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1 review »Following the demise of the Stooges in 1974, Iggy Pop and James Williamson laid down a set of demos in the hopes of attracting record labels and getting Iggy Pop a record deal. The result is Kill City, which included fully-developed post-'Raw Power' material, such as the moving 'I Got Nothin'' and ' ... »

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Kill City by Iggy Pop & James Williamson
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6/10 gbar Customer review, 16th May 2017

Following the demise of the Stooges in 1974, Iggy Pop and James Williamson laid down a set of demos in the hopes of attracting record labels and getting Iggy Pop a record deal. The result is Kill City, which included fully-developed post-'Raw Power' material, such as the moving 'I Got Nothin'' and 'Johanna', while the title track and 'Beyond the Law' gave us solid evidence that Iggy could still kick it as one of rock's finest vocalists (which is astonishing considering that he recorded them while on leave from a mental hospital at the time). The sound quality on Kill City is surprisingly decent for a mid-1970s demo, but it's fair to say none of the material here can measure up to the heights of the Stooges or indeed his eventual solo career. The Bomp! label picked out the best eight tracks out of the original eleven and have compiled them on a 10", and while it may not be on par with his actual solo debut Lust For Life, it makes for a quite intriguing prologue to his solo work.


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