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Reviews

Thursday, May 26 2011

Iggy Pop: Roadkill Rising

How much Iggy is too much? It's a question the ancients have pondered, made more complicated by this 4-disc set of live songs


Thursday, June 4 2009

Iggy Pop: Préliminaires

Jacques Brel, Georges Brassens, Édith Piaf, Charles Aznavour, Léo Ferré, Serge Gainsbourg, and… Iggy Pop?


Thursday, September 1 2005

Iggy Pop: A Million in Prizes: The Iggy Pop Anthology

Iggy Pop is the godfather of punk, the world's forgotten boy, a streetwalking cheetah with a heart full of napalm, Bowie sidekick, and generally fucked-up rock 'n' roll lunatic who should have died in a gutter 30 years ago.


Monday, April 25 2005

Iggy Pop: Iggy Pop! Live San Fran 1981 [DVD]

A packed and smoky club... San Francisco... 25 November 1981... The nexus between the fading remnants of punk and disco and the germination of new wave... What better ambassador to represent the changing times than the remarkable James Osterberg?"


Monday, December 8 2003

Iggy Pop: Skull Ring


Blogs

Wednesday, January 19 2011

Iggy Pop/Nymphs Drummer Alex Kirst Dies in a Hit-and-Run Accident

Drummer Alex Kirst, who played in the glam rock group the Nymphs and with Iggy Pop’s backing band the Trolls, was killed on Jan. 13


Tuesday, June 23 2009

Iggy Pop and the BPA - "He's Frank" (Live on David Letterman) (video)

Punk legend Iggy Pop jammed with big beat master Fatboy Slim last night on Letterman's show.


News

Tuesday, August 31 2010

Iggy Pop keeps the Stooges raw and real

When Iggy Pop and the Stooges played their final concert in 1974, Pop was knocked cold by a bottle hurled from a hostile audience. The band


Tuesday, March 16 2010

Iggy Pop and the Stooges add life to Hall of Fame induction ceremony

NEW YORK — Thank goodness the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame voters relented and allowed Iggy Pop and the Stooges into the club. Without the


Wednesday, March 10 2010

Iggy Pop takes some convincing that hall of fame really wants the Stooges

DETROIT — Seven tries. Seven strikeouts. Surely you can forgive Iggy Pop a little skepticism about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. When he got


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