Iggy And The Stooges* ‎– Raw Power

CBS ‎– S 65586
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Produced for MainMan, a MainMan production
All selections published by MainMan, Ltd. (ASCAP)
Recorded at CBS Studios, London
Mixed at Western Sound, Hollywood
Iggy and The Stooges represented exclusively by MainMan, Ltd.

Original UK copies had no logo on the front cover, and inner sleeve is a black and white close up of front cover shot

©℗ 1973 CBS, Inc.
Manufactured by Columbia Records CBS, Inc.

First pressing with heavy cardboard sleeve, red Columbia Logo on the front, printed dust sleeve and a sticker attached to the shrink that says: "Iggy Raw Power"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): S 65586 AI 4 ⋀
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped & etched): S 65586 BI 1 PN - 2 ⋀

Other Versions (5 of 139) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KC 32111 Iggy And The Stooges* Raw Power(LP, Album, Pit) Columbia KC 32111 US 1973 Sell This Version
WPCT-32111 Iggy And The Stooges* Raw Power(Cass, Album, RE) CBS WPCT-32111 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
CK32111 Iggy And The Stooges* Raw Power(CD, Album, RE, Lon) Columbia CK32111 US 1989 Sell This Version
505056 2, 5050562000, SMM 505056-2 Iggy And The Stooges* Raw Power(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Columbia, Legacy, Columbia, Legacy, Sony Music Media 505056 2, 5050562000, SMM 505056-2 Europe 2001 Sell This Version
SBP 234317, KC 32111 Iggy And The Stooges* Raw Power(LP, Album, RE) CBS, CBS SBP 234317, KC 32111 New Zealand Unknown Sell This Version


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March 6, 2019
I've got two original UK first pressings of this album and neither have the black and white Iggy inner sleeve. Both have a CBS records "The Inner Sleeve" advertising other CBS artists of the time such as Miles Davis, Soft Machine, Tim Hardin and Home etc. The black and white inner does seem more desirable and rarer.


October 9, 2018
This pressing of "Raw Power" does contain a completely different mix of "Search and Destroy." On this version, the drum sound is very much up front and the end of the song gradually fades out, while on the U.S. pressing of the LP the end cuts off abruptly. I don't know if both mixes were done by Bowie or not but they're both from the original release of the album. I've never heard this version of the song anywhere else.


February 20, 2018
Anybody able to help -I have a UK original 65586 Orange label .The version of 'Search & Destroy' is much different( a very muddy sound) to the cut on the 77 repress & all those that were pressed up to the 96 Remix. I read some time later that Bowie said he was allowed(by Iggy) to remix the disc in 72 as long as he left search& destroy alone- do all the original versions have this mix-the rest of the lps sound is basically the same as the rerelease 'Bowie mix'as it's now known


March 25, 2016

Love this classic LP managed to find original orange CBS label and poster back in 1975 in a dusty old record shop just before punk happened .... Still in mint condition 👍🏻