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The Stooges (Iggy Pop) / Fun House (Sold Out)
Elektra Records EKS-74071 (1970RE)(US) Early reissue Record on U.S. vinyl. "Fun House" is the ideal document of the Stooges at their raw,
sweaty, howling peak. It is where Iggy Pop's mad genius first reached its full flower and Ron Asheton's blazing minimalist guitar with
the brutal pounding of drummer Scott Asheton and bassist Dave Alexander, the band had grown to heavyweight champion status.
The Record and Cover are in nice (Very Good+ to Very Good++) condition...$15.00 (SOLD 05/13)

The Stooges iggy Pop Fun House lp



Iggy and The Stooges (Iggy Pop) / Raw Power (Import) (Sold Out)
CBS/Embassy Records 31464 (1973)(US) Import issue Record on U.K. vinyl. "Raw Power" revealed Iggy Pop as a howling, smirking,
lunatic genius. Whether quietly brooding ("Gimme Danger") or inviting the apocalypse ("Search and Destroy"), Iggy has never
sounded quite so focused as he does here, and his lyrics display an intensity that are more than a bit disquieting.
The Record and Cover are in nice (Very Good+ to Very Good++) condition...$10.00 (SOLD 05/13)

Iggy and The Stooges Iggy Pop Raw Power Import lp
                               
Iggy and The Stooges Iggy Pop Metallic KO lp
Iggy and The Stooges (Iggy Pop) / Metallic 'KO (Sold Out)
Skydog Records 9356-1015 (1976)(US) Original issue Record on U.S. vinyl. Make no mistake, in any incarnation, this is one
of the best rock live albums, nothing but pure, insane energy and ending it all with a monumental version of "Louie Louie."
The Record and Cover are in nice (Very Good+ to Very Good++) condition...$10.00 (SOLD 05/13)



Iggy Pop / The Idiot (Sold Out)
RCA Records APL1-2275 (1977)(US) Original issue Record on U.S. vinyl. "The Idiot" introduced the world to a very different Iggy Pop.
David Bowie co-wrote a batch of new songs with Iggy, put together a band, and produced the album, which took him in a new direction.
It made it clear that Iggy Pop was older, wiser and he still had plenty to say.
The Record and Cover are in excellent (Very Good++ to Mint-) condition...$25.00 (SOLD 05/13)

Iggy Pop The Idiot lp
                               
Iggy Pop Lust For Life lp
Iggy Pop / Lust For Life (Sold Out)
RCA Records AFL1-2488 (1977)(US) Original issue Record on U.S. vinyl. Musically, "Lust for Life" is a more aggressive set than
"The Idiot" (released less than a year later), largely thanks to drummer Hunt Sales and his bassist brother Tony Sales. Smart,
funny, edgy, and hard-rocking, "Lust for Life" is quite possibly the best album of Iggy Pop's solo career.
The Record and Cover are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$35.00 (SOLD 05/13)



Iggy Pop & James Williamson / Kill City (Green vinyl) (Sold Out)
Bomp Records IMR-1018 (1977)(US) Original issue Record on colored (Green) vinyl. Iggy Pop hooked up with ex-Stooges guitarist
James Williamson and began collaborating on demos. The duo planned to land a record contract on the strength of the compositions.
The songs sound more like laid-back Stones rockers than what the duo was known for at the time (heavy metal type punk).
The Record and Cover are in excellent (Very Good++) condition...$10.00 (SOLD 05/13)

Iggy Pop James Williamson Kill City Green vinyl lp
                               
Iggy Pop TV Eye 1977 Live lp
Iggy Pop / TV Eye (1977 Live) (Sold Out)
RCA Records AFL1-2796 (1978)(US) Original issue Record on U.S. vinyl. In 1978 RCA Records offered Iggy Pop a fast and painless way
to deliver the third and final album on his contract. They proposed he make a live album, and gave him a $90,000 budget for the project.
Iggy assembled soundboard tapes from three dates on his 1977 tour (Cleveland, Chicago and Kansas City).
The Record and Cover are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$10.00 (SOLD 05/13)



Iggy Pop / New Values (Sold Out)
Arista Records AB-4237 (1979)(US) Original issue Record. "New Values" was a very good Iggy Pop album, and proved that he had a future
without David Bowie's guidance, something that didn't seem so certain at the time. The rise of punk rock finally created a context in which
Iggy's crash-and-burn theatrics seemed like inspired performance. The Record and Cover are in great (Very Good++) condition...$15.00

Iggy Pop New Values lp
                               
Iggy Pop Soldier lp
Iggy Pop / Soldier (Sold Out)
Arista Records AB-4259 (1980)(US) Original issue Record on U.S. vinyl. Original Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock, Rich Kids on LSD's
guitarist Steve New, Ivan Kral of the Patti Smith Group and former XTC keyboardist Barry Andrews all signed on to back Iggy on "Soldier".
The Record and Cover are in nice (Very Good+ to Very Good++) condition...$5.00 (SOLD 05/13)



Iggy Pop / Party
Arista Records AL-9572 (1981)(US) Original issue Record. On "Party" Iggy Pop and songwriting partner Ivan Kral came up with a set of
stripped-down but tuneful pop/rockers, as Iggy tried to steer away from darker lyrical themes in favor of relatively upbeat songs.
The Record and Cover are in great (Very Good++) condition...$15.00

Iggy Pop Party lp
                               
Iggy Pop Choice Cuts lp
Iggy Pop / Choice Cuts
RCA Records AFL1-4957 (1984)(US) Original issue Record on U.S. vinyl. Following the success of David Bowie's version of "China Girl,"
RCA assembled "Choice Cuts", a compilation of Iggy Pop's two albums for the label. Side one of Choice Cuts features side one of "The Idiot"
and side two features side one of "Lust for Life". It effectively illustrates the differences between the records, yet the two albums
are necessary listens in their entirity. The Record and Cover are in excellent (Very Good++ to Mint-) condition...$15.00



The Stooges (Iggy Pop) / Blah Blah Blah
A&M Records SP-5145 (1986)(US) Original issue Record on U.S. vinyl. David Bowie recorded "China Girl," a song he and Iggy Pop co-wrote,
for his album "Let's Dance", earning Iggy some large (and much-needed) royalty checks. Iggy decided to make the most of his good fortune;
he steered clear of drugs, started putting money in the bank and used his savings to bankroll a new album. David Bowie offered to help
and together they came up with "Blah Blah Blah", the most commercial album of Iggy Pop's career.
The Record and Cover (in shrinkwrap with title sticker) are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$10.00

The Stooges Iggy Pop Blah Blah Blah lp




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