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Iggy Pop, Stooges, The: Iggy and the Stooges: Raw Power

Review and Interview by David Quantick, Jaan Uhelszki, Uncut, June 2010

Fine 3-CD reissue with live bootleg and much more ...

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

Special Feature by Nick Kent, NME, 3 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 Pop: Iggy Stardust – His Lust For Life

Interview by Chris Roberts, Sounds, 18 October 1986

"I think I am a little different upstairs, yeah. But so are a lot of people," admits the former King Stooge to one of his ...

Iggy Pop, The Stooges: James Williamson: Real Time Musician From Kill City

Interview by Jon Savage, Sounds, 25 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 ...

Iggy Pop, The Psychedelic Furs: Iggy Pop/Psychedelic Furs: Friars, Aylesbury

Live Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 9 February 1980

THREE BANDS shaped up as good value but that wasn't all. There was an unannounced surprise star guest – all the way from Vegas let's ...

Iggy Pop, The Stooges: Iggy & The Stooges: Raw Power (Columbia)

Review by Dave Marsh, Creem, March 1973

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

ABBA, Beatles, The, John Cale, Elvis Costello, Fleetwood Mac, George Harrison, Libertines, The, Megadeth, Oasis, Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, Simon & Garfunkel, Bruce Springsteen: Writing To Reach You

Overview by Graeme Thomson, Word, The, March 2012

Because sometimes the only way musicians can actually talk to each other is by writing songs ...

Iggy Pop: The Discreet Charm of Iggy Pop

Interview by Roy Trakin, New York Rocker, December 1979

Mr. and Mrs. Osterberg's favorite (and only) son learns 'tis better to consume than to be consumed, or "They call me Mister Pop." ...

Iggy Pop: World's Most Forgotten Boyo Discovered Performing Alternative Service For The Bourgeoisie

Comment by Richard Riegel, Creem, March 1981

COMING, ON your own TV, sometime around 1986: A loud, but dry, staccato male voice opens the commercial: "Do you remember those thrilling days when ...

Iggy Pop, Runaways, The, Hollywood Stars, The, New Order (US), The: The LA Rock Explosion

Overview by Phast Phreddie Patterson, New York Rocker, February 1976


Iggy Pop, The Stooges: The Stooges: Kill City Dreaming

Interview by Bill Holdship, Detroit Metro Times, 7 October 2009

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


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