Iggy And The Stooges

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Iggy And The Stooges - California Bleeding California Bleeding
Pop Used - LP BLP 4069 Bomp
Near Mint 1997 Vinyl Rarity. Includes Rare And Unreleased Live Tracks.... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - California Bleeding California Bleeding
Punk New - LP BLP 4069 Bomp
Sealed 1997 Original. NOT The 180gm Reissue. Contains Recordings From The Whiskey Au-Go-Go From September, 1973 And San Francisco's Bimbo's From January, 1974. Tracks Are "Search & Destroy," "I Need Somebody," "Open Up & Bleed," "Johanna," "Wet My Bed," "She Creatures Of The Hollywood Hills" And "Heavy Liquid/New Orleans."... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Rough Power Rough Power
Punk Used - LP BLP 4095 Bomp
1994 180gm Virgin Vinyl Original Still In Shrunk Wrap. Record Appears Glossy. “The Final Mix By David Bowie Of The Stooges' Final Studio Album Has Been A Subject Of Open Debate Since The Day Of Its Release In 1973. Some See It As A Total Botch Job, With The Vocals And Guitar Overdubs Set So Far Out Front Of The Bass And Drums (Collapsed Into Mono, Stripped Of Its High Frequencies, Then Echoed To Death) As To Appear Comical. Others See It As A Mix Every Bit As Anarchic As The Music Itself. That Debate Is Fueled Even Further By The First Legal Appearances Of These Alternate Mixes Done By Iggy And The Stooges Prior To Bowie's Intervention. On Tracks Like "I Need Somebody" And "Gimme Danger," The Focus Is Much Sharper Than The Released Version, While On Others ("Hard To Beat," "Raw Power," "Search And Destroy") Iggy's Vocal Is Obscured By Liberal Doses Of Too Much Echo. An Aircheck From Early 1973 Gives Us Grainy, Abrasive Speeded Up Alternates Of Seven More Tracks And The Compilation Closes With Three More From Late In 1972, Clearly Showing That The Boys Had Theories On Mixing That Were Every Bit As Off The Wall As Bowie's Finals. Final Score: Not Necessarily Better, But Very Different.” – Cub Koda, All Music Guide... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Metallic K.O. Metallic K.O.
Punk New - LP IMP 1015 Import
Sealed 1976 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink. Cut Out Hole. Includes Free Iron-On! Setting The Tone For A Vinyl Deluge That Would Follow A Decade Later, Metallic K.O. Is A Semi-Notorious, Semi-Legal Document Of The Stooges' Final Concert. At The Michigan Palace, Detroit, January 1974, The Band Staggers Towards Entropy As Iggy Maliciously Baits The Crowd, Which Responds In Kind. There Are Only Six Songs, But More Than Your Money's Worth Of Bile. Highlight: A Version Of "Louie Louie" You've Never Heard Before.” – Trouser Press... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Raw Power Raw Power
Pop New - LP PC 32111 Columbia
Factory Sealed 1973 2nd Issue Of An All-Time Classic (PC Prefix) With The Original Sam Goody Store Price Tag On The Shrink Wrap. So Rare That We Have Never Seen A Sealed Original (Which Has Sold On The Bay At Over $400). “Tensions Were High During The Recording Of Raw Power, And The Album Sounds Like The Work Of A Band On Its Last Legs — Though Rather Than Grinding To A Halt, Iggy & The Stooges Appeared Ready To Explode Like An Ammunition Dump. From A Technical Standpoint, Williamson Was A More Gifted Guitar Player Than Asheton (Not That That Was Ever The Point), But His Sheets Of Metallic Fuzz Were Still More Basic (And Punishing) Than What Anyone Was Used To In 1973, While Ron Asheton Played His Bass Like A Weapon Of Revenge, And His Brother Scott Asheton Remained A Powerhouse Behind The Drums. But The Most Remarkable Change Came From The Singer; Raw Power Revealed Iggy As A Howling, Smirking, Lunatic Genius. Whether Quietly Brooding ("Gimme Danger") Or Inviting The Apocalypse ("Search And Destroy"), Iggy Had Never Sounded Quite So Focused As He Did Here, And His Lyrics Displayed An Intensity That Was More Than A Bit Disquieting. In Many Ways, Almost All Raw Power Has In Common With The Two Stooges Albums That Preceded It Is Its Primal Sound, But While The Stooges Once Sounded Like The Wildest (And Weirdest) Gang In Town, Raw Power Found Them Heavily Armed And Ready To Destroy The World — That Is, If They Didn't Destroy Themselves First.” Mark Deming, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Raw Power Raw Power
Pop Audiophile - LP S 125018 Simply Vinyl
Sealed, Out Of Print 180gm HQ Import Which Kills The Sundazed Issue.... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Death Trip Death Trip
Pop Used - LP MIG 6 Revenge
Limited Edition French Pressing Still In Shrink Wrap. Features 5 Tracks With The Stooges, And 2 Tracks With James Williamson. Great Cover Shot Of Iggy!... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - California Bleeding California Bleeding
Punk New - LP BLP 4069 Bomp
Sealed Limited Edition 180gm Virgin Vinyl Reissue. Contains Recordings From The Whiskey Au-Go-Go From September, 1973 And San Francisco's Bimbo's From January, 1974. Tracks Are "Search & Destroy," "I Need Somebody," "Open Up & Bleed," "Johanna," "Wet My Bed," "She Creatures Of The Hollywood Hills" And "Heavy Liquid/New Orleans."... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Open Up And Bleed Open Up And Bleed
Pop New - LP BLP 4051 Bomp
Sealed, Long Out Of Print 1995 180gm Virgin Vinyl Limited Edition Pressing. “In The Seemingly Never Ending Chronicling Of The Stooges, This Collection Gives A Glimpse-Via CBS Rehearsal Tapes-Of What Might Have Been The Next Album After Raw Power Had The Band Not Self Destructed. Some Of These Songs ("Cock In My Pocket," "Head On") Made Their First Appearance On The Legendary Metallic K.O. Live Bootleg. A Rag Tag Collection Of Live Tapes From Their Final Tour Featuring Maniacal Versions Of "Rich Bitch" And "Wet My Bed" Round Out This Collectors' Package.” – Cub Koda, AMG... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Raw Power Raw Power
Pop Used - LP PC 32111 Columbia
1973 2nd Issue Of An All-Time Classic (PC Prefix). Cover Has Very Light Wear. “Tensions Were High During The Recording Of Raw Power, And The Album Sounds Like The Work Of A Band On Its Last Legs — Though Rather Than Grinding To A Halt, Iggy & The Stooges Appeared Ready To Explode Like An Ammunition Dump. From A Technical Standpoint, Williamson Was A More Gifted Guitar Player Than Asheton (Not That That Was Ever The Point), But His Sheets Of Metallic Fuzz Were Still More Basic (And Punishing) Than What Anyone Was Used To In 1973, While Ron Asheton Played His Bass Like A Weapon Of Revenge, And His Brother Scott Asheton Remained A Powerhouse Behind The Drums. But The Most Remarkable Change Came From The Singer; Raw Power Revealed Iggy As A Howling, Smirking, Lunatic Genius. Whether Quietly Brooding ("Gimme Danger") Or Inviting The Apocalypse ("Search And Destroy"), Iggy Had Never Sounded Quite So Focused As He Did Here, And His Lyrics Displayed An Intensity That Was More Than A Bit Disquieting. In Many Ways, Almost All Raw Power Has In Common With The Two Stooges Albums That Preceded It Is Its Primal Sound, But While The Stooges Once Sounded Like The Wildest (And Weirdest) Gang In Town, Raw Power Found Them Heavily Armed And Ready To Destroy The World — That Is, If They Didn't Destroy Themselves First.” Mark Deming, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Ready To Die Ready To Die
Pop New - LP FP1296 Fat Possum
Sealed 2013 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink. “Ready To Die Arrives With None Of The Heady Expectations Of The Weirdness, The 2007 Comeback That Found Iggy Pop And The Asheton Brothers, Aided By The Sturdy Mike Watt, Attempting To Re-Create Some Of The Madness Of Funhouse. For A Variety Of Reasons It Didn't Work, But It Wasn't So Much An Embarrassment As It Was, Well, Weirdness, From A Band Weighed Down More By Its Own Ongoing Internal Tensions Than Its Legacy. A Little Over A Year After Its Release, Ron Asheton Died And The Group Did What They Did Last Time They Were Hanging By A Thread: They Brought In Guitarist James Williamson. Back In 1973, He Was The Fuel That Propelled Raw Power, An Album That Found Ron Sitting In Uneasily On Bass, And He And Iggy Recorded A Bit After The Stooges Final '70s Implosion, But After 1980 He Retired From Music, Choosing To Pursue Electrical Engineering. So, In A Sense, Williamson Was Further Removed From Rock & Roll Than Ron Asheton, Who Always Plugged Away In A Variety Of Ann Arbor- And Detroit-Based Rock Bands, Which Makes The Success Of This Second-Phased Stooges Reunion All The More Remarkable. Because Ready To Die Feels Like A Stooges Album In All The Right Ways, Throwing Out The Halting, Lurching Hard Murk Of The Weirdness In Favor Of Successive Blasts Of Sleaze, Intermittently Interrupted By The Occasional Moment Of Reflection. Ballads Were Verboten In The Olden Days -- Whenever The Stooges Slowed The Tempo, They Got Mired In A Dirge -- So This Pair Of Quiet Ones Suggest An Older Band, One Filled With Musicians Facing Their Seventies (Perhaps That's The Origin Of The Title?), But The Rest Of Ready To Die Showcases Grizzled, Gnarly Vets Who Not Only Know How To Deliver The Goods But Take Pleasure In Doing So.” – S.T. Erlewine, AMG... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Raw Power Raw Power
Pop Audiophile - LP SVLP 0033 Simply Vinyl
Sealed, Long Out of Print Limited Edition 180gm HQ Import.... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Ready To Die Ready To Die
Pop Used - LP FP1296 Fat Possum
2013 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Shrink Wrap Still Intact With Custom Hype Sticker. Record Appears Unplayed. “Ready To Die Arrives With None Of The Heady Expectations Of The Weirdness, The 2007 Comeback That Found Iggy Pop And The Asheton Brothers, Aided By The Sturdy Mike Watt, Attempting To Re-Create Some Of The Madness Of Funhouse. For A Variety Of Reasons It Didn't Work, But It Wasn't So Much An Embarrassment As It Was, Well, Weirdness, From A Band Weighed Down More By Its Own Ongoing Internal Tensions Than Its Legacy. A Little Over A Year After Its Release, Ron Asheton Died And The Group Did What They Did Last Time They Were Hanging By A Thread: They Brought In Guitarist James Williamson. Back In 1973, He Was The Fuel That Propelled Raw Power, An Album That Found Ron Sitting In Uneasily On Bass, And He And Iggy Recorded A Bit After The Stooges Final '70s Implosion, But After 1980 He Retired From Music, Choosing To Pursue Electrical Engineering. So, In A Sense, Williamson Was Further Removed From Rock & Roll Than Ron Asheton, Who Always Plugged Away In A Variety Of Ann Arbor- And Detroit-Based Rock Bands, Which Makes The Success Of This Second-Phased Stooges Reunion All The More Remarkable. Because Ready To Die Feels Like A Stooges Album In All The Right Ways, Throwing Out The Halting, Lurching Hard Murk Of The Weirdness In Favor Of Successive Blasts Of Sleaze, Intermittently Interrupted By The Occasional Moment Of Reflection. Ballads Were Verboten In The Olden Days -- Whenever The Stooges Slowed The Tempo, They Got Mired In A Dirge -- So This Pair Of Quiet Ones Suggest An Older Band, One Filled With Musicians Facing Their Seventies (Perhaps That's The Origin Of The Title?), But The Rest Of Ready To Die Showcases Grizzled, Gnarly Vets Who Not Only Know How To Deliver The Goods But Take Pleasure In Doing So.” – S.T. Erlewine, AMG... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - More Power More Power
Pop Colored Vinyl CLP 3687 Cleopatra
Rare 2009 Limited Edition Blue Vinyl. Only 300 Copies Pressed! Features Previously Unreleased Tracks Recorded 1972-1973.... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Raw Power Raw Power
Pop Used - LP KC 32111 Columbia
First Original Pressing With The "KC" Prefix We Have Ever Had In Stock. This Copy Appears Unplayed And Has The Shrink Wrap Intact With The Rare "Iggy" Hype Sticker. 2A/2A Stampers. “Tensions Were High During The Recording Of Raw Power, And The Album Sounds Like The Work Of A Band On Its Last Legs — Though Rather Than Grinding To A Halt, Iggy & The Stooges Appeared Ready To Explode Like An Ammunition Dump. From A Technical Standpoint, Williamson Was A More Gifted Guitar Player Than Asheton (Not That That Was Ever The Point), But His Sheets Of Metallic Fuzz Were Still More Basic (And Punishing) Than What Anyone Was Used To In 1973, While Ron Asheton Played His Bass Like A Weapon Of Revenge, And His Brother Scott Asheton Remained A Powerhouse Behind The Drums. But The Most Remarkable Change Came From The Singer; Raw Power Revealed Iggy As A Howling, Smirking, Lunatic Genius. Whether Quietly Brooding ("Gimme Danger") Or Inviting The Apocalypse ("Search And Destroy"), Iggy Had Never Sounded Quite So Focused As He Did Here, And His Lyrics Displayed An Intensity That Was More Than A Bit Disquieting. In Many Ways, Almost All Raw Power Has In Common With The Two Stooges Albums That Preceded It Is Its Primal Sound, But While The Stooges Once Sounded Like The Wildest (And Weirdest) Gang In Town, Raw Power Found Them Heavily Armed And Ready To Destroy The World — That Is, If They Didn't Destroy Themselves First.” Mark Deming, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Raw Power Raw Power
Pop New - LP PC 32111 Columbia
Sealed 180gm Reissue.... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Raw Power Live : In The Hands Of The Fans Raw Power Live : In The Hands Of The Fans
Pop New - LP MVD5179LP MVD Audio
Sealed 2011 180gm Original Recorded Live At All Tomorrow's Parties, September 2010.... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - I Wanna Be Your Dog I Wanna Be Your Dog
Pop New - LP CLP 4588 Cleopatra
Sealed, Limited Edition 2011 180gm Original.... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Telluric Chaos Telluric Chaos
Punk Colored Vinyl SKY 20059 Skydog
Sealed 2016 2LP Limited Edition Colored Vinyl Gatefold Reissue. Released For Black Friday Record Store Day. Includes 24x12 Poster.... more details
 
Iggy And The Stooges - Raw Power Raw Power
Pop New - LP LP 5269 Sundazed
Sealed 2010 Reissue Of The Legendary 1973 Columbia Original With "Raw Power" Sticker On Shrink. Includes Mick Rock Photo-Adorned Inner Sleeve.... more details
 

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