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Raw Power

Raw Power
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Description: After releasing The Stooges and Fun House--two LPs of brutally elemental rock--the Stooges split, reforming three years later with the encouragement of David Bowie to produce Raw Power. If, at the time, Iggy's music seemed primitive and crude, it also foreshadowed heavy metal at its best and the energy and nihilistic attitude of punk- ... (more)
Manufacturer: Columbia
Release date: 28 February 1973
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 5099748517623
Rock (1), Punk (1), Hard Rock (1), 1973 (1), American (1), Album (1), Bought 2006 (1), Proto-punk (1)
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""Iggy Pop had dyed silver hair and a hard-drug habit when David Bowie took the rudderless Stooges under his wing and helped get them a deal with Columbia. "With Bowie," Pop wrote in his 1982 book, I Need More, "I didn't feel compelled to go to sleep every time something unpleasant happened." Quite the opposite: Pop turned every knob up and recruited James Williamson,who played with hellbent ferocity in punk eruptions like "Search and Destroy," "Gimme Danger," and "Your Pretty Face Is Going to He"