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Iggy Pop – Lust for Life

Iggy Pop – Lust for Life

CD Posted on February 6, 2013 at 5 h 57 min
Iggy looked beyond the darkness of The Idiot and found the desperate need to rock and revel on Lust for Life (1977). He triumphs with that pounding title tune; The Passenger; Sixteen; Success; Some Weird Sin; Turn Blue , and more!

CD : Lust for Life

Artist : Iggy Pop

Genre : Alternative Rock

Time : 41:01
Issue : 08/09/1977
Producer :
Label : RCA/ Victor
UPC : 0077778615323
ASIN : B000000WH8
Iggy Pop - Lust for Life
Track List :
  1. Lust For Life - 5:13
  2. Sixteen - 2:26
  3. Some Weird Sin - 3:42
  4. The Passenger - 4:44
     
  1. Tonight - 3:40
  2. Success - 4:25
  3. Turn Blue - 6:56
  4. Neighborhood Threat - 3:25
  5. Fall In Love With Me - 6:30
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The relentless, driving drums and thunderous bass of the opening title track are the magic components that make it the best song Iggy Pop ever recorded without the Stooges. They're also why this is Iggy's best solo album--which also includes the ominously upbeat "The Passenger," with its hilariously ennui-filled, sing-along chorus ("La la la la la la la la la..."). As with Pop's first solo album, The Idiot, David Bowie has his hands all over the proceedings (if not somewhere else as well) as the producer, songwriter, and general overseer of Iggy the popstar. The record reached 28 on the U.K. charts. Of course, as the jagged, dark guitars on "Sixteen" and "Neighborhood Threat" make clear, Iggy's version of pop music is anything but conventional, and anything but bland. "Some Weird Sin" ("That's what I want...") could have been Iggy's theme song in 1977, heavy with innuendo and a dangerous joie de vivre. --Percy Keegan

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