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Iggy Pop: Coming Through Slaughter

Edwin Pouncey, Wire, The, November 1999

Where lesser rock gods have become overweight and obsolete, Iggy Pop endures. In Miami, prompted by the bitter-sweet musings of his 13th album, he reflects on the self-destructive brilliance of The Stooges, high times with Bowie in Berlin, and his lean later years. Words: Edwin Pouncey.

Total word count of piece: 7425

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