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Iggy PopHippodrome, Paris 1977 ... LP
Culture Factory, 1977. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... $29.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited green vinyl pressing, still in shrink with obi.)

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✨✧ Iggy PopLust For Life ... LP
RCA, 1977. Very Good+ ... $39.99
Iggy Pop may have left The Stooges behind, but he's lost none of his edge – and really finds a new level of solo greatness on this sublime classic from the 70s! The set was produced by David Bowie, who also plays piano on the set – and has Carlos Alamar adding in some guitar – and the overall sound has that raw Berlin mode you might find on some of he headiest tracks on Heroes – kind of "Joe The Lion" meets the gritty truth of Iggy's Detroit! The title cut is maybe the best-known Iggy Pop tune ever – used in countless films and commercials – but the whole thing's great, and a brilliant new focus for Mr Pop's genius. Titles include "Lust For Life", "The Passenger", "Some Weird Sin", "Neighborhood Threat", "Success", "Fall In Love With Me", and "Turn Blue". LP, Vinyl record album
(80s EU pressing, NL 82488, appears to have been signed on front!)

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Iggy PopZombie Birdhouse (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Animal/Caroline, 1982. New Copy (reissue)... $24.99 25.99
A pivotal album from Iggy Pop – a set that's done with lots of fuzzy guitar production from Chris Stein, in a way that shows plenty of his influence on the music – but with a feel that's plenty Iggy overall! The record represents a strong bridge between the Bowie-produced years and that crossover sound that would make Pop huge at the end of the 80s – almost like he's trying out catchier hooks and bolder rhythmic patterns, yet without going for any commercial modes at all. There's a roughness to the whole proceedings that's really compelling – especially when Iggy tries to sing more than shout or speak – and titles include "Angry Hills", "Run Like A Villain", "Eat Or Be Eaten", "Bulldozer", "Platonic", "The Horse Song", "Street Crazies", and "Watching The News". LP, Vinyl record album

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Underworld & Iggy PopTeatime Dub Encounters –Bells & Circles/Trapped/I'll See Big/Get Your Shirt ... 12-inch
Caroline, 2018. Near Mint- (pic cover)... $14.99
... 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Clear vinyl pressing.)

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✨✧ Iggy PopZombie Birdhouse ... CD
Animal/Caroline, 1982. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A pivotal album from Iggy Pop – a set that's done with lots of fuzzy guitar production from Chris Stein, in a way that shows plenty of his influence on the music – but with a feel that's plenty Iggy overall! The record represents a strong bridge between the Bowie-produced years and that crossover sound that would make Pop huge at the end of the 80s – almost like he's trying out catchier hooks and bolder rhythmic patterns, yet without going for any commercial modes at all. There's a roughness to the whole proceedings that's really compelling – especially when Iggy tries to sing more than shout or speak – and titles include "Angry Hills", "Run Like A Villain", "Eat Or Be Eaten", "Bulldozer", "Platonic", "The Horse Song", "Street Crazies", and "Watching The News". CD
Also available Zombie Birdhouse (180 gram pressing) ... LP 24.99
 
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VariousAngkor Pop ... LP
Highly Bongable/Lion (Australia), 2018. New Copy ... $19.99
Not a selection of pop music from Angkor, but instead a Cambodian tribute to Iggy Pop – served up here in a selection of contemporary recordings from that scene, each of which offers up a different vision of the famous shirtless one! Most of the songs are covers of tracks that Iggy recorded on his own, or with The Stooges – and while there's definitely a strong inspiration from the originals, the execution maybe feels more like the music of that 80s generation who were so taken with Iggy's music, then made their own version of fuzz and frenzy. Titles include "Gimme Danger" by Nightmare AD, "No Fun" by The Schkoots, "The Passenger" by Cambodian Space Project, "I'm Bored" by Kampot Playboys, "Wanna Be Your Dog" by Doch Chkae, "Funtime" by The Bat Bangers, and "TV Eye "by Professor Kinski. LP, Vinyl record album

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Prime Movers Blues BandPrime Movers Blues Band ... CD
Modern Harmonic, Mid 60s. New Copy ... On November 29, 2019
Features a young James Osterberg – aka Iggy Pop! CD

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Prime Movers Blues BandPrime Movers Blues Band ... LP
Modern Harmonic, Mid 60s. New Copy ... On November 29, 2019
Features a young James Osterberg – aka Iggy Pop! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ StoogesStooges ... CD
Elektra, 1969. Used ... Just Sold Out!
A record that no home should be without – and a stunning set that still carries all the raw power it did way back in 1969! The album's an apocalyptic vision of the future – a future it helped to shape, give its influence over the years – and from start to finish, the whole thing is brilliant – from the raw energy of the band, to the sneering lyrics of Iggy Pop, to the perfect production by John Cale – who's opening up a whole new side of his genius with his studio work here. The set begins with the boldly declarative "1969" – maybe one of our favorite Stooges songs ever – then moves into the landmark "I Wanna Be Your Dog", over to the ten minute freakout of "We Will Fall", to the classic "No Fun", through the cuts "Real Cool Time", "Ann", "Not Right", and "Little Doll". Imitated by many, but never done this well again – and a record that will most likely still be blowing the minds of our grandkids! CD

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VariousA2 – An A-Square Compilation ... LP
Ace/Third Man, Late 60s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $20.99 27.98
A great look at the Michigan scene before things broke big on labels like Elektra and Columbia – rare early recordings from the A Square label – some of them never issued at the time, and together a perfect portrait of that amazing new sound that was coming from Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Beyond! There's definitely a few points here that really resonate with the Elektra releases of 1968 and 1969 – and there's some other material that's a bit more gritty and garagey, but which works well with the rest. Titles include an early pre-Stooges track with Iggy Pop – "I'm A Man" by The Prime Movers – plus early MC5 material, on "Looking At You" and "Border Line" – plus "I'm So Glad" and "Get The Picture" by The Scot Richard Case, "Somehow" and "Time Of The Season" by Thyme, "Stranded In The Jungle" and "Tired Of Waiting For You" by The Apostles, "Get Down" by Half Life, "Mystery Man" by Dick Wagner & The Frost, and "Just Like An Aborigine" by The Up. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ TroggsFrom Nowhere/Trogglodynamite ... CD
Polygram/BGO (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A pair of stunning early albums from The Troggs – back to back on a single CD! First up Is From Nowhere – raw rock genius from The Troggs – their debut album, in fact – a set that begins with the pivotal, pummeling "Wild Thing" – and follows with loads of killer tracks that should have been just as huge! That brittle, shrapnel-inflected guitar tone and lumbering bass groove will sound fantastic until the end of time – and as happy as Iggy Pop is to tell anyone who'll listen how important this stuff was to the early Stooges ouvre, there's ample first hand evidence here – especially in the too cool to care vocals! Titles include "Ride Your Pony", "The Kitty Cat Song", "Evil", "Jaguar And Thunderbird", "Jingle Jangle", "Our Love Will Still Be There", and "Wild Thing". Trogglodynamite is an especially fantastic set – a record that's got all this raw, rauchy, almost nasty power – proto-punk garagey rock at its best, but also very much its own animal too! The drums are jagged, the guitar lines sharp as glass, and the vocals have a sneering charm that makes even the most simple lyrical turn sound even better than it might otherwise. Titles include "Little Queenie, "Meet Jacqueline", "Oh No", "Last Summer", "It's Over", "Cousin Jane", "Let Me Tell You Babe", and "I Want You To Come Into My Life". CD

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✨✧ ShindigIssue 95 ... Magazine
Shindig, 2019. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A young, fresh-faced (and shirt wearing!) Iggy Pop soars over the rest of The Stooges on the cover – for feature that looks back their legendary pre-70s era! Other features include Nigel Barker's forgotten Island sessions, the Japanese Jazz scene of the late 60s-80s, Love post-Forever Changes and Magma – plus an interview Francis Rossi on Status Quo, a look at The Blues Magoos' Psychedelic Lollipop and lots more – including a wealth of reviews! Magazine
 
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Carole & Sherry/Ziggy Gonzales/Tom King/Billy JohnEverybody's Twist Happy ... LP
Popside, Early 60s. Very Good+ ... $9.99
A better record than you might guess – filled with unusual singles from Riverside Records, including a few Latin bits too! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ David BowieAladdin Sane ... LP
RCA, 1973. Very Good ... $19.99
One of our favorite David Bowie albums ever! Aladdin Sane was a real turning point for Bowie – recorded on the heels of the tremendously popular Ziggy Stardust album, but really pushing the boundaries past the more straight-ahead rock and glam of that record. Instead of just sitting on his laurels, Bowie tripped out into a wilder, weirder world with this one – mixing together elements of some of the baroque arrangements of early records, with the meaner leaner sound of the 70s – populating the songs with freaks, weirdos, and odd characters that gave the whole thing a really creepy edge. The whole thing's an oft-overlooked gem that, to us, is truly one of Bowie's most magical moments – and titles include "Drive In Saturday", "Panic In Detroit", "Aladdin Sane", "Watch That Man", "The Jean Genie", "The Prettiest Star", "Time", and "Lady Grinning Soul". LP, Vinyl record album
(Early 80s black label pressing, AYL1-3890, in a non-gatefold barcode cover, with light wear.)

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✨✧ Mick RonsonOnly After Dark – The Complete Mainman Recordings (Slaughter On 10th Avenue/Play Don't Worry/1976 sessions/rarities) (4CD set) ... CD
RCA/Cherry Red (UK), Mid 70s. New Copy 4CD ... $29.99
Ziggy Stardust guitar genius Mick Ronson issued a pair of 70s albums on the David Bowie Mainman imprint for RCA – and both of those records are included here, plus a huge amount of never-issued tracks and bonus material too! First up is Slaughter On 10th Avenue – Mick Ronson's first and probably best solo album – an adventurous set of glam pop that's both weird and catchy, naturally featuring some fantastic guitar pyrotechnics. Fascinatingly, Ronson starts the record with a crooning cover of "Love Me Tender", with his recognizable riffs kicking in a bit after his plaintive vocals – but it's that kind of anything goes weirdness that makes the album loads of fun, kind of closer to Queen style pomp than Bowie's astral trailblazing. Titles include "Growing Up & I'm Fine", "Music Is Lethal", I'm The One" and the Richard Rodgers penned title tune. Next is Play Don't Worry – catchy glam pop from guitarist Mick Ronson – the blazing player best remembered for his work with Bowie, here blending punchy riffs and heavier sounds with bubbly hooks and playful production touches. Our favorite tunes showcase the heavy guitar fuzz, but the oddball cutesy songs are endearing in their strange way. Ronson kind of throws a bunch of stuff at the wall here, and the stuff that sticks gets you nodding your head and smiling at the more innocuous touches. Titles include "Billy Porter", "This Is For You", a weird, piano peppered cover of the Velvet Underground's "White Light/White Heat", "Empty Bed", "This Is For You", "Woman" and more. Both albums come with bonus tracks that include live tracks and rare demos, plus some outtakes and an interview too. CD3 features rare 1976 sessions – with titles that include "Hard Life", "Takin A Train", "I'd Give Anything To See You", "Hard Headed Woman", "Roll Like The River", "Angel No 9", and "Junkie For Your Love". CD4 features more rarities – tracks that include demo and live takes of material on CD3 – the live material of which was recorded in Buffalo in 1976. 60 tracks in all – and a nice booklet of notes! CD

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Weather GirlsBig Girls Don't Cry (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Columbia/Big Break (UK), 1985. Used ... $4.99
Soaring vocals from The Weather Girls, set to bouncy grooves that are equal parts soul and pop! Martha Wash and Izora Armstead have mighty vocal chops throughout – that bold duo approach they first crafted as Two Tons O Fun, and pushed even more strongly as The Weather Girls – set here to keyboard-heavy backings from Leon Pendarvis, who knows just where to put the best hooks in the grooves! Titles include "Well A Wiggy", "Lock Me Up", "No One Can Love You More Than Me", "Big Girls Don't Cry", "You Can Do It", "Laughter In The Rain", and "March". CD features bonus tracks – "Well A Wiggy (12" ext)" and "No One Can Love You More Than Me (12" ext)". CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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