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Stooges (CD)

By: Stooges


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The Stooges Artist Snapshot:

Every punk band past and present owes a great deal to the genre's forefathers, the Stooges, who made their anarchistic debut on Halloween 1967. For the next six years, singer Iggy Pop destroyed all boundaries between audience and performer--leaping into the crowd, creating confrontations, cutting himself with broken glass--while the other members kept it primitive, simple, and vicious. The seminal Detroit band's primal--yet somehow artful--attack was the primary influence on everyone from the Sex Pistols to the White Stripes. In the end, the Stooges were too volatile to last, and after a brawl with a Detroit biker gang in 1974, the Stooges disbanded, while Iggy went on to a long, fruitful solo career. In 2000, the band reunited for several tours, and in 2007 they released THE WEIRDNESS, their first studio album in over 30 years.


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1   1969 Buy Buy
2   I Wanna Be Your Dog Buy Buy
3   We Will Fall Buy  
4   No Fun Buy Buy
5   Real Cool Time Buy Buy
6   Ann Buy Buy
7   Not Right Buy Buy

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Album Description

Japanese only SHM-CD (Super High Material CD - playable on all CD players) pressing. Warner.

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Everything the peace and love vibe of the ''60s wasn''t the Stooges 1969 debut record was: dangerous, violent, chaotic, mean-spirited, and sex crazed. Iggy Pop''s monotone birthday lament, "1969" ("War across the U.S.A. / Another year for me and you / Another year with nothing to do"), pretty much sums up the band''s coldly disaffected outlook. Producer and Velvet Underground second banana John Cale lends the proceedings an appropriately ominous feel, although his attempt to transform the Stooges into V.U. clones on the 10-minute-plus "All Fall Down" is the band''s weakest studio moment. But Iggy Pop and company more than make up for that misstep with the mind-numbingly ugly-and-great "I Wanna Be Your Dog" and the distortion-drenched "Real Cool Time." --Percy Keegan





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