Get the Collector’s Edition of The Stooges – available here! Relive their historic debut trek through this amazing 26-track 2 CD collection along with a 7″ single that features the previously unreleased track “Asthma Attack.”
The Collector’s Edition’s first disc combines the original album’s eight songs with producer John Cale’s original mixes, including unreleased versions of “We Will Fall” and “Ann.” Also featured is the mono single version of “I Wanna Be Your Dog,” a song Rolling Stone named #438 on its list of “500 Greatest Songs Of All Time” – right behind Elvis’ “Love Me Tender.”
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If there’s a world record for biggest mosh pit in a town square, Iggy Pop and the Stoogesmight have just broken it in Toronto Saturday night.
Headlining a free outdoor concert as part ofNXNE, the Detroit punk legends attracted half the city (OK, more like 10,000) to downtown’s Yonge-Dundas Square for a ferocious 90-minute show. The surrounding streets were shut down early in the evening, but the bodies kept arriving, pushing their way into position. And then Iggy Pop lept onto the stage to the opening chords of 1973’s ‘Raw Power,’ and instantly transformed the seething mass of fans into one giant pogoing, screaming, extremely sweaty pit of joy.
“We’re the remains of the f—ing Stooges,” Pop shouted early on, “and before we die, we’re going to do it with you.”
The 63-year-old singer did a lot of things to that crowd.
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This week we announced that Ray-Ban was debuting some new tweaks to its iconic aviator frames, but what’s a proper announcement without a seriously celebratory fête?
Ray-Ban took to Williamsburg – specifically Brooklyn’s Music Hall – with its troupes of campaign models including Iggy Pop and The Stooges, new wave group The Virgins and on-the-rise classic rock group Free Energy. Each band was selected for their contemporary embodiments of the 1970s rock sound, and also as ideal representatives of everything the aviator frames signify – namely old school aviation and a modern, understated cool.
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