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Iggy Pop

There's a reason why many consider Iggy Pop the godfather of punk: every single punk band of the past and present has either knowingly or unknowingly borrowed a thing or two from Pop and his late-'60s/early-'70s band, the Stooges. Born on April 21, 1947, in Muskegon, Michigan, James Newell Osterberg was raised by his parents in a trailer park close to Ann Arbor, in nearby Ypsilanti. Intrigued by rock & roll (as well as such non-musical, monotonous, and mechanical sounds as his father's electric razor and the local automobile assembly plants in Detroit), Osterberg began playing drums and formed his first band, the Iguanas, in the early '60s. Via the Rolling Stones, Osterberg discovered the blues and formed a similarly styled outfit, called the Prime Movers, upon graduating from high school in 1965. When a brief stint at the University of Michigan didn't work out, he moved to Chicago instead, where he played drums alongside the city's bluesmen.

His heart remained with rock & roll, however, and shortly after returning to Ann Arbor, Osterberg decided to form a rock band. This time, he would leave the drums behind and be the frontman, taking inspiration from the likes of the Velvet Underground's Lou Reed and the Doors' Jim Morrison. He tried to find musicians who shared his musical vision: to create a band whose music would be primordial, sexually charged, aggressive, and repetitive (using his early electric razor/car plant memories for reference). In 1967, he hooked up with an old acquaintance from his high-school days, guitarist Ron Asheton, who also brought along his brother, drummer Scott, and bassist Dave Alexander, thus forming the Psychedelic Stooges. Although it would take a while for their sound to gel -- they experimented with such nontraditional instruments as empty oil drums, vacuums, and other objects before returning to their respective instruments -- the group fit in perfectly with such other high-energy Detroit bands as the MC5, becoming a local attraction.

It was around this time that the group shortened its name to the Stooges, and Osterberg changed his own stage name to Iggy Pop. With the name change, Pop became a man possessed on-stage, going into the crowd nightly to confront members of the audience and working himself into such a frenzy that he would be bleeding by the end of the night from various nicks and scratches. Elektra Records signed the quartet in 1968, issuing their self-titled debut a year later and a follow-up effort, Fun House, in 1970. Although both records sold poorly upon release, they've since become rock classics, and can be pointed to as the official catalyst for what later became punk rock.

The Stooges were dropped from their record company in 1971 due to the public's disinterest and the group's growing addictions to hard drugs. Pop's continuous death-defying acts also worried the label, whose decision to drop the band led to the Stooges' breakup the same year. One of the band's more celebrated fans, David Bowie, tracked Pop down and convinced the newly clean and sober singer to restart his career. Pop enlisted guitarist James Williamson (who was briefly a second guitarist for the Stooges before their breakup) and, after the pair signed to Bowie's Mainman management company and relocated to England, they eventually reunited with the Asheton brothers, with Ron moving from the six-string guitar to the bass.

Signed by Columbia Records and hoping to follow in Bowie's footsteps toward a major commercial breakthrough, the Stooges penned another punk classic, the brutally explosive Raw Power. Pop's plan for the Stooges' third release was equally brutal; he wanted to create a record that would be so powerful, so sonically over the top, that it would physically hurt the listener as it poured forth from the speakers. Although the resulting album wasn't quite that extreme, it came fairly close, with Bowie lending his own contributions as the album's producer. Once again, the album sank without a trace. By 1974, Pop and most of the Stooges had fallen back into the world of heavy drugs, and with their star fading, the band called it quits for a second (and final) time.

After spending a brief spell homeless on the streets of Hollywood, during which time there was an unsuccessful attempt to form a band with Pop and former Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek, Iggy Pop checked himself into the Neuropsychiatric Institute in Los Angeles. During his stay at the hospital, Pop made an attempt at writing and recording some new tunes with Williamson, but when no labels expressed interest, the two went their separate ways. (Completed demos of the sessions would surface on the Kill City release in 1977; they would also appear on the 2005 compilation Penetration, which featured a number of widely circulated demos, outtakes, and alternate mixes from the Raw Power sessions.)

During his hospital stay, another old friend came to visit him: David Bowie, whose career was still in high gear. Bowie offered to take Pop on the road with him during his tour in support of Station to Station, and the pair got along so well that they both moved to Berlin in late 1976, during which time Bowie helped Pop secure a solo record deal with RCA. Bowie had become interested in European electronic rock (Kraftwerk, Can, etc.) and later admitted that he used Pop as a musical guinea pig on such releases as The Idiot and Lust for Life (both issued in 1977 and produced/co-written by Bowie). Both albums sold better than the singer's previous efforts with the Stooges (particularly in the U.K., where Pop was looked upon as an icon by the burgeoning punk rock movement) as Bowie joined Pop on his world tour as a keyboardist. Shortly thereafter, a surprisingly muddy-sounding live album was culled from Pop's most recent tour, titled TV Eye (1977 Live). It was also around this time that Pop severed his ties with Bowie and struck out on his own.

Signing on with another new label, Arista, Pop reunited once more with James Williamson for 1979's New Values, an album that touched off a string of releases that were largely inconsistent and musically confused (it appeared as though Pop was trying to reinvent himself as a new waver): 1980's Soldier, 1981's Party, and 1982's Zombie Birdhouse. Also in 1982, Pop penned his autobiography, I Need More, a fascinating book of rock & roll excess that chronicled his early years straight up to the then-present day. Despite the flurry of activity, Pop began succumbing to his vices once again and stepped out of the spotlight for a long stretch to sort his life out, during which time Bowie scored a massive hit with a remake of the Pop/Bowie nugget "China Girl" (recorded earlier on Pop's The Idiot). It wasn't until 1986 that Pop resurfaced, signing a new contract with A&M and issuing the Bowie-produced Blah Blah Blah, which featured his first U.S. hit single (albeit a moderate one), a cover of "Real Wild Child." Released in 1988, Instinct saw Pop try his hand at hard rock/heavy metal, joined by ex-Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, but it wasn't until 1990's Brick by Brick (his first album for Virgin Records) that Pop fully regained his musical strength and focus, resulting in his first U.S. gold-certified album and Top 20 hit single, "Candy," a surprisingly tuneful duet with the B-52's' Kate Pierson.

Just as in the mid-'70s when Pop was looked up to by a slew of up-and-coming punk bands, history repeated itself in the early '90s with the emergence of such Stooges disciples from Seattle as Nirvana, Mudhoney, Soundgarden, etc. Around the same time, a wide variety of bands covered Pop and/or Stooges tracks -- Slayer, Duran Duran, Guns N' Roses, R.E.M., and Tom Jones -- while Pop issued another fine solo set, 1993's American Caesar. Although Pop attempted to re-create the Stooges' sound and approach on his 1996 solo album Naughty Little Doggie, it wasn't as critically or commercially successful as his previous couple of releases. But the same year, Pop enjoyed another hit when the nearly 20-year-old title track from Lust for Life was used prominently on the hit movie soundtrack Trainspotting. Throughout the decade, Pop also tried his hand at acting in movies, scoring bit parts in such flicks as Cry Baby, Dead Man, and The Crow II: City of Angels, plus a recurring role on the TV show The Adventures of Pete & Pete. Although he wasn't involved in it, the 1998 movie Velvet Goldmine was allegedly based on Bowie and Pop's relationship in the early '70s (Ewan McGregor's character, Curt Wild, was obviously patterned after Stooges-era Pop).

With just about every new rock band listing the Stooges as a major influence by the late '90s, Iggy tentatively began looking back to the band's legacy. He personally remixed a newly remastered version of Raw Power in 1997, after the long-lost original master tapes were rediscovered and Pop moved the album closer to his original vision of a total sonic onslaught. Also released around this time was another Pop/Stooges-related book, the must-read Please Kill Me: The Oral History of Punk, which recounted the Stooges' career in great detail (featuring interviews with all the band's surviving members). The year 1999 was a busy one for Pop as he was the subject of a VH1 Behind the Music episode, and a new solo album was issued, the laid-back Avenue B. But his more "refined" musical approach was strictly a detour, as proven by his next release, 2001's in-your-face rockfest Beat Em Up.

After abandoning a promised Stooges reunion in the late '90s, Pop finally made good on his pledge in 2003, bringing Ron Asheton and Scott Asheton aboard to write and record four songs with him for his album Skull Ring, and taking the reconstituted Stooges on the road for a short but riotously received tour (with Mike Watt standing in for the late Dave Alexander on bass, and with the set dominated by tunes from The Stooges and Fun House). In 2004, Iggy appeared in Jim Jarmusch's Coffee and Cigarettes. After issuing the January 2005 effort Penetration, Pop released the retrospective A Million in Prizes: The Anthology, which spanned his entire career and included a 37-track CD, a previously unreleased live DVD, and a round of essays about Pop's legacy penned by notables like Bowie and Lou Reed. Pop released another compilation, Where the Faces Shine, the following year.

Iggy Pop maintained his profile during the subsequent years by appearing on an album by Praxis, singing on the Teddybears track "Punkrocker," performing several Madonna songs at the induction ceremony of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and appearing in TV advertisements for the British insurance company Swiftcover. Back in Ann Arbor, however, Asheton suffered a fatal heart attack in early 2009, robbing Pop of his best friend and plunging the Stooges' career into instability. Nonetheless, Pop released another solo record, Preliminaires, that May, taking his inspiration from jazz music and the work of French novelist Michel Houellebecq. In 2010, Pop and the rest of the Stooges were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

Iggy continued to tour with the Stooges throughout 2010 and into 2011, taking time to pursue a couple of solo side projects, including singing with the Lilies and with Ke$ha, plus the 2012 album Apres, where he sang French standards (and the Beatles' "Michelle," which does have a verse in French). In 2013, Pop went full-bore with the Williamson-fueled Raw Power era of the Stooges, touring and releasing the Ready to Die album in April of that year. However, after the death of Stooges drummer Scott Asheton in 2014, it was widely speculated that Iggy was done with the Stooges, and the next time he set out on a tour of the United States in 2015, it was as a solo artist with a different backing band.

In January 2016, a surprise announcement from Pop and Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age, Eagles of Death Metal) revealed that the pair had written an album together with the help of Dean Fertita (QOTSA, the Dead Weather) and Matt Helders (Arctic Monkeys). Recorded secretly and funded entirely independently, Post Pop Depression (Loma Vista) featured the single "Gardenia" and a short supporting tour with live backing from Troy Van Leeuwen (QOTSA) and Matt Sweeney (Chavez). ~ Greg Prato
full bio

Selected Discography


Track List: Gold (From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack "Gold") (Single)

1. Gold


Track List: Post Pop Depression: Live At The Royal Albert Hall

1. Lust For Life (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

2. Sister Midnight (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

3. American Valhalla (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

4. Sixteen (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

5. Funtime (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

6. Tonight (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

7. Sunday (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

8. Gardenia (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

9. The Passenger (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

10. China Girl (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

11. Break Into Your Heart (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

12. Paraguay (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)


Track List: Post Pop Depression (Explicit)

1. Break Into Your Heart

2. Gardenia

3. American Valhalla

4. In The Lobby

5. Sunday

6. Vulture

7. German Days

8. Chocolate Drops

9. Paraguay


Track List: American Valhalla (Single)

1. American Valhalla


Track List: Gardenia (Single)

2. Gardenia


Track List: Shot Myself Up

1. Raw Power (Radio Broadcast)

2. TV Eye (Radio Broadcast)

3. Dirt (Radio Broadcast)

4. Turn Blue (Radio Broadcast)

5. Funtime (Radio Broadcast)

6. Gimme Danger (Radio Broadcast)

7. No Fun (Radio Broadcast)

8. Sister Midnight (Radio Broadcast)

9. I Need Somebody (Radio Broadcast)

10. Search And Destroy (Radio Broadcast)

11. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Radio Broadcast)

12. China Girl (Radio Broadcast)

13. Dum Dum Boys (Alt Mix)

14. Baby (Alt Mix)

15. Tiny Girls (Outtake)

16. China Girl (Alt Mix)

17. Funtime (U.S. TV Broadcast)

18. Sister Midnight (U.S. TV Broadcast)


Track List: Psychophonic Medicine (The Unreleased Tracks)

1. It's My Life (Party Outtake 1981)

2. Bang Bang (Alternate Mix) [Party Outtake 1981]

3. Sea Of Love (Alternate Mix) [Party Outtake 1981]

4. Time Won't Let Me (Alternate Mix) [Party Outtake 1981]

5. Beside You (Steve Jones Demo 1985)

6. Cry For Love (Steve Jones Demo 1985)

7. Purple Haze (Steve Jones Demo 1985)

8. Warm Feeling (Steve Jones Demo 1985)

9. I Need More (Live In San Francisco 1981)

10. Some Weird Sin (Live In San Francisco 1981)

11. Houston Is Hot Tonight (Live In San Francisco 1981)

12. Tv Eye (Live In San Francisco 1981)

13. 1969 (Live In San Francisco 1981)

14. Rock And Roll Party (Live In San Francisco 1981)

15. Bang, Bang (Live In San Francisco 1981)

16. Dum Dum Boys (Live In San Francisco 1981)

17. Eggs On Plate (Live In San Francisco 1981)

18. I'm A Conservative (Live In San Francisco 1981)

19. I Need More [Live In San Francisco 1981]

20. Lust For Life (Live In San Francisco 1981)

21. The Winter Of My Discontent (Live In San Francisco 1981)


Track List: Paris Palace

1. C**k In My Pocket

2. Kill City

3. Fortune Teller / New Values

4. Billy Is A Runaway

5. I Wanna To Be Your Dog

6. Five Foot One

7. Dirt

8. Batman

9. Louie, Louie

10. Shake Appeal

11. I'm Bored


Track List: Gimme Some Skin (7" Box)

1. I Can't Explain

2. Lonely Boy

3. C**k In My Pocket

4. Tight Pants

5. I Got A Right

6. White Christmas (Guitar Stooge Mix)

7. Money (That's What I Want)

8. Open Up And Bleed (Single Edit)

9. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Fast Version)

10. Johanna

11. Gimme Some Skin

12. I'm So Glad

13. Louie, Louie

14. Scene Of The Crime


Track List: Light In The Attic 10 Year Anniversary: Betty Davis "If I'm In Luck I Might Get Picked Up" (Single)

1. If I'm In Luck I Might Get Picked Up

2. If I'm In Luck I Might Get Picked Up


Track List: Futuretro Max


Track List: Roadkill Rising: The Bootleg Collection 1977-2009

Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 3
Disc 4

Track List: California Hitchhike

1. Real Cool Time (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

2. Knockin' 'em Down In The City (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

3. Take Care Of Me (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

4. Dog Food (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

5. You Really Got Me (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

6. New Values (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

7. T.V. Eye (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

8. Play It Safe (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

9. Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

10. Funtime (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

11. Hitch-Hiking In California (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

12. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

13. One For My Baby (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

14. China Girl (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

15. Five Foot One (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)

16. No Fun (Live From The Old Waldorf, San Francisco 1979)


Track List: Preliminaires

1. Les Feuilles Mortes

2. I Want To Go To The Beach

3. King Of The Dogs

4. Je Sais Que Tu Sais

5. Spanish Coast

6. Nice To Be Dead

7. How Insensitive

8. Party Time

9. He's Dead / She's Alive

10. A Machine For Loving

11. She's A Business

12. Les Feuilles Mortes (Marc's Theme)


Track List: Deep Cuts

1. Hollywood Affair (Feat Johnny Depp)

2. Jose The Arab

3. Get Up (I Feel Like Being A Sex Machine)

4. Commercial Love


Track List: Platinum & Gold Collection

4. Tell Me A Story

5. New Values

6. Girls

7. I'm Bored

8. Five Foot One

9. Loco Mosquito

10. Knocking 'Em Down (In The City)

11. Pumpin' For Jill

12. Bang Bang


Track List: Live At Lollapalooza 2007: Iggy & The Stooges

1. 1969 (Live)

2. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Live)

3. My Idea Of Fun (Live)


Track List: Live Supreme

1. Raw Power (Live With Intro)

2. High On You (Live)

3. Nightclubbing (Live)

4. China Girl (Live)

5. Blah Blah Blah (Live)

6. No Fun (Live)

7. 1969 (Live)

8. Tv Eye (Live)

9. Easy Rider (Live)

10. I Need Somebody (Live)

11. 5 Foot 1 (Live)

12. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Live)

13. The Passenger (Live)

14. I Got A Right (Live)

15. Some Weird Sin (Live)

16. Real Wild Child (Live In France)

17. Lust For Life (Live In France)

18. Search N' Destroy (Live In France)


Track List: Where The Faces Shine

Disc 1

1. Raw Power (Live: March, 1977)

2. T.V. Eye (Live: March, 1977)

3. Dirt( Live: March, 1977)

4. Turn Blue (Live: March, 1977)

5. Funtime (Live: March, 1977)

6. Gimme Danger (Live: March, 1977)

7. No Fun (Live: March, 1977)

8. Sister Midnight (Live: March, 1977)

9. I Need Somebody (Live: March, 1977)

10. Search And Destroy (Live: March, 1977)

11. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Live: March, 1977)

12. China Girl (Live: March, 1977)

Disc 2

1. One, Two Brown Eyes (Live: Nov, 1977)

2. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Live: Nov, 1977)

3. Modern Guy (Live: Nov, 1977)

4. Lust For Life (Live: Nov, 1977)

5. Rock Action (Live: Nov, 1977)

6. Fall In Love With Me (Live: Nov, 1977)

7. Shake Appeal (Live: Nov, 1977)

8. Gloria (Live: Nov, 1977)

9. T.V. Eye (Live: Nov, 1977)

10. Nightclubbing (Live: Nov, 1977)

11. I Got A Right (Live: Nov, 1977)

12. Raw Power (Live: Nov, 1977)

Disc 3

1. Penetration (Live, 1978)

2. Tv Eye (Live, 1978)

3. Kill City (Live, 1978)

4. The Endless Sea (Live, 1978)

5. Lust For Life (Live, 1978)

6. Curiosity (Live, 1978)

7. Girls (Live, 1978)

8. Beyond The Law (Live, 1978)

9. Gimme Danger (Live, 1978)

10. I Got A Right (Live, 1978)

11. Dirt (Live, 1978)

12. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Live, 1978)

13. One For My Baby (Live, 1978)

14. C**k In My Pocket (Live, 1978)

Disc 4

1. Real Cool Time (Live, 1979)

2. Knocking 'em Down (In The City) (Live, 1979)

3. Take Care Of Me (Live, 1979)

4. Dog Food (Live, 1979)

5. You Really Got Me (Live, 1979)

6. New Values (Live, 1979)

7. T.V. Eye (Live, 1979)

8. Play It Safe (Live, 1979)

9. Funtime (Live, 1979)

10. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Live, 1979)

11. One For My Baby (Live, 1979)

12. China Girl (Live, 1979)

13. Five Foot One (Live, 1979)

14. No Fun (Live, 1979)

Disc 5

1. Intro + Hassles (Live, 1980)

2. Knocking 'em Down (In The City) (Live, 1980)

3. Loco Mosquito (Live, 1980)

4. I Snub You (Live, 1980)

5. Sister Midnight (Live, 1980)

6. I'm A Conservative (Live, 1980)

7. Funtime (Live, 1980)

8. I'm Crying (Live, 1980)

9. Dog Food (Live, 1980)

10. Five Foot One (Live, 1980)

11. One For My Baby (Live, 1980)

12. Lust For Life (Live, 1980)

13. It's Alright (Live, 1980)

14. Take Care Of Me (Live, 1980)

15. Play It Safe (Live, 1980)

16. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Live, 1980)

Disc 6

1. Search And Destroy (Live, 1981)

2. Eggs On Plate (Live, 1981)

3. Bang Bang (Live, 1981)

4. Funtime (Live, 1981)

5. Rock And Roll Party (Live, 1981)

6. Lust For Life (Live, 1981)

7. Pumpin For Jill (Live, 1981)

8. Knocking 'em Down (Live, 1981)

9. I'm Bored (Live, 1981)

10. Dog Food (Live, 1981)

11. New Values (Live, 1981)

12. Sincerity (Live, 1981)

13. Five Foot One (Live, 1981)

14. Louie, Louie (Live, 1981)

15. Gloria (Live, 1981)

16. Flesh And Blood (Live, 1981)

17. Search And Destroy [Encore] (Live, 1981)


Track List: The Best of Iggy Pop: 20th Century Master - The Millennium Collection

1. Sister Midnight

2. Lust For Life

3. Real Wild Child (Wild One)

4. Cry For Love

5. Fire Girl

6. Isolation

7. Cold Metal

8. Tuff Baby

10. 1969 (Live)

11. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Live)


Track List: Lust For Live 1977

1. Iggy Speaks: Jim Morrison (Live 1977)

2. Lust For Life (Live Manchester 1977)

3. Iggy Speaks: Passing Interview (Live 1977)

4. The Passenger (Live Manchester 1977)

5. Iggy Speaks: Mutual Bowie (Live 1977)

6. Gloria (Live 1977)

7. Iggy Speaks: Mohammed Ali (Live 1977)

8. Modern Guy (Live 1977)

9. Iggy Speaks: Record Company (Live 1977)

10. I've Gotta Right (Live 1977)

11. Iggy Speaks: I've Broke A Bottle (Live 1977)

12. Fall In Love With Me (Live 1977)

13. Neighbourhood Threat (Live Manchester 1977)

14. Iggy Speaks: I Want To Be Something More (Live 1977)

15. TV Eye (Live 1977)

16. Raw Power (Live 1977)

17. Night Clubbing (Live 1977)


Track List: The Complete A&M Recordings

Disc 1

1. Real Wild Child (Wild One)

2. Baby It Can't Fall

3. Shades

4. Fire Girl

5. Isolation

6. Cry For Love

7. Blah-Blah-Blah

8. Hideaway

9. Winners & Losers

10. Little Miss Emperor

11. Cry For Love (12" Version)

12. Real Wild Child (Wild One) (Extended Version)

13. Fire Girl (Remix)

14. Baby It Can't Fall (Remix)

Disc 2

1. Cold Metal

2. High On You

3. Strong Girl

4. Tom Tom

5. Easy Rider

6. Power & Freedom

7. Lowdown

8. Instinct

9. Tuff Baby

10. Squarehead

11. Cold Metal (Extended Version)

12. Cold Metal (Dub)

13. Tuff Baby (Extended Version)

14. Tuff Baby (Dub)

Disc 3

1. Instinct (1988/Live At The Channel)

2. Kill City (1988/Live At The Channel)

3. 1969 (1988/Live At The Channel)

4. Penetration (1988/Live At The Channel)

5. Power & Freedom (1988/Live At The Channel)

6. Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell (1988/Live At The Channel)

7. High On You (1988/Live At The Channel)

8. Tuff Baby (1988/Live At The Channel)

9. Search And Destroy (1988/Live At The Channel)

10. Cold Metal (1988/Live At The Channel)

11. Squarehead (1988/Live At The Channel)

12. I Wanna Be Your Dog (1988/Live At The Channel)


Track List: Lust For Life (Live)

1. I Wanna Live (Live)

2. Down On The Street (Live)

3. Heart Is Saved (Live)

4. Raw Power (Live)

5. Search And Destroy (Live)

6. Sister Midnight (Live)

7. Real Wild Child (Live)

8. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Live)

9. Passenger (Live)

10. Lust For Life (Live)

11. Home (Live)

12. Sick Of You (Live)

13. No Fun (Live)

14. Sixteen (Live)

15. 1969 (Live)


Track List: Skull Ring (Explicit)

2. Perverts In The Sun (Feat. The Trolls)

4. Superbabe (Feat. The Trolls)

6. Private Hell (Feat. Green Day)

7. Little Know It All (Feat. Sum 41)

8. Whatever (Feat. The Trolls)

11. Here Comes The Summer (Feat. The Trolls)

13. Inferiority Complex (Feat. The Trolls)

14. Supermarket (Feat. Green Day)

15. Til Wrong Feels Right

16. Blood On Your Cool (Feat. The Trolls)

17. Nervous Exhaustion (Feat. The Trolls)


Track List: Skull Ring

1. Little Electric Chair

2. Perverts In The Sun (Feat. The Trolls)

3. Skull Ring

4. Superbabe (Feat. The Trolls)

5. Loser

6. Private Hell (Feat. Green Day)

7. Little Know It All (Feat. Sum 41)

8. Whatever (Feat. The Trolls)

9. Dead Rock Star

10. Rock Show (Feat. Peaches)

11. Here Comes The Summer (Feat. The Trolls)

12. Motor Inn (Feat. Feedom & Peaches)

13. Inferiority Complex (Feat. The Trolls)

14. Supermarket (Feat. Green Day)

15. Til Wrong Feels Right

16. Blood On Your Cool (Feat. The Trolls)

17. Nervous Exhaustion (Feat. The Trolls)


Track List: Beat Em Up

1. Mask

2. L.O.S.T

3. Howl

4. Football

5. Savior

6. Beat Em Up

7. Talking Snake

8. The Jerk

9. Death Is Certain

10. Go For The Throat

11. Weasels

12. Drink New Blood

14. Ugliness

15. V.I.P


Track List: The Heritage Collection

1. Tell Me A Story

2. New Values

3. Girls

4. I'm Bored

5. Five Foot One

6. Loco Mosquito

7. Play It Safe

8. I'm A Conservative

9. Pumpin' For Jill

10. Bang Bang

11. Sea Of Love


Track List: Nuggets

Disc 1

1. Fire Engine

2. Warrior Tribe

3. Mule Skinner

4. Family Affair

5. Woman Dream

6. I Got A Right

7. Gimme Some Skin

8. Rock Action

9. Modern Guy

10. Run Like A Villain

11. Eat Or Be Eaten

12. Sixteen

Disc 2

1. Love Bone

2. The Winter Of My Discontent

3. Puppet World

4. One For My Baby

5. Hassles

6. Flesh And Blood

7. I'm Crying

8. I'm Alright

9. You Really Got Me

10. Batman Theme

11. Louie Louie/Hang On Sloopy

12. No Fun/Waiting For My Man

13. 96 Tears


Track List: Avenue B

1. No S**t

2. Nazi Girlfriend

3. Avenue B

4. Miss Argentina

5. Afraid To Get Close

6. Shakin' All Over

7. Long Distance

8. Corruption

9. She Called Me Daddy

10. I Felt The Luxury

11. Español

12. Motorcycle

13. Facade


Track List: Sister Midnight

1. Raw Power

2. 1969

3. Turn Blue

4. Sister Midnight

5. I Need Somebody

6. Search 'n' Destroy

7. TV Eye

8. Dirt

9. Funtime

10. Gimme Danger

11. No Fun

12. I Wanna Be Your Dog


Track List: Naughty Little Doggie

1. I Wanna Live

2. P**sy Walk

3. Innocent World

4. Knucklehead

5. To Belong

6. Keep On Believing

7. Outta My Head

8. Shoeshine Girl

9. Heart Is Saved

10. Look Away


Track List: Brick By Brick

1. Home

2. Main Street Eyes

3. I Won't Crap Out

4. Candy

5. Butt Town

6. The Undefeated

7. Moonlight Lady

8. Something Wild

9. Neon Forest

10. Starry Night

11. P**sy Power

12. My Baby Wants To Rock And Roll

13. Brick By Brick

14. Livin' On The Edge Of The Night


Track List: Instinct

1. Cold Metal

2. High On You

3. Strong Girl

4. Tom Tom

5. Easy Rider

6. Power & Freedom

7. Lowdown

8. Instinct

9. Tuff Baby

10. Squarehead


Track List: Blah-Blah-Blah

1. Real Wild Child (Wild One)

2. Baby It Can't Fall

3. Shades

4. Fire Girl

5. Isolation

6. Cry For Love

7. Blah-Blah-Blah

8. Hideaway

9. Winners & Losers

10. Little Miss Emperor


Track List: Zombie Birdhouse

1. Run Like A Villain

2. The Villagers

3. Angry Hills

4. Life Of Work

6. Ordinary Bummer

7. Eat Or Be Eaten

8. Bulldozer

9. Platonic

10. The Horse Song

12. Street Crazies


Track List: Party

1. Pleasure

2. Rock And Roll Party

3. Eggs On Plate

4. Sincerity

5. Houston Is Hot Tonight

6. Pumpin' For Jill

7. Happy Man

8. Bang Bang

9. Sea Of Love

10. Time Won't Let Me

11. Speak To Me

12. One For My Baby


Track List: Soldier

1. Loco Mosquito

2. Ambition

3. Knocking 'Em Down (In The City)

4. Play It Safe

5. Get Up & Get Out

6. Mr. Dynamite

7. Dog Food

8. I Need More

9. Take Care Of Me

10. I'm A Conservative

11. I Snub You

12. Low Life

13. Drop A Hook


Track List: New Values

1. Tell Me A Story

2. New Values

3. Girls

4. I'm Bored

5. Don't Look Down

6. The Endless Sea

7. Five Foot One

8. How Do Ya Fix A Broken Part

9. Angel

10. Curiosity

11. African Man

12. Billy Is A Runaway

13. Chains

14. Pretty Flamingo


Track List: TV Eye: 1977 (Live)

1. T.V. Eye (Live)

2. Funtime (Live)

3. Sixteen (Live)

4. I Got A Right (Live)

5. Lust For Life (Live)

6. Dirt (Live)

7. Nightclubbing (Live)

8. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Live)


Track List: Lust For Life

1. Lust For Life

2. Sixteen

3. Some Weird Sin

4. The Passenger

5. Tonight

6. Success

7. Turn Blue

8. Neighborhood Threat

9. Fall In Love With Me


Track List: The Idiot

1. Sister Midnight

2. Nigthclubbing

3. Funtime

4. Baby

5. China Girl

6. Dum Dum Boys

7. Tiny Girls

8. Mass Production


Track List: Metallic K.O.: The Original 1976 Album

1. Raw Power (1976 Remaster)

2. Head On (1976 Remaster)

3. Gimme Danger (1976 Remaster)

4. Rich B**ch (1976 Remaster)

5. C**k In My Pocket (1976 Remaster)

6. Iggy Talks (1976 Remaster)

7. Louie Louie (1976 Remaster)


Track List: Let's Boot And Rally (Single)


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mr ostenberg is the real deal z"I told my band mate in 1970z"
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1.kiss your left hand
2.say your crush name
3.close your hand
4.say a weekday
5.say your name your hand
7.If you post this on 15 comments your crush will tell you they like and want to date you on the day you picked
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Iggy has always been the MAN when it comes to no-compromis e - I'll do/say what I feel and you may avert your eyes or dive in - PUNK. From Ypsi to Detroit to NYC to London to Paris and back again,

I remember him with the Stooges playing at the Grande Ballroom in Detroit around the same era as the MC5 and Alice Cooper, a year or two after another Detroiter, Mitch Ryder, had taught the genre how to scream!

And of all of them, Iggy Pop was the MAN.
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choose life
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T just f hmmm often jj ft if th h Chubb Garth egg j
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Saw Iggy last night at the amazing show great energy and antics LOVED IT!
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Live in Detroit, circa late 70's, blow job 3rd row, some girl loved c#@k. security took her out because a dumb a** admitted it wasn't anyone's girl friend. Skatefish opened... Good times..
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Listen to Iggy and then tell me that The Offspring and Green Day are punk. If that's punk then Henry Rollins and The Dead Kennedys are easy listening.
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one of the greatest front men in rock history
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the godfather of punk
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I Wanna Be Your Dog C**k in My Pocket, lets not forget Iggy invented stage diving, while high as a kite
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alabastervil l i s 0
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Yeah I thought it was so cool that David Bowie would put a song on his album so Iggy could have a paycheck every month because you know David sold a lot albums
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the godfather of the greatest genre
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Pandora took the lyrics out of the music, let alone not informing us the lyrics were being removed . One of the reasons I signed up for Pandora is because they provided Lyrics. We need more people to post a demand for lyrics. " NO FUN!!" PANDORA, "U TOOK THE FUN OUT OF EVERYTHING." ronaldross03 3 0 @ g m a i l . c o m
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doesn't he kind of remind you of Anthony Kiedis?
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Iggy Pop is a rock legend!!!�� love the song candy
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Another UNDER RATED American ROCK LEGEND grandpa 9f punk
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Ole Zim's Wagon Shed, Fremont, OH 1967
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Piggy Poop. One of the few artists in the 70s that wasn't a total f*g, like Bowie, going around blowing dudes.
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wtf how did I get here
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This is how you get a virus. And prove your stupidity. 1st. Go to BLUDOS.COM 2nd. Click on start today 3rd. Let your antivirus tell you they detect something odd with this domain, but disregard it because who cares about malware? 4th. Thank the idiots for posting the link.
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Capt. Morgan's rum
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Iggy, would you pleeeeaaase play a show in New Orleans? It's been 19 years already!
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Awesome to see him on TV playing for the Colbert Report. A true trend setter and musical visionary.
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Excuse me Mr. Pop. We're gonna have to ask you to put your shirt back on. Sorry, but you're scaring the children. You do know this is a Chucky Cheese restaurant don't you? Oh, that is a shirt? I've never seen a shirt made of jerky before. Never mind...
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Spine tingling Iggy 300. That Anthony clown in RHCP wishes he could be as cool as Iggy.
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Hope everyone got to see Iggy on The Cobert Report. He's still ultra-fab!
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Love Iggy! But I'm pretty sure the person who wrote his biography for Pandora made an error. I was under the impression Iggy Pop was born on April 20 not April 21.
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love iggy - one of a kind hard rocker!
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Captain Morgan's Rum commercial
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Im a streetwalkin g cheetah with a heart pumpin napalm im the runaway son of the nuclear A-bomb! F**kin Iggy
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Can anyone advise me on how to obtain Iggy's signature on my Electra label vinyl copy of The Stooges? I've enjoyed Iggy for years! (I'm 58 and from Berkley MI).
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I wanna be your dog!
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Iggy's another great one from Michigan.
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The REAL deal.
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guys, iggy may be a badass, but there is only one God. iggy pop is not it. hate to break your hearts, but its true.
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guys like hime just bring back that old nihilistic punk rock sprit...good tunes, good attitude, this is the way punk was meant to be with the exception of the sex pistols and sid vicious who also inspires me.
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Iggy didn't sell out, Bowie wrote those songs !
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The lyrics for Repo Man they have on this site are very inaccurate. I really appreciate Iggy Pop the musician and performer but he did sell out: Lust for Life was on every Carnival Cruise commercial. He either sold it to them or he lost the rights to the song and it was sold without his consent. I hope the latter is true. Why do rich rock legends need to pad their wallets with corporate money?
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1979 cleveland agora God of punk then and always.
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Heroin and Iggy Pop, goes together like PB&J
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dudes out there no comprimise
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My fav punk artist. Dude's a master.
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iggy was there before it all began and he'll be there after. iggy just won't die
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15 years ago people used to feel bad for the grand daddy of punk not getting the credit. That was 15 years ago. Today it is good to see IGGY is the man.
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Thats a lot of cleavage.
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he makes me happy
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