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Stooges Iggy
« on: Jan 01, 2019, 06:12 AM »
Raw power fun house

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Re: Stooges Iggy
« Reply #1 on: Jan 03, 2019, 08:30 AM »
shit yes. This is the shit that blows my mind that it was made in the 60s. Late 60s yes, but NOTHING like anything that had been around. Fun House is probably my favorite.
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Re: Stooges Iggy
« Reply #2 on: Jan 04, 2019, 04:08 AM »
Thanks for the feedback brother

Johnny Marr from the Smiths legacy named raw power as the greatest rock album of all time in a recent interview

Both funhouse and raw power are a coin toss for me. Not all the way through solid albums like say REMís lifeís rich pageant or the jacketís it still moves but the first half of funhouse is simply ARRESTING

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Re: Stooges Iggy
« Reply #3 on: Jan 04, 2019, 10:32 AM »
Thanks for the feedback brother

Johnny Marr from the Smiths legacy named raw power as the greatest rock album of all time in a recent interview

Both funhouse and raw power are a coin toss for me. Not all the way through solid albums like say REMís lifeís rich pageant or the jacketís it still moves but the first half of funhouse is simply ARRESTING

TV EYE *drool*


it's funny you mention REM's Life's Rich Pageant as I've recently been listening to some of the earlier REM stuff. I'm 38 so I missed those earlier albums and I really liked LRP, especially Cuyahoga.
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Re: Stooges Iggy
« Reply #4 on: Jan 04, 2019, 05:19 PM »
OMG youíre 12 yrs younger than me! Please leave me alone ;)


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Re: Stooges Iggy
« Reply #5 on: Jan 04, 2019, 05:29 PM »
Thanks for the feedback brother

Johnny Marr from the Smiths legacy named raw power as the greatest rock album of all time in a recent interview

Both funhouse and raw power are a coin toss for me. Not all the way through solid albums like say REMís lifeís rich pageant or the jacketís it still moves but the first half of funhouse is simply ARRESTING

TV EYE *drool*


it's funny you mention REM's Life's Rich Pageant as I've recently been listening to some of the earlier REM stuff. I'm 38 so I missed those earlier albums and I really liked LRP, especially Cuyahoga.

I'm 52 and discovered R.E.M. right as Green was coming out in the late 1980s and quickly fell in love with all their prior albums. I still like the earlier albums better than anything post Green. (Got to see them live in San Diego on that tour in 1989.)

Edit: Life's Rich Pageant and Murmur are tied for my favorite.