Fun House remastered.
What an album.
If punk was the logical successor to 50's rock n roll (Lemmy), it required someone to innovate a new approach to get us there.
Maybe the Stooges invented nothing, but if so, they took what had been before and bent it with big hammers. It turns out they made a bridge from the past, to the future, and this album is it. If you are at all aware of rock in any of its varieties but haven't heard this before, you should after initial information overload, hear ALL those rock tunes you've loved since, here in embryo.
Unusually frank recording (you can learn the details elsewhere) refreshed by quality remastering plus extra takes, most of which stand up nicely and give a glimpse of the creative process.
40 years ago this year, Strewth!