On June 13, 1978, the legendary garage punk band The Cramps went to play Napa State Mental Hospital in the afternoon along with The Mutants, an eclectic septet of art school punks from nearby San Francisco. Also in the van was seminal Bay Area collective Target Video, there to capture the show using one of the first video cameras available to the public, democratizing a medium controlled by mainstream media outlets.
The Cramps at Napa State (remastered)
The Mutants at Napa State (unreleased until now)
"We Were There To Be There" (2021, 27 minutes), a documentary by Jason Willis and Mike Plante
and much more!