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The Stooges [Deluxe Edition] [Original recording remastered]

Iggy & The Stooges Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (15 Aug 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B0009SOFGI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 73,655 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. 1969
2. I Wanna Be Your Dog
3. We Will Fall
4. No Fun
5. Real Cool Time
6. Ann
7. Not Right
8. Little Doll
Disc: 2
1. No Fun
2. 1969
3. I Wanna Be Your Dog
4. Little Doll
5. 1969
6. I Wanna Be Your Dog
7. Not Right
8. Real Cool Time
9. Ann
10. No Fun

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Long before the raw power of punk icon Iggy Pop became legend, his first incarnation as Iggy Stooge of proto-punk trailblazers The Stooges roared into being. The essence of punk years before the genre existed, The Stooges' furious music was a howling, visceral, fuzztone-drenched, and unprecedented vortex of sound, as evidenced on their revolutionary self-titled, John Cale-produced 1969 debut album. Their bracing follow-up, Fun House portrayed their evolution into a fiercer, stronger band with Iggy's primal vocals and mad brilliance more potent than ever. Each immortal album is now remastered and twice as amazing with a second disc of rarities and previously unreleased tracks.

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2CD edition. Scorching 1969 debut from Iggy Pop & The Stooges newly remastered with bonus disc of outtakes.

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars absolutely scorching 8 Oct 2006
By freewheeling frankie TOP 500 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This expanded remaster of The Stooges' 1969 debut is extremely welcome both for the quality of the remaster (it sounds absolutely brilliant) and for the quality of some of the extra material on the second disc. The contents are basically split into three: the original album on CD1, some unused mixes by producer John Cale which start CD2, and a kind of alternative version of most of the album taking up the rest of CD2.

For anyone that's never heard this, the original album contains three of Iggy Pop's all-time classics in No Fun, I Wanna Be Your Dog and 1969. These and Ann were the only songs they had when they arrived at the studio; they filled out the rest of the album with three new songs written in one evening (Little Doll, Not Right and Real Cool Time) and the dirgey chant We Will Fall. The latter is a bit of a waste of space but while the first three songs mentioned are the greatest, the other four, especially Little Doll, are near-classics of proto-metal/grunge/whatever. The band had not been playing their instruments for very long, though they'd got pretty good by this time, but they were just bursting with youthful enthusiasm, especially guitarist Ron Asheton, whose playing, if not technically brilliant, is inspired, vicious and original.

For anyone that already has the album but is tempted by the additional material, I'd say there are two reservations: 1) they're basically the same performances; 2) the John Cale mixes are worth hearing once or twice but aren't as good as the ones on the original album - they're less powerful. These reservations, however, are completely blown out of the water by the rest of the material.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bridging the 60's and 70's 25 Jan 2004
Format:Audio CD
The thing that struck me about this album when I first heard it was how 'un-Iggy' it sounded. However it still sounds great. The opener "1969" is grunge meets Bo Diddley with Iggy drawling his lyrics before going into a screaming coda. The next track "I Wanna Be Your Dog" is pure classic Stooges, the relentless riff, thumping drums and Iggy's sexually driven vocals driving to a superb guitar solo , making it probably one of the must influential songs ever. The songs attracted many cover versions, most notably by Sid Vicious. The songs "Not Right" and "Real Cool Time" are the most straight ahead rockers here, and impossible to dislike. "Anne" slows the pace down a little, adding a strange spookiness to the proceedings. The centrepiece of the album is undoubtably "No Fun", a tour-de-force of the band sound. This attracted an almost identical cover from the Sex Pistols. What should have been the albums closer, but was bizzarly placed in the middle, is the 10minute opus "We Will Fall". Sounding strangely like the Velvet Underground (due to John Cale's production), the song features Cale's droning viola, reverb drenched tom-tom beats, and a 'Holy Grail' style monk chant all the way through. Truly a stoner's thing! All in all, despite it's faults this is an essential purchase for any fan of rock.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not Perfect But That's Why It's So Good 4 July 2005
Format:Audio CD
How to write and record an album in less than 24 hours. You don't get albums like that anymore. You certainly don't get a band covered with pimples in a studio with a producer in the calibre of John Cale.
Even more so when the songs are only half baked ideas. Back then, however, it was revolutionary. Nowdays, even with tons of pimples on your face, you're still expected to sound polished to death, and worse, with no pimples at all.
The great thing in writing and recording within 24 hours - like this one was - is that you can capture a very specific mood and sound. The benefits: it makes the album homogenous, and the improvisations help in making the result intersting even after 20 listens.
Immediate and raw - 'I Want To Be Your Dog' and 'No Fun' are easily amongst Iggy's best 10 songs ever.
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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Punked up without 'em. 26 Jan 2000
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Format:Audio CD
Self expression is hard to come by when you lack any talent or ability. This album just goes to show that with the smallest bit of ability, a pinch of skill and the simplest of chords and scales, something truly transcendent can be created. Hell, wasn't that what punk was all about? The bigger question is why do so many of these try hard musicians end up sounding so damn good? Lou Reed, Johnny Thunders, Richard Hell, Alan Vega and yes, even Iggy Pop and Ron Asheton. This album is just the b**locks. Every song burns with some of the greatest riffs created, lacking anything like the polish of fellow early stalwarts and riffmeisters Led Zepplin. Sounding ten times better also, for all their crudy roughness. Powerhouse drumming and Wah Wah noise to fry an egg on. Worth noting is the producer, none other than Welshman John Cale, bringing his noisy, avant garde sensibilties on the back of two other seminal, pre punk, Velvet Underground albums. This Album inspired many artists to pick up the guitar, learn a couple of chords and make music, including myself. This album hasn't aged a jot, unlike contempories The Doors, whose music The Stooges took to its logical conclusion, including Iggy's cavorting. Sound's fresher today than freshly caught fish, taken to the fresh market on freshday, and sold by Mr Fresh the fishmonger. Bow at the alter of apocalyptic guitar heaven.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Classic
This is a true marquee album. If you don't like it then you can't be into the genre in the first place. This is the ultimate album in the grunge era..
Published 12 months ago by Mr. Paul A. Ayres
5.0 out of 5 stars The Stooges
This is a great album, feels a little like the quiet before the storm that was Funhouse, although it's a far from quiet album.
Published 17 months ago by The Intergalactic Orangutan
5.0 out of 5 stars A classic improved upon with different versions
What can I say?
This album is a classic by itself, but with the additional versions it is a masterpiece!
Published 18 months ago by MajorTom
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy this cd!!!
A bit like Kings of Leon, only 1960's and Punk Rock. The Stooges are The Sex Pistols of America. Get this album, and you won't be disappointed!! Read more
Published 21 months ago by The Drake
5.0 out of 5 stars corker of a debut
When this album was released in 1969 it was too out there and ahead of its time,to get mainstream acceptance. Read more
Published 21 months ago by jeffers
4.0 out of 5 stars Flawed gem
I'm reviewing the The Stooges' original album, not the double disc reissue, which is surely of interest only to the serious collector. Read more
Published on 8 Oct 2011 by D. J. H. Thorn
4.0 out of 5 stars For the most part, fuzzed out guitar bliss
The Stooges' debut is full of hooks, married to fuzzy, distorted guitars. "I Wanna Be Your Dog" and "1969" in particular are classic guitar tracks and are worthy of any... Read more
Published on 16 Jun 2011 by Amazon Customer
1.0 out of 5 stars faulty product
It seems like those reviewing this have heard the album but not this version. The John Cale mixes are running at the wrong speed. Around 8-10% too slow making them unlistenable. Read more
Published on 12 Feb 2011 by Cable Hogue
4.0 out of 5 stars Moving On From Rock And Roll And The British Invasion.
This album shows how quickly music can change not very long after The Beatles and other British Invasion bands crossed the Atlantic. Read more
Published on 8 Feb 2011 by J. Thompson
3.0 out of 5 stars See you at Knebworth
Just finished a biography about Iggy and his crazy life,so bought a couple of his very early albums,which at my age[60]is also very weird. Read more
Published on 7 April 2010 by Mr. S. J. Harper
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