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Naughty Little Doggie [Explicit Lyrics]

Iggy Pop Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (26 Feb 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000000WAM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 144,828 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3.0 out of 5 stars disappointing but he's done far worse 4 Dec 2007
By freewheeling frankie TOP 500 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
This album followed Iggy's best 2 albums since the late 70s (Brick By Brick and American Caesar) so although it has its moments it was pretty depressing. Opener I Wanna Live is pretty good, though not truly great if you are foolish enough to compare it to Iggy's greatest achievements. But it blasts in on a decent riff with Iggy almost sounding like he's trying to imitate Alice Cooper - not a criticism. The lascivious, thoroughly un-PC but in no way nasty Pussy Walk is one of Iggy's spoken word efforts over a jaunty, swinging riff, with sung choruses; it's by far the best thing on here (in fact one of the best things he's done in the last 30 years) and very funny. Shoeshine Girl has some nice Black Mountain Side-esque acoustic guitar, a good tune and decent lyric and is only slightly let down by the vocal.

Unfortunately that's about it. The rest of it is nowhere near the worst record Iggy's made, it's just not very interesting; it's well produced and he had a very good band at the time so it's a pleasant background listen, most of the songs are superficially decent - but they just don't hold up to serious scrutiny. So if you must have everything good Iggy ever did then you need this for those three tracks. Otherwise I wouldn't bother.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Still Playing The Game 30 July 2010
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Listen, it's not going to change the world but there's enough here to satisfy any Iggy fan. After the eclectic and brilliant Brick by Brick and American Caesar, he had to have a rest. This is Iggy at his dumbest and that's no bad thing. The band kick, the production is suitably up-front and he'll make you smile on more than one occasion. What any women thinks of 'Pussy Talk' is open to question but most men, whilst expressing their disagreement, would knowingly nod that he's got them right again. Three star Iggy is better than most and can be taken with ease at the right time. A rocker.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Iggy historians- reavaluate this album! 26 April 2007
By L Salisbury - Published on
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In all three of the recent Iggy biographies- "Open Up & Bleed" by Paul Tryanka, "Gimmie Danger" by Joe Ambrose and (best of all) "Complete Iggy Pop" by Richard Adams- "Naughty Little Doggie" is given a sub par write up, usually dismissing it as "dull". NOT SO! True, this album is by no means, another "Funhouse", "Raw Power" or "Lust For Life" but, in 1996, it was the most energetic album he'd dome since any of those. And, yes, this was primarily Iggy's attempt to cash in on the Grunge scene (which he created with "Funhouse") but he succeeded!

Iggy's second-best album of the 90s ("Brick By Brick" was the best) "Doggie" has some of his most powerfull (musically & lyrically) songs: "I wanna live", "innocent world", "to belong", "heart is saved" and the eerie balleds "outta my head", "shoeshine girl" and the Johnny Thunder memorial "look away". Not just for Iggy completists! Give this CD another listen!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Stripped down, raw 'n' dirty rockage from the Ig 25 Oct 2003
By Chris Edwards - Published on
Format:Audio CD
"Naughty Little Doggie" is one of Iggy Pop's more underrated albums, but is a gem, nonetheless. Thom Wilson's production eschews much of the commercial/radio-ready sound of the previous two albums ("Brick by Brick" and "American Caesar") and sounds a lot like a late-70s era punk rock record. Iggy's songwriting is great, par usual, with paeans to the usual suspects--sex, eternal youth, drugs, consumerism.... The sung/spoken piece "Pussy Walk" is classic Iggy--coming from anybody else, it would sound incredibly crude/cheesy, but coming from rock & roll's celebrated "dirty old man" it really works, and so does the fist-pumping "Heart is Saved," "I Wanna Live" and the vaguely Ramones-y "Keep on Believing." A very strong album.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of his best 2 Nov 2006
By B. Coulter - Published on
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This CD rocks all the way through. One of Iggy's best. Raw guitar, vulgar lyrics, great riffs. Buy It!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Solid album 17 May 2003
By A Customer - Published on
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"Naughty Little Doggie" is a very decent album by Iggy after his previous work, the great "American Caesar". If you like records such as "Instinct" or "Raw Power", you'll get a kick out of this one. Iggy sounds very good and it's a very solid album. The production level is great, one of the best in any album by Iggy. If you enjoy listening good, sincere and confrontational rock, then this album is for you. Play it loud and challenge your neighbours with it.
2.0 out of 5 stars On the right track.. 15 Mar 2012
By Kevin Brock - Published on
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Naughty Little Doggie is Iggy's return to a more hard rock sound after taking a detour with his terrible Bowie/Glam/New Wave phase. The problem is the album lacks aggression. Its not raw and angry and powerful like RAW POWER. In fact, its really boring and bland. But it put Iggy back on track and in 2001 he recorded his hard, nasty, aggressive masterpiece BEAT EM UP!
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