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    Apr 14,  · When Iggy Pop commanded a generation of glam-rock kids and biker-bar burnouts to "dance to the beat of the living dead" on Raw Power's totemic .

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    Jan 11,  · Iggy Pop has paid tribute to David Bowie, whose death was announced today.. The news that Bowie has lost an month battle with cancer was announced this morning with his son, film director.

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    Background. On February 25, , Iggy Pop announced that The Stooges' fifth album Ready to Die would be released on April 30, In July , in an interview with Guitar World, Iggy Pop spoke about the song titled "DD's", saying: "It's funny that that song gets a lot of granilargardajindforcerunner.xyzinfo it was as bad as some people say it is, it wouldn't be getting noticed.

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    In , the Stooges were near the point of collapse when David Bowie's management team, MainMan, took a chance on the band at Bowie's behest. By this point, guitarist Ron Asheton and bassist Dave Alexander had been edged out of the picture, and James Williamson had signed on as Iggy's new guitar mangler; Asheton rejoined the band shortly before recording commenced on Raw Power, but was .

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell on Discogs.

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    May 14,  · A 7-CD box set ‘The Bowie Years‘ exploring Iggy Pop’s Berlin-era albums is today announced for release on May 29 th via UMe. The box set features remastered versions of The Idiot, Lust For Life, live album TV Eye and rare outtakes, alternate mixes and a page book. Lust For Life and The Idiot will also be released as standalone 2-CD Deluxe Editions with bonus live CDs on the same .

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Death Trip on Discogs.4/5(28).

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    Trumpet player Leron Thomas is the main featured instrumentalist, but the album was finessed into shape by fellow New Yorker, experimental guitar composer Noveller (Sarah Lipstate). Iggy inhabits the work in reflective mode and, while the first half of the album has groove, the second steps back into spoken word, addressing death itself.

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    The Stooges - Funhouse [Elektra, ] The second Stooges album is even more dumb, dirty and primitive than the first one. Scott Asheton’s drums are a stoned, tribal thump that seems determined to raise the dead or soak the ground with Devil’s rain, Ron Asheton’s guitar is a looping, feral acid trip that throbs like a war wound, and Iggy is in full-on gonzo shaman mode, sounding like a.

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