Iggy And The Stooges* ‎– Raw Power

Label:
Columbia ‎– 88691959351, Legacy ‎– 88691959351
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
All Media, Gatefold
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Tracklist

Remastered Original 1973 David Bowie Mix
A1 Search And Destroy
A2 Gimme Danger
A3 Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell (Originally Titled "Hard To Beat")
A4 Penetration
B1 Raw Power
B2 I Need Somebody
B3 Shake Appeal
B4 Death Trip
Remastered 1997 Iggy Pop Mix
C1 Search And Destroy
C2 Gimme Danger
C3 Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell (Originally Titled "Hard To Beat")
C4 Penetration
D1 Raw Power
D2 I Need Somebody
D3 Shake Appeal
D4 Death Trip

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Notes

Released on Record Store Day 4-21-12.
Special edition double LP that includes remastered versions of both the original 1973 David Bowie mix
and the 1997 Iggy Pop mix. Gatefold cover, includes a 16-page booklet.
Some copies of the Bowie Mix LP have side A labels on both sides.

Recorded at CBS Studios, London.

1973 version mixed at Western Sound, Hollywood.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 8 8691-95935-1 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 886919593518
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 88691959351-A KPG@CA Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 88691959351-B KPG@CA Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 88691959351-C KPG@CA Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 88691959351-D KPG@CA Ⓤ

Other Versions (5 of 153) 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
40-31464 Iggy And The Stooges* Raw Power(Cass, Album, RE, Bla) CBS, Embassy 40-31464 UK Unknown Sell This Version
S 65586 Iggy And The Stooges* Raw Power(LP, Album) CBS S 65586 Netherlands 1973 Sell This Version
PCT 32111, PCT3211 Iggy And The Stooges* Raw Power(Cass, Album, RE, Dol) Columbia, Columbia PCT 32111, PCT3211 US Unknown Sell This Version
SOPL-194 Iggy And The Stooges* Raw Power(LP, Album, Promo) CBS/Sony SOPL-194 Japan 1973 Sell This Version

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IzzeLupin

IzzeLupin

July 30, 2020
To me, the Iggy mix has a bigger sound, but lacks a little bit of clarity in the vocals. It's like filling your room with bass and static in a good way. Bass and guitar swirling around your head and reverberating endlessly, while Iggy's voice scratches its way through.

The Bowie mix, alternatively, has a clearer and more defined separation, but comes with a timidness that takes me out of the listening experience often. The sound sometimes comes and goes, and seems unsure of itself, which doesn't match the content of this bold album for me.

It's all personal opinion, and I'll probably end up listening to the Iggy mix more often, nice to have the option though!
LuciferSam10029

LuciferSam10029

December 12, 2019

Just picked up this release lately. Absolutely wonderful and couldn't be happier with it. The 1997 mix sounds wonderful on vinyl and is perfectly mastered. I know I may be in the minority when I say this but, I very much prefer the 1997 mix to the original 1973 mix. The original in my opinion feels very lifeless and like demo versions honestly. The 1997 mix really puts the power in Raw Power as every mix of every track on the album is superior to its 1973 counterpart. If you want the 1997 mix on vinyl, pick up this release.
78by29

78by29

August 6, 2019
Well, I absolutely love this release and both options please me greatly. Long live rock and roll!
bvouroni

bvouroni

February 10, 2018
Is the cover very flimsy or sturdy cause a lot of Sony legacy reissues have flimsy covers.
bruno8586

bruno8586

January 7, 2018

in my opinion bowie's mix brings the rock/rock n roll elements of the record to the first plane whereas iggy's mix is a more modern take of the album where everything just sounds more alternative and hard but also somewhat commercial, there is still some rawness to the bowie's mix that is fairly enchanting i would say
ddderek

ddderek

February 10, 2017
Love this double. But..... I've had two copies that both LPs were completely warped. Anyone else have trouble with this?
VincentPresley

VincentPresley

January 12, 2017

The 1997 Iggy remix sounds so much better than the Bowie mix. Love this pressing and sold my Sundazed version. The Bowie mix is basically vocals and lead guitar over dubs with everything else turned down so low you can't hear it at all on some parts. I hear the 97 remix sounded terrible on CD but the vinyl is great. Highly recommended.
servalan

servalan

January 5, 2017
iggy mix is down out of the red so there is no distortion/clipping, because it's a record so you can't do that. awesome!
kontanas

kontanas

November 26, 2016
a lot of cracks
bad manufactured vinyl
i wonder if they test them
leamanc

leamanc

September 3, 2015
Is it just me, or does the Iggy mix actually sound really good on vinyl here? And I'm one who really dislikes the 1997 CD.

Granted, it sounds quite a bit different than the original Bowie mix, but it seems like what Iggy was going for in '97 really comes through here.