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Iggy Pop - Kiss My Blood [DVD]
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Much more than just a concert, this movie captures for the first time on film the raw energy of the legendary Detroit Iguana. Bringing you nearly two hours of Raw Power at the Olympia, with songs from the Stooges period like 'Search and Destroy', 'I wanna be your dog', as well as songs created with David Bowie such as 'Lust for Life' and 'The Passenger'. Without a doubt, one of the single most legendary concerts caught on camera by the Godfather of punk! Filmed by Tim Pope (The Cure, David Bowie, Paul McCartney). Track List: 01 - Raw Power, 02 - 5 foot 1, 03 - Dirt, 04 - Loose, 05 - Lust for Life, 06 - China Girl, 07 - I got a right, 08 - Butt Town, 09 - Real Wild Child, 10 - My baby wants to R N' R, 11 - Neon Forest, 12 - Home, 13 - Brick by Brick, 14 - 1969, 15 - Candy, 16 - I wanna be your dog, 17 - No Fun, 18 - Search and Destroy, 19 - Down on the street, 20 - The Passenger, 21 - Louie Louie, 22 - Foxy Lady.
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Firstly, there are 22 tracks in the concert, but up until about half way through, 'Neon Forest' to be exact, in my opinion the sound felt somewhat muted. I don't know why. It was not to do with just turning up the TV volume either: I did that. Then suddenly, in that track, everything seems to click into place and the rest of the show is amazing. You get that shimmery metallic wall of sound that the Stooges used to get, and still did at Glastonbury.
Secondly, Iggy plays the guitar on too many tracks. It doesn't really contribute much, and let's face it, we all want to see him throwing himself around the stage like a possessed shaman and fooling around with the crowd as much as possible, don't we? Nobody, that's NOBODY, moves on stage like he does.
Those two quibbles apart, I highly recommend this dvd.