed, the quartet consisted of Johnny Rotten (real name Lydon) on vocals, Steve Jones on guitar, Paul Cook on drums and Glen Matlock on bass.
The latter was replaced by Sid Vicious in 1977. Despite a short career of three years, only one recorded studio album, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols and four singles, Sex Pistols are described by the BBC as "the punk band" . quintessential English rock" ("the definitive English punk rock band")