Iggy Pop Reissues ‘Kill City’, Ponders Stooges’ Future

Iggy Pop Reissues ‘Kill City’, Ponders Stooges’ Future

Iggy Pop Reissues ‘Kill City’, Ponders Stooges’ Future

Iggy Pop is proud of ‘Kill City,’ the 1977 album he recorded with late-era Stooges guitarist James Williamson. With Williamson and Pop back together in the Stooges after three decades of estrangement, the project’s Oct. 19 reissue couldn’t be better timed.

“‘Kill City’ to me was a very good minor work,” Pop told Rolling Stone this week while promoting his new T-shirt line. “It was an important work. It was my indie record.”

Originally recorded in 1975 as a demo to shop to labels at a time when the singer was fighting heroin addiction, the disc features such lost piano-laden classics as ‘I Got Nuthin,’ ‘No Sense of Crime’ and the title track.

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