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Stooges CD "Raw Power" 2.99 PLAY.COM Sale
Stooges CD "Raw Power" 2.99 PLAY.COM Sale

Stooges CD "Raw Power" 2.99 PLAY.COM Sale

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Album that any fan of Iggy or punk should own...

A classic, reduced to a price that is both affordable and sexy....as you can tell from my tag I am a tad biased, but its a great price nonetheless

Search and destroy
Gimme danger
Your pretty face is going to hell
Penetration
Raw power
I need somebody
Shake appeal
Death trip

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hot ..iggy IS hot..he makes car insurance sexy

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Hi
Thanks for posting. I have added an image to your post; I've also edited the title to "Raw Power" (Search and Destroy is the opening track rather thna the title of the album).
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PS Hot. The Stooges are awesome and a very good price

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I am still on the 1st step if you know what i mean :O))

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Thanks for that dude.......

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And i made a hell of a schoolboy error with the album name, may i stand on a 3 point plug for that one :O)

Raw Power, Fun House, The Idiot, Lust For Life.

4 of the greatest albums ever :thumbsup: (yes, I am also a tad biased).

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SirHugo;5981044

Raw Power, Fun House, The Idiot, Lust For Life. 4 of the greatest albums … Raw Power, Fun House, The Idiot, Lust For Life. 4 of the greatest albums ever :thumbsup: (yes, I am also a tad biased).


+1 :thumbsup:

Although velvet underground bring back fonder memories.

Great record!

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Yeah csi, Nico and Iggy were together for a while way back when if i recall correctly......love it!

4 nice choices SirHugo....class...I think "the idiot" is part of PLAY's sale too IIRC

RIP Ron Ashton this year too 6 Jan....Lej

I got a version of this CD that had been remixed by Iggy himself, which was terrible after living with the Bowie version for so many years on vinyl. The Bowie mix is far superior. IMHO

marktyson;5983665

I got a version of this CD that had been remixed by Iggy himself, which … I got a version of this CD that had been remixed by Iggy himself, which was terrible after living with the Bowie version for so many years on vinyl. The Bowie mix is far superior. IMHO



I'd def agree with this post. It is a great album but I bought the Iggy CD version when it came out in 1997 and only listened to it twice...it sounds horrendous. The original Bowie version had it's critics but it's much easier on the ears :whistling: It's harder to get the 1990 original CD nowadays tho.

Excellent and influential album, shows Iggy was doing punk years before anybody else. The guitar licks and riffs by James Williamson are awesome, I really rate him. This is the only Stooges album he plays on. He didn't do much after this album apart from collaborating with Iggy on the Kill City album, which is also excellent. New Values is another good Iggy album that's not heard of much.

I'm guessing this is the Iggy mix, which is where he turned all the dials up to 11. I have heard the Bowie mix as well and I like both.

Great price, heat and rep. Good to see some fellow Iggy fans on HUKD!

I'm guessing this is the Iggy mix, if it's a recent issue. The problem with the Bowie mix is that it was always mistreated by the label - crappy mastering job onto crappy vinyl, and then crappy CD mastering on the first release.

I actually prefer the Iggy mix to the Bowie mix as it sounded on the crappy re-issued vinyl I picked up as a teenager in the 80s. Iggy's mix is raw and powerful, as the title suggests it should be. The vinyl of Bowie's mix is pretty limp - but I think it's more about the mastering than Bowie's mix itself. I definitely think the Bowie mix warrants a re-issue as well.

Anyway, class CLASSIC album.

gogosteve;5984416

Good to see some fellow Iggy fans on HUKD!



Funnily enough haven't played much Iggy for a while, but have been listening to his 'a million in prizes' anthology over the weekend - brought all the old memories flooding back.

First saw him on the Idiot tour in '77 in Brum, when Bowie played keyboards in his band. Was right against the orchestra pit a few feet from the stage. Later that year met Iggy on the Lust for Life tour, when he invited a group of us into his hotel (Brum again), and then bumped into him at Dingwalls (with Bowie) after one of Bowie's Earls Court 'Stage' shows in 78. From what I recall, he was pretty stoned on both occasions.

Good times :thumbsup:

coach_mcguirk;5985241

I'm guessing this is the Iggy mix, if it's a recent issue. The problem … I'm guessing this is the Iggy mix, if it's a recent issue. The problem with the Bowie mix is that it was always mistreated by the label - crappy mastering job onto crappy vinyl, and then crappy CD mastering on the first release.I actually prefer the Iggy mix to the Bowie mix as it sounded on the crappy re-issued vinyl I picked up as a teenager in the 80s. Iggy's mix is raw and powerful, as the title suggests it should be. The vinyl of Bowie's mix is pretty limp - but I think it's more about the mastering than Bowie's mix itself. I definitely think the Bowie mix warrants a re-issue as well.Anyway, class CLASSIC album.



This seems to be a strange forum for discussing album mixes but for what it's worth here's my opinion. There are 3 mixes and I have owned them all. The original 70s vinyl had a very muddy dull sounding mix, I bought this in 74 and thought it was a terrible album ( I was young and I was wrong) and got rid. In the early 80s I bought the reissue and found it was sooo.. different, thin weedy and gutless. I thought the idea of the 90s remix was a dreadful idea but having heard it many times I've got to say I love it. I know it's not authentic and I think it has been 'doctored' but christ it rocks. Having said that I would love to have CDs of the other versions too.

iggypopshot;5981665

RIP Ron Ashton this year too 6 Jan....Lej



Sadly the deal has expired too - £3.99 now, definitely still a bargain. 1p cheaper on Amazon fwiw - I bought a copy there a week or two back and its definitely the Iggy mix and has a booklet with a very good interview with the man.

I was lucky enough to catch the Stooges playing Fun House (and most of the Stooges but I don't think any of Raw Power) at Hammersmith - unforgettable and now Ron has gone unrepeatable.

SirHugo;5985508

Later that year met Iggy on the Lust for Life tour, when he invited a … Later that year met Iggy on the Lust for Life tour, when he invited a group of us into his hotel (Brum again), and then bumped into him at Dingwalls (with Bowie) after one of Bowie's Earls Court 'Stage' shows in 78. From what I recall, he was pretty stoned on both occasions.Good times :thumbsup:



Rep added - we are not worthy

WessexUnderwater;5987233

I was lucky enough to catch the Stooges playing Fun House (and most of … I was lucky enough to catch the Stooges playing Fun House (and most of the Stooges but I don't think any of Raw Power) at Hammersmith - unforgettable and now Ron has gone unrepeatable.



I was also there - my last Iggy gig.

WessexUnderwater;5987236

Rep added - we are not worthy



Cheers ! :thumbsup:

WessexUnderwater;5987233

I was lucky enough to catch the Stooges playing Fun House (and most of … I was lucky enough to catch the Stooges playing Fun House (and most of the Stooges but I don't think any of Raw Power) at Hammersmith - unforgettable and now Ron has gone unrepeatable.



Cool, I was at that gig too. Such a shame about Ron.... I heard that Iggy was thinking about reforming the Raw Power era band now that Ron has gone, getting James Williamson back and keeping Rock Action on drums and Mike Watt on bass. Seems a little callous but Iggy is a businessman these days.
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