visually pleasing + electro goodness.
only the Cramps would perform at a mental hospital
"Pulled from the festering womb of Lodi, New Jersey, Rosemary’s Babies came screaming into the world in 1981.The brainchild of Eerie Von and Post Mortem, Rosemary’s Babies were everything the Lodi Music Scene came to represent: loud, fast, angry and aggressive.Rosemary’s Babies were together for 3 years from the years of 1981 thru 1983. During that time, they spent unending hours writing and recording song after song after song.Rosemary’s Babies split for good in ‘83 when Eerie got the call. Glenn from The Misfits needed a bass player for his new project, Samhain. Eerie went on to play in Samhain and Danzig as well as a prolific solo career.In 2003, Eerie and Post had a conversation and decided to dust off the old Rosemary’s Babies reel-to-reel tapes, spending months re-mastering all of the old sessions. From these tapes, 25 songs were selected to be unleashed upon the world."
At Amoeba Music on Wednesday, hidden in the miscellaneous "R-RZ" section, me and my friend discovered a lone CD by Rosemary's Babies. We bought it spontaneously and it has been on repeat ever since. Though there isn't one song over two minutes long, they have the greatest name/logo ever. So that's all that matters. Ink Spirits and I recommended "Becky Bondage" and "Let's Molest." Catchy.