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Tracklist

Search And Destroy3:26
Gimme Danger3:28
Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell (Originally Titled "Hard To Beat")4:52
Penetration3:35
Raw Power4:22
I Need Somebody4:50
Shake Appeal3:00
Death Trip5:53

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    Cover of Raw Power, 1972-12-08, AcetateRaw Power
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    Columbia – KC 32111US1972US1972
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1973-03-00, VinylRaw Power
    LP, Album, Stereo, Pitman pressing
    Columbia – KC 32111US1973US1973
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1973-02-00, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – 65586, CBS – S 65586UK1973UK1973
    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – S 65586Netherlands1973Netherlands1973
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – S 65586Spain1973Spain1973
    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – CBS 65586Greece1973Greece1973
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, CassetteRaw Power
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    Columbia – CT 32111US1973US1973
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – S 65586Italy1973Italy1973
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, VinylRaw Power
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    Columbia – KC 32111Canada1973Canada1973
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – SBP 234317Australia1973Australia1973
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, 8-Track CartridgeRaw Power
    8-Track Cartridge, Album
    Columbia – CA 32111US1973US1973
    New Submission
    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, VinylRaw Power
    LP, Album
    CBS/Sony – SOPL-194Japan1973Japan1973
    New Submission
    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, VinylRaw Power
    LP, Album, Promo
    CBS/Sony – SOPL-194Japan1973Japan1973
    New Submission
    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, VinylRaw Power
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    Columbia – KC 32111, CBS/Sony – KC 3211119731973
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – S 65586Netherlands1973Netherlands1973
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – SBP 474105, CBS – KC 32111New Zealand1973New Zealand1973
    Cover of Raw Power, 1973-02-07, VinylRaw Power
    LP, Album, Stereo, Terre Haute pressing
    Columbia – KC 32111US1973US1973
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1973, 8-Track CartridgeRaw Power
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    Columbia – CA 32111Canada1973Canada1973
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1973-03-06, AcetateRaw Power
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    Columbia – 32111US1973US1973
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1974, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – 65586, CBS – CBS 65586Yugoslavia1974Yugoslavia1974
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1976, VinylRaw Power
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    Columbia – 32111, Columbia – PC 32111US1976US1976
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1976, VinylRaw Power
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    Columbia – 32111, Columbia – PC 32111US1976US1976
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1977, VinylRaw Power
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    Embassy – EMB 31464, Embassy – 65586Europe1977Europe1977
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1977-09-00, VinylRaw Power
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    Columbia – WC 32111, Columbia – C 32111Canada1977Canada1977
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1977, VinylRaw Power
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    Embassy – S 31464, CBS – S 31464UK1977UK1977
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1977, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – 31 464, Embassy – S 31464UK1977UK1977
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1977, CassetteRaw Power
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    CBS – 40-31464, Embassy – 40-31464UK1977UK1977
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1977-09-00, VinylRaw Power
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    Columbia – C 32111Canada1977Canada1977
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1977, CassetteRaw Power
    Cassette, Album, Reissue, Paper Labels
    CBS – 40-31464, Embassy – 40-31464UK1977UK1977
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1977, VinylRaw Power
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    Embassy – S 31464, CBS – S 31464UK1977UK1977
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1977, VinylRaw Power
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    Embassy – EMB 31464Europe1977Europe1977
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1977, VinylRaw Power
    LP, Album, Reissue, Alternate Bowie Mix
    CBS – 31 464, Embassy – S 31464UK1977UK1977
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1979-09-00, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – SBP 234317, CBS – KC 32111New Zealand1979New Zealand1979
    Cover of Raw Power, 1980, VinylRaw Power
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    Embassy – S 31464, CBS – S 31464UK1980UK1980
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1981, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – S 65586Spain1981Spain1981
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1982, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – S CBS 32083, CBS – CBS 32083UK1982UK1982
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1982, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – CBS 32083, CBS – 32083Europe1982Europe1982
    Cover of Raw Power, 1985, VinylRaw Power
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    CBS – CBS 32083 (PR), CBS – CBS 32083Spain1985Spain1985
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1985, CassetteRaw Power
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    CBS – 40-32083Spain1985Spain1985
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    Cover of Raw Power, 1988, CDRaw Power
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    Columbia – CK 32111US1988US1988
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    • martin.hevon's avatar
      martin.hevon
      I own and regularly play my UK original with the Mick Rock inner. It has the drums way up on S&D, the way I prefer. It also has a much clearer and better mix of Death Trip, which is really muddy on the US pressing. Drums here are clear and far left channel. Matrices:
      S 65586 A1, stamper B 1
      S 65586 B1, PN-2, stamper ⋀ 5

      • iblk's avatar
        iblk
        I just found this gem carving in the "used" section in my local dealer, I was used to hear it's digital version, and thus, not a big fan of Bowie's mix at first, here is where I understood why so much hate to the original mix, but you have the Iggy's mix to compare and well, you're the judge, both mix have its own thing.
        • guilala's avatar
          guilala
          Edited one month ago
          ok, i just got this Embassy pressing today. matrix variant #6.
          ive had this US pressing for over 30 years that can be found here-
          https://www.discogs.com/release/877164-Iggy-And-The-Stooges-Raw-Power

          well, all i can say, they are both completely different mixes throughout. not just on "Search And Destroy". on the UK Embassy pressing, the overall mix has more midrange presence on the whole thing which makes the guitar fills/solos a bit less jarring and abrasive when they come in. Iggy's vocals are very dry and flat throughout when compared to the very trebly and reverb heavy tone of his voice on the US pressing, the guitar solos are the same on both, but the UK pressing has them being punched up and down and faded left and right in different spots, the rambling vocal parts in some endings of the songs are quite a bit louder on the UK version, and the fade-outs of each track are slightly different on both pressings. i havent sat down and done a side-by-side comparison to tell you exactly which difference is where on either copy, but ive played my US pressing roughly 100 times a year for the last 30+ years, and putting this UK pressing on for the first time, i found it to be significantly different throughout. i also found myself being taken aback at some of the not-so-subtle differences that, over all, make a vastly different listening experience between the 2 pressings.

          its my educated opinion that, yes, they are completely different mixes on the 2 pressings i am comparing. one being a US pressing from 1976, the other being a UK pressing from 1977.
          • tearaway's avatar
            tearaway
            I do have the 2LP version The Stooges - Raw Power with this mix. To my ears, this new vinyl pressing has brought the low end much more into the mix and it sounds coarse, dangerous even and on tracks like "Search and Destroy" very fitting to the music. Honestly, it sounds on a vector toward "raw power" as far as the earlier pressing of the 1997 mix as that mix is from the Bowie version.... I bet some will consider this version even noisy ... it is quite clamorous and feels about to explode at any point... I like it and I like having all three for comparison...
            • murihiku100's avatar
              murihiku100
              Well I have a copy too New Zealand a small country a blip on the map in more ways than one, I bought this new in 79
              had an original nz copy I bought from a guy for a couple of reefers and a packet of smokes but don't know what happened to it
              • nathanbuyer's avatar
                nathanbuyer
                Great album. The VMP liner notes are hilariously absurd. The Stooges wanted to "destroy America" OMG dude. Get a grip. Pretentious as hell and utterly absurd. Don't dumb your brain cells reading this adolescent tripe - and he thinks he's so smart. People with "their eyes open" he says. Get a life, dude
                • mr.datsun's avatar
                  mr.datsun
                  Edited 4 months ago
                  This is the full-Bowie version of Raw Power. Only this white label design has it. The later SV press is the Iggy remix.
                  • more-vinyl's avatar
                    more-vinyl
                    the horror...the horror...
                    foobar2000 2.0 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
                    log date: 2023-10-17 09:53:54

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                    Analyzed: Iggy And The Stooges / Raw Power [1997, SRCS 8320]
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                    DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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                    DR0 0.00 dB -2.08 dB 3:29 01-Search And Destroy
                    DR1 0.00 dB -2.21 dB 3:33 02-Gimme Danger
                    DR0 0.00 dB -0.79 dB 4:55 03-Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell
                    DR2 0.00 dB -3.17 dB 3:41 04-Penetration
                    DR2 0.00 dB -3.30 dB 4:16 05-Raw Power
                    DR2 0.00 dB -4.05 dB 4:53 06-I Need Somebody
                    DR1 0.00 dB -1.73 dB 3:04 07-Shake Appeal
                    DR1 0.00 dB -2.80 dB 6:09 08-Death Trip
                    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Number of tracks: 8
                    Official DR value: DR1

                    Samplerate: 44100 Hz
                    Channels: 2
                    Bits per sample: 16
                    Bitrate: 1097 kbps
                    Codec: FLAC
                    • victorhpz's avatar
                      victorhpz
                      Careful
                      There is a lot of fake sellers offering this lp
                      Free shipping and a very low price
                      • bthings1's avatar
                        bthings1
                        Has anyone compared this to a first UK or 1977 UK pressing?

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