- Joining the Gun Club, flying to Australia with 24 hours notice
- Writing his book "Some New Kind of Kick"
- His preferred state in writing songs
- Nick Cave liked to keep people on edge
- Growing up with his sister’s records
- Records and radio in Los Angeles
- Memories of Dr Demento
- Early record purchases
- The first song he absolutely loved
- He didn’t think of himself as a musician
- Taking the Ramones record shopping
- Forming The Gun Club
- Early memories of seeing The Cramps
- His memories of living with The Screamers
- Keith Morris gave The Gun Club their band name
- Alternate names for The Gun Club
- Kid Congo writes "Fire of Love" then joins The Cramps
- “Would you cut your finger off to join The Cramps?”
- Preparation and rehearsal for “Psychedelic Jungle”
- IRS Records had big plans for The Cramps
- Kid Congo felt very welcome in The Cramps
- Memories of Lux and Ivy’s record collection
- Kid Congo loves 45rpm records
- Where does Kid Congo Powers go record shopping?
- What’s the most he’s ever paid for a single record?
- What are the most collectible records of the Kid Congo universe?
- The Gun Club reissues are pulled from the original masters
- Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds – Five Greasy Pieces
- How did The Cramps react to bootleggers?
- Memories with Tex Perkins
- Interview wrap up
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