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Stooges Storm Sin City

Live Review by Anne Moore, Creem, July 1970

(While the Stooges were out on the West Coast to do their second album, they decided to play a couple of gigs. The first was ...

The Stooges: Raw Power Revisited

Interview by Fred Mills, Detroit Metro Times, August 2005

Warning: The following article does not constitute an endorsement of current phonographic products. – Editor ...

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The Stooges: The Pavilion, Flushing Meadow Park, Queens

Live Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times, The, September 1969

Stooges, Rock Group, Prefers To Accent Roll – and Squirm ...

The Stooges: The Stooges (Elektra)

Review by Lenny Kaye, Fusion, September 1969

I WAS ONCE thinking of doing a piece on Blue Cheer where I wanted to show, through all sorts of diagrams and convoluted logic, that ...

Watch the Freak: Iggy Pop

Report by Mike Jahn, New York Times, The, April 1970

IGGY POP – magnificent name, much better than Jim, which is really his name – is on national television. He is lead singer in a ...

The Stooges: The Incredible Story

Special Feature by Dave Marsh, ZigZag, December 1970

THERE'S A SAD possibility that people are on the verge of discovering, exploiting and generally going on about the Detroit Sound (like they did with ...

The Stooges: Fun House (Elektra).

Review by Roy Hollingworth, Melody Maker, December 1970

NEXT TO GRAND Funk Railroad, this is the worst album I've heard this year. In truth it's a muddy load of sluggish, unimaginative rubbish heavily ...

Iggy & The Stooges: Kingsound (King's Cross Cinema), London

Live Review by Rosalind Russell, Disc and Music Echo, July 1972

IGGY AND the Stooges made their first performance in over a year on Saturday night, Sunday morning. Despite the event happening in the dead of ...

An Initiation Into Iggy Pop

Profile by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, July 1972

For those who think Bowie a trifle lame... ...

Detroit's Rock Culture

Overview by Lester Bangs, Phonograph Record, December 1972

DETROIT, FOUNDED in 1736 by a turncoat (to both sides) halfbreed Indian named Quazimodo from the Kuitee tribe which dwelled circa 1670-1777 on the shores ...

Iggy & The Stooges: Raw Power (Columbia)

Review by Dave Marsh, Creem, March 1973

Iggy in Exile: Love in the Fire Zone ...

The Stooges: Raw Power

Review by Ben Edmonds, Phonograph Record, March 1973

ONE OF MY EARLIEST and most special memories is of sitting in front of a big television on a very early weekend morning watching a ...

Iggy Pop: Raw Power

Review by Lenny Kaye, Rolling Stone, May 1973

THE IG. Nobody does it better, nobody does it worse, nobody does it, period. Others tiptoe around the edges, make little running starts and half-hearted ...

Iggy and The Stooges: Raw Power (CBS); Dean Martin: Sittin' On Top Of The World (WEA)

Review by Jonathon Green, International Times, June 1973

Punk drunk junk ...

The Stooges: The Apotheosis Of Every Parental Nightmare

Profile by Lester Bangs, Stereo Review, July 1973

THE BIGGEST TREND on the rock circuit this year is decadence. ...

Mike Oldfield: Tubular Bells; Iggy And The Stooges: Raw Power

Review by Simon Frith, Let It Rock, August 1973

SOME RECORDS GET so much critical attention that I can’t listen to them blind, can’t ignore other opinions. So, according to John Peel Tubular Bells ...

Iggy and the Stooges: At the Whisky a Go Go, Hollywood

Live Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Phonograph Record, October 1973

The Stooges have made the Comeback of the Year, no doubt about it, and their energized stay at the Whisky sealed it. The night before ...

Iggy Pop: Iggy Breaks Out Of His Cage

Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, October 1973

IGGY POP swam out to sea, his wiry frame floating over the waves of Manhattan Beach, his dyed blonde head bobbing along the ripples, his ...

Iggy & The Stooges: Pop Loses Sparkle: Whiskey Club, Los Angeles

Live Review by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, November 1973

LOS ANGELES: How low can rock and roll sink? This is a question that can never be answered as new depths will always be found ...

The Stooges: The Academy of Music, New York NY

Live Review by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, February 1974

N.Y. – Certainly not Kiss, a local band who remind of Black Sabbath, not Teenage Lust despite the scanty garb of the Lustettes, not even ...

The Stooges, Dolls et al: First Annual Hollywood Street Revival & Trash Dance, Hollywood Palladium

Live Review by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, December 1974

THAT'S WHAT THEY called it, and if one were to believe the advance publicity, which spread by word of mouth through the Hollywood environs like ...

MC5/Stooges: Panic in Detroit

Report by Mick Farren, New Musical Express, December 1974

THOSE FUN lovers from the motor city, the Stooges and the MC5, are winding up for another rampage. Of course, we've heard tales like this ...

Iggy Pop: The Mighty Pop vs. the Hand of Blight

Special Feature by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, May 1975

Never before told! The story of a brilliant monster called IGGY POP, whose life and countless near-demises have provided Rock with one of its most ...

Iggy And The Stooges: Metallic K.O. (Skydog) ****

Review by Giovanni Dadomo, Sounds, September 1975

Crass, conceited, vulgar and unpleasant. Also quite unique.  ...

Danny Fields: The Fields Connection

Interview by Giovanni Dadomo, Sounds, July 1977

The Doors, MC5, Iggy & The Stooges, John Cale, Lou Reed, Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers and The Ramones — without them the last ten years of ...

James Williamson: Real Time Musician From Kill City

Interview by Jon Savage, Sounds, February 1978

A PHONE CONSERVATION with James Williamson at his present home in Claremont, half-an-hour outside Los Angeles. Mainly to talk about the newly released 1975 Pop/Williamson ...

The Stooges: No Fun (Elektra)

Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, August 1980

POINTLESS, PERHAPS so late as to be irrelevant, maybe. An opportunity missed, certainly. No Fun is all these things, I guess, but it does provide ...

Stooges Reissues

Review by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, 1994

The Stooges (Elektra)Fun House (Elektra) FUN HOUSE is, no contest, the greatest rock'n'roll album of all time. And its prequel, The Stooges, is the tremor ...

The Stooges: Night of the Iguana

Retrospective by Paul Trynka, MOJO, May 1995

When Iggy Pop fled to New York in 1971 he was a rock pariah. Then came a notorious photoshoot and a rebirth. ...

Iggy & The Stooges: Raw Power

Retrospective by Jon Savage, Dazed & Confused, 1997

ONE HUGE problem with 1997 is not that rock groups are everywhere but that they are almost without exception over-promoted, overindulged and half-baked. ...

Iggy Pop: Coming Through Slaughter

Interview by Edwin Pouncey, Wire, 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 ...

The Stooges Deliver A Real Cool Time

Live Review by Edward Helmore, Independent, The, August 2003

The Stooges, Jones Beach Theatre, New York ...

Iggy & The Stooges: Wild Love (Bomp!)

Review by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, April 2004

BOMP RECORDS' exquisitely lo-lo-fi Iguana Chronicles proudly soldiers forward with this hour's-plus of rehearsal tapes from the Stooges' glory daze pre- (and possibly even post-) ...

The Stooges: Real Cool Time

Retrospective by Fred Mills, Harp, September 2005

"MUDDY, BRUTAL, ecstatic music that grabbed anyone in its path roughly by the scruff of the neck and hurled them headlong into the very wilderness ...

Iggy Pop And The Stooges: Hammersmith Apollo, London

Live Review by Nick Hasted, Independent, The, September 2005

SEEING THE STOOGES' name on the one-time Hammersmith Odeon's marquee, 30 years after they split, feels like an eerie warp in time. When the band ...

Iggy Pop: Meet Ze Monster

Retrospective by Paul Trynka, MOJO, April 2007

How shy, preppy James Osterberg built himself an alter ego that would allow him to dominate, ingest and fornicate at will. And how, in turn, ...

The Stooges: Return To The Fun House

Retrospective and Interview by Keith Cameron, MOJO, April 2007

SCENES OF PRIMAL rock'n'roll hoopla are not the normal preserve of a Butlins holiday camp. Yet behind the stage of the Reds ballroom, next door ...

The Stooges: Kill City Dreaming

Interview by Bill Holdship, Detroit Metro Times, October 2009

Iggy Pop and James Williamson talk Raw Power, their rift and reunion, Ron Asheton and the glory that (still) is Detroit ...

see also Destroy All Monsters

see also Iggy Pop

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