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Iggy and The Stooges
Death Trip

Don't know what Iggy is doing on that cover art but the chairs gone over and he's made a bit of a mess. Death Trip wasn't an official Iggy and the Stooges album but a collection of recordings of rehearsals leading up to their debut Raw Power. If some of the recordings sound suspiciously like the album versions then... well it's still a tantalising document of there the band were at in '73. 
  • Vinyl LP (EVA101LP)
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  • Coloured vinyl

Iggy Pop
New values

New Values by Iggy Pop was originally released in 1979. It was his third solo album and first album of his post-Stooges ouvre, apart from Raw Power, not to feature any input from David Bowie. Nevertheless, this is a bit of classic featuring tracks such as Five Foot One and I’m Bored.
  • Vinyl LP (MOVLP1550C)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Iggy Pop
Free

Living legend Iggy Pop has been dogged by insecurity all his life. The process of making and touring his last album, 2016’s Post Pop Depression, helped him with this. He wanted to feel free, so he allowed that feeling to take over, and Free, his 19th solo album, developed from there. It is different in tone to its predecessor, finding Iggy in a pensive and solemn mood.

Iggy Pop
Zombie Birdhouse

Iggy’s sixth solo album is getting a reissue for the first time since its 1982 release. Produced by Blondie’s Chris Stein, the vinyl will contain sleeve notes written by Irvine Welsh. Zombie Birdhouse sees Iggy at his monologuing best, spinning tales over a mix of Afrobeat, drone and chugging guitars. Also featuring an unseen version of ‘Pain and Suffering’ with Debbie Harry singing backup.

Iggy Pop
Bookies Club 870

Iggy Pop was recorded by a local radio station at Bookies Club 870 in Detroit. This album has only ever been available as a bootleg, but now the recording of the gig, from September 26th 1980, is available as a bona fide LP and CD for the first time, speed corrected and restored audio. Iggy blasts through solo classics such as Lust For Life and Nightclubbing and throws in some Stooges classics such as I Wanna Be Your Dog and Search & Destroy for good measure. Double LP and CD on Easy Action.

Iggy Pop
Post Pop Depression: Live At The Royal Albert Hall

Not only do we get a ferocious new album from James Newell Osterberg Jr., AKA Iggy Pop,  but we have been blessed with an even more unhinged performance of this killer material at the Royal Albert Hall. Post Pop Depression: Live At The Royal Albert Hall is three vinyl LPs and a 16 page booklet of exactly that. 

The Stooges
Funhouse

Rarely, if ever, has the spirit and sound of rock’n’roll been distilled to such perfection. Iggy, the Asheton brothers and bassist Dave Alexander present a model of semi-improvised heavy psychedelic rock here. Loose and T.V. Eye are irresistible, but things get further out when Steve Mackay’s sax appears on the title track. After that, there’s nowhere to go but the insane chaotic blow-out of L.A. Blues. Unimpeachable!

Iggy Pop
Apollo

This 10” contains versions of everyone’s two favourite songs from Iggy Pop’s Lust For Life album (the title track and The Passenger), recorded live in 1977 at a concert in Manchester’s Apollo. These fiery performances have never previously been issued in full form, and punchy audio is housed within a sleeve that boasts a muscular pin-up image of Iggy. Nice. On Easy Action.

Iggy Pop
TV Eye: 1977

The Iggy Pop himself, recorded live in concert during 1977, the same year as both The Idiot and Lust for Life and so at the absolute peak of his solo powers. TV Eye: 1977 is full of fierce performances from Iggy and his band, which includes a certain David Bowie on keyboards and vocals on a few tracks. Reissued by Universal.

The Stooges
Highlights From The Fun House Sessions

Whilst recording their 1970 album Fun House, The Stooges used 13 reels of tape, taking only the last one for the album that was released. Released on CD in 1999, now made available on vinyl for the first time you can listen to a compilation of the other twelve tapes, with lots of alternative takes, loads of chatter as well as a 17 minute take of L.A. Blues.
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The Stooges
Heavy Liquid (The Album)

Phwoar, rare material from The Stooges! Heavy Liquid is a document of what went on in the studio around the time the band were recording their mighty Raw Power, and it consists of some truly ferocious proto-punk action, including a version of ‘Cock In My Pocket’. The Heavy Liquid double LP is released by Easy Action.

Iggy Pop
Lust For Life

Iggy’s second solo album came hot on the heels of the similarly Bowie-produced, but stylistically very different The Idiot (both 1977). With the Sales brothers on bass and drums and Carlos Alomar and Ricky Gardiner on guitars, this is much more of a rock album, but one that doesn’t at all resemble the Stooges. The title track and The Passenger are now almost omnipresent, but the record is full of delights - sleazy (Sixteen), daft (Success), or somewhere between comical and emotionally devastating (Turn Blue).

Various
Gimme Danger: The Story Of The Stooges - Music From The Motion Picture

Gimme Danger is Jim Jarmusch’s new documentary film about The Stooges, a band who I really don’t need to introduce you to. This Music From The Motion Picture release contains a tasty brace of Stooges classics, carefully selected to give an overview of the band’s story. The CD version also includes some cuts from other acts like The Iguanas and MC5. CD and LP editions on Rhino.
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Jeff Gold
TOTAL CHAOS: The Story of The Stooges / As Told By Iggy Pop

Music historian Jeff Gold’s new book lays The Story Of The Stooges in fascinating detail. Unlike some texts on the subject, this one was comes straight from the horse’s mouth, being the product of lengthy candid interviews with Iggy Pop himself. Needless to say, that guy makes for very entertaining reading, and Total Chaos will delight and inform in equal measure. Book from Jack White’s Third Man.
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James Williamson & Carolyn Wonderland (featuring The Stooges)
Open Up & Bleed / Gimme Some Skin


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Iggy & The Stooges
Rough Power


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Iggy Pop & The Stooges
Rough Power


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The Stooges
The Stooges

Garage rock legends the Stooges unleashed their raucous self titled debut onto an unsuspecting world in the otherwise flowery and peaceful year of 1969.  it contains several of their classic songs including I Wanna Be Your Dog and No Fun. You'd have thought critics would have flipped but it was met with a lot of disdain at the time being described as 'stupid' and a step back in a music scene that was moving terrifyingly towards progressive rock. Little did they know that it's thrilling raw power (see what I did there?) would be a major influence on punk rock.