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The Stooges were commercial failures. None of their albums charted in the top 100 on billboard. Sales through out their careers were minimal at best. In 40 years, they've never had an album go platinum...or even gold for that matter. They've never had a hit single. They've never been on TMZ (I'm guessing). But their iconic status is legendary. Inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame,
Artist: The Stooges Title: I Got A Right! Link Text: I Got A Right File Name: 1-05 I Got A Right!.mp3 Bitrate: 192 kbps Genre: Alternative & Punk Year: 1972
Iggy Pop has certain things in life figured out, and one of them is this: You don't attempt to go joke-for-joke with Stephen Colbert when you're on his show. Instead, Iggy, Colbert's guest last night, was just his leathery acid-casualty self during his interview segment with Colbert, and he gave his impression of Link Wray's "Rumble" guitar riff and explained his frequent shirtlessness like this: "The Pharaoh never wore a shirt." Makes sense! (Iggy, it bears mentioning, dressed for the show in a suit, but with the shirt completely open.) He and his Stooges also performed two songs from their [...]
Over the weekend, Iggy and the Stooges performed an intimate concert at New York City's Le Poisson Rouge, which was streamed online by NPR Music and WNYC's Soundcheck (watch the full replay here ). Rather than hit the road, however, the legendary outfit stuck around the Big Apple Monday evening for their first-ever appearance on The Colbert Report. In a slim suit and "almost a shirt", Iggy Pop sat down in Colbert's hot seat, where he regaled the host with tales of his first mugshot ("I [...]
Iggy and the Stooges Ready to Die Arts & Crafts México, 2013 Calificación: 7.0 Cómprenlo en: iTunes Texto: @lgking El tiempo es la única prueba que nadie puede superar. No importa las medidas que se tomen, por mucho que tratemos de escapar del tiempo es completamente imposible hacerlo. Tarde o temprano las arrugas se notarán, las canas saldrán [...]
In life there are rules, but flailing, kicking, and panting devilishly outside of those rules is Iggy Pop . The rest of us age; he doesn’t. We get fatter; he still looks like a rock ’n’ roll terminator draped in tight leather. Other musicians dull their edges as they grow older; Pop is still driven by his most primal of instincts. Pop might be a singular rock 'n' roll entity in his own right, but every good artist needs a muse, and the singer has always been at his freakishly vile best alongside The Stooges . Through [...]
Iggy & The Stooges live from NYC, Sunday evening. James Williamson does the Stupefied playlist on Tuesday!
NPR Music and WNYC's Soundcheck present a pretty special First Listen Live concert from Iggy & The Stooges, broadcast from New York City on Sunday, April 28, beginning at 5:00PM ET. Watch the group rip through songs from its new album Ready to Die which will be available on Tuesday, 4/30. Speaking of Tuesday, 4/30, I'm very proud to announce that Stooges' guitarist, James Williamson, has been generous enough to offer his playlist for Stupefaction's Stupefied playlist ! Yowza! Keep an eye [...]
Proto-punk deities Iggy & The Stooges have named their second reunion album Ready To Die , and I can't tell if they're trolling the universe by giving it the same title as the greatest rap album ever made or if Iggy Pop just has no idea who Biggie Smalls is. We've already posted the album's charged-up first single " Burn ," and now you can hear the entire 35-minute burst of nature-defying old-man energy below. Read More...
Quarenta anos depois da última vez que gravaram juntos ( Raw Power , 1973), o icónico Iggy Pop e o guitarrista James Williamson juntaram-se novamente e gravaram com o baterista original dos Stooges , Scott Asheton e o baixista Mike Watt (em substituição do falecido Ron Asheton) um novo álbum que não desilude os fãs de longos anos e provavelmente angariará uma nova legião de devotos. Os riffs inconfundíveis de Williamson e a voz agora cava e profunda de Iggy chegavam para fazer do álbum um sucesso. Mas para além disso, temos grandes malhas semeadas ao longo [...]
Garage Rock is making an amazing come back and Black Manila are riding that wave right into our earholes with their two new singles Shake that Thing and Hoverfly. Normally, I would chose the stronger of the two tracks and post about only one but they are too good to leave one out. In both songs, Black Manila's funky distorted guitar riffs remind me of The Stooges who Black Manila cites as influence. Anyways whether you are looking for a solid road trip song for your spring breaks or looking to have a Rock n Roll [...]
We have previously talked about Iggy Pop and the Stooges and their role (in the late 60s) of laying the groundwork for the Punk movement that would rise in the mid to late 70s. Somewhat forgotten in this timeline are the groups that carried the punk flag during the early 1970s. The Dictators were one of those groups and deserve a lot of credit for the survival of the Punk sound until the Punk revolution that would occur several years in the future. Today's Two'Fer Tuesday post highlights one of the Stooges' best songs, Search and Destroy, and [...]
If you’re not aware of the band Mudhoney , go educate yourself right now. Listen to their debut EP Superfuzz Bigmuff and then either their self-titled LP or Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge , because a) they’re great, and b) they represent the other side of the Seattle grunge scene that only Nirvana seems to be remembered from. Before them, Mudhoney were the biggest band to break out from the region – but then Nevermind [...]
After recently posting a video of The Stooges performing "1970" at The Goose Lake Festival, I just happened to find this over the weekend - also recently posted on YouTube. Almost two full hours of performance (including the Stooges footage), and amusing commentary by area residents, of the festival itself which took place August 7, 8, and 9, 1970, in Goose Lake, MI. If you've ever read Grit, Noise, and Revolution: The Birth of Detroit Rock 'n' Roll , you'll have an idea about the trouble referred to at the beginning - reportedly [...]
My SxSW overload begins with a show that happened at my favorite venue, The Mohawk . It was a limited entry kind of deal, badge and wristband only, no wristbands even got in - Iggy Pop and the Stooges with Japandroids . I had requested access to the NPR showcase featuring Nick Cave and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs . To think, SxSW has become the kind of event where seeing Iggy in a thousand person venue is a backup plan? Odd. Read on for thoughts and pics... [...]
Here's something you don't see everyday - synced color footage of the original Stooges in action, performing "1970", from the Funhouse album, circa 1970. According to the uploader, this footage was shot at the Goose Lake International Music Festival , Jackson, MI , and was sourced from the fan-compiled DVD, They Even Tried To Buy My Song - Iggy Pop 1969-1979 . Simply amazing! Hat tip to Dangerous Minds .
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