Iggy Pop

Real Name:
James Newell Osterberg, Jr.
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American singer, songwriter, musician and actor, born 21 April 1947 in Muskegon, Michigan, USA. Founding member of The Stooges.

Receiver of the Polar Music Prize 2022.
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143 The Stooge Turns Pop — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop The Stooge Turns Pop(LP, Transcription) Rock Around The World 143 US 1977 Sell This Version
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BLP 4001, IMR 1018, IMP 1018 Kill City — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop & James Williamson Iggy Pop & James Williamson - Kill City (Album) BOMP!, BOMP!, BOMP! BLP 4001, IMR 1018, IMP 1018 US 1977 Sell This Version
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PK 12488 Lust For Life — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Lust For Life (Album) RCA Victor PK 12488 France 1977 Sell This Version
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APS1-2275 The Idiot — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop The Idiot (Album) RCA Victor APS1-2275 US 1977 Sell This Version
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PK 12796 TV Eye 1977 Live — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop TV Eye 1977 Live (Album) RCA Victor PK 12796 France 1978 Sell This Version
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10C 266-062.699 New Values — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop New Values (Album) Arista 10C 266-062.699 Spain 1979 Sell This Version
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none Iggy Pop Interview — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Interview(Reel, 2tr Mono, 7" Reel, Promo) Arista none UK 1979 Sell This Version
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C 37232, C37232 Soldier — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Soldier (Album) Arista C 37232, C37232 Australia 1980 Sell This Version
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203 806 Party — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Party (Album) Arista 203 806 Europe 1981 Sell This Version
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APEC 6000 Zombie Birdhouse — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Zombie Birdhouse (Album) Animal Records APEC 6000 US 1982 Sell This Version
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E1019 I Got A Right — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop I Got A Right (Album) Invasion Records (6) E1019 US 1983 Sell This Version
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AMLS 65145, (SP-5145) Blah-Blah-Blah — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Blah-Blah-Blah (Album) A&M Records AMLS 65145, (SP-5145) South Africa 1986 Sell This Version
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P.I.M. 79 Pioneers In Music Detroit Rock & Rollers Part II — Iggy Pop Alice Cooper (2), Iggy Pop, Brownsville Station Alice Cooper (2), Iggy Pop, Brownsville Station - Pioneers In Music Detroit Rock & Rollers Part II(LP + LP, S/Sided + Transcription) DIR Broadcasting P.I.M. 79 US 1987 Sell This Version
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644 King Biscuit Flower Hour Show — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop / Lou Reed Iggy Pop / Lou Reed - King Biscuit Flower Hour Show(LP, Transcription + LP, S/Sided, Transcription) D.I.R. Broadcasting Corp. 644 US 1987 Sell This Version
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395 198-4 Instinct — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Instinct (Album) A&M Records 395 198-4 Indonesia 1988 Sell This Version
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SP 05198 Iggy Pop Instinct(Cass, Advance, Album) A&M Records SP 05198 US 1988 Sell This Version
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none King Biscuit Flower Hour — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop King Biscuit Flower Hour(CD, Transcription) DIR Radio Network none USA & Canada 1988 Sell This Version
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CD17641 Live At The Channel 7-19-88 — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Live At The Channel 7-19-88 (Album) A&M Records CD17641 US 1988 Sell This Version
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none Brick By Brick Sampler — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Brick By Brick Sampler Virgin none Norway 1990 Sell This Version
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MIG 33/34 Hippodrome Paris 77 — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Hippodrome Paris 77 (Album) Revenge Records (2) MIG 33/34 France 1990 Sell This Version
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91381-4 Brick By Brick — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Brick By Brick (Album) Virgin America, Virgin America 91381-4 US 1990 Sell This Version
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none King Biscuit Flower Hour — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop King Biscuit Flower Hour(CD, Transcription) DIR Radio Network none US 1991 Sell This Version
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MIG 44 Live Ritz N.Y.C 86 — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Live Ritz N.Y.C 86 (Album, Comp) Revenge Records (2) MIG 44 France 1991 Sell This Version
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MECR-25020 Live In The Cover — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop Live In The Cover (Comp) Meldac MECR-25020 Japan 1993 Sell This Version
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VC6, 8 39025 4 American Caesar — Iggy Pop Iggy Pop American Caesar (Album) Virgin VC6, 8 39025 4 Argentina 1993 Sell This Version

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lambcannon

lambcannon

November 9, 2021
OK, I don't know how Tommy pulled it off in the first place, Slash probably, but on April 21 1977 the band i was in at the time (Screamers) played Iggy Pop's 30th birthday party at his rented house on the lapping shore in Maliboooo. This was our second show, just imagine how Tommy et al were about ready to burst at the seams from their new social status and imminent superstardom and it became obvious at some point that we sucked pretty bad, for example the Igster sitting right across was doing like spider pushups with his hands in front of his face... nodding his head with gravity-gravitas like as if to imply, yeah i really DIG this *snap doo bop doo BEAU* if you had any ability to read peoples true feelings from random expressions, well you'd know there's a reason why Igois (Igwa?), the human beef-jerky (thanks Lisa) himself could be as hip as he wanted to be, at any time, and he was happy to share that. Did we end with the lugubrious, drama queen version of Stormy Monday, the one where a mass self-snuff on everybody's part might not be quite as awful as hearing the whole thing. Or Peer Pressure something where the synth ended the song NRRRRZZZGGGRRRNNNNUUUUHHHH screechy silly for quite a long time. Then we all sat and looked at each other for too long and were uncomfortable.

But we knew we'd not be invited back to Maliboooo anytime soon, so why not watch Tomato dancing languorously in the late afternoon sun sparkling in the surf brilliantly... with somebody's four year old. Maybe just one more drinky drink i thought to myself when the Heroin Meister sotto voce like called us down pseudo-surreptitiously to the basement where you could really hear the high tide surf pound right outside.

Iggy was the picture (in his mind) of a generous, worldly capo, and a great host at that. He spun to us that we would be very successful *choked on my Old Milwaukee can* but the music business was full of, y'know, assholes. He couldn't wait till we got us a record deal so he could really listen to it. At this point Tommy and Tomato were glowing like they'd downed a bottle of B-12 and whiffed some truckstop poppers. The Ignominious One, the one who had no fun when he was 21 (too bad) had a big ole looseleaf plastic binder of oversize business checks, three to a page, very similar to the Dangerhouse business checkbook that would appear after I got kicked out of that wretched band. Honest to God in between stale homilies and utter gibberish about "the music business" he wrote us a check for $500 and again I thought Tommy would pop at a seam and deflate from esteem and self-worth.

Tommy and I worked as Century City twits at the time and he gave me my full share a couple of days later over lunch. I didn't know for years until KK told me that in fact Iggy's check was written on a closed account, utterly fraudulent, and Tommy had to borrow money to pay us off because he was rightfully and righteously embarrassed by the whole stupid event. Certainly a high stain uh uh watermark in my life. Did Bowie write hot checks too? I hope so!
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mattreverb

mattreverb

October 22, 2019
I have the RCA first pressing and it sounds pretty good. Almost anything from 4 Men With Beards sucks, beginning with the name they choose for their label.
Thomas_Hoffer

Thomas_Hoffer

April 26, 2017
Does anyone if the Virgin Records Vinyl Pressings of "The Idiot" and "Lust For Life" sound good or do they sound thin like the 4 Men With Beards pressings? I'm just curious because I haven't found much information about these pressings.
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