The Stooges - The Stooges (Remastered & Expanded) (2CD) £4.98 @ Amazon
The Stooges - The Stooges (Remastered & Expanded) (2CD) £4.98 @ Amazon

The Stooges - The Stooges (Remastered & Expanded) (2CD) £4.98 @ Amazon

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The Stooges hurled themselves headfirst into 1969 with a debut so sonically ferocious that only one-time Velvet Underground member John Cale could do it justice as a producer. With a full-scale feedback punch, The Stooges' musical bite tore its way towards punk and what would later be called grunge.
Fully embracing the idioms of teenage life, THE STOOGEScoined previously unmentioned terms of adolescent angst. "No Fun", "Not Right", and "I Wanna Be Your Dog" gave vocabulary to the post-hippie generation yearning to voice its dissatisfaction. The opening track, "1969", built off the teen-angst of "Summertime Blues" but offered the simplest breakdownof powerlessness to date. "Another year for me and you", says Iggy Stooge, "another year with nothing to do". The Stooges' triumph was in converting the confusion and desires of teenage life into chaotic, three-chord bliss. Often mimicked,but never equalled, THE STOOGES was the call for a new era of rock.

Disc 1
1969 (Remastered LP Version)
I Wanna Be Your Dog (Remastered LP Version)
We Will Fall (Remastered LP Version)
No Fun (Remasterd LP Version)
Real Cool Time (Remastered LP Version)
Ann (Remastered LP Version)
Not Right (Remastered LP Version)
Little Doll (Remastered LP Version)

Disc 2
No Fun (Cale Mix)
1969 (Cale Mix)
I Wanna Be Your Dog (Cale Mix)
Little Doll (Cale Mix)
1969 (Alternate Vocal)
I Wanna Be Your Dog (Alternate Vocal)
Not Right (Alternate Vocal)
Real Cool Time (Alternate Mix)
Ann (Including "The Dance Of Romance")
No Fun (Remastered Full Version)

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thought there was only 3 of em

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thought there was only 3 of em

While Iggy, Scott & Ron were always there, Dave Alexander started on bass. Dave drunk himself to death in his late twenties.

H&R added.

Buy this, take it home, put on track 2 very very loud and listen to punk being born.

A sublime album that changed music forever.


lol i thought it was larry curly and moe:oops:
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