Extensive 5CD set documenting the final year of The Stooges. Featuring five live shows recorded across the USA supporting the release of 'Raw Power'. Raw, high-energy, uncompromising and overflowing with Iggy at his most charismatic, confrontational best. Includes seminal Stooges classics - 'Search And Destroy', 'Raw Power', 'Gimme Danger' - alongside lesser known material. Sleevenotes from Iggy aficionado, the legendary Kris NeedsFollowing a two year hiatus, and by fair means or foul, The Stooges reunited in 1972 for what would become their final album. 1973's "Raw Power", arguably their greatest statement, was the result, and the band hit the road in support of the record, resulting in a number of legendary shows. Collected here for the first time, "You Think You're Bad, Man?" brings together highlights from a year on the road, capturing the band on blistering form and Iggy at His Most Erratic, Confrontational Best As He Heckles, Goads And Incites Well Lubricated Audiences Across The US. Clichés Are Rife Wherever The Stooges Are Discussed, But Their Position As Inspiration And Advance Notice For Punk Rock And All That Came After It Is A Given. Captured Across These Five Cds, All Recorded On Consumer Grade Devices, Are The Origins Of That Punk Legend, And Arguably Of The Spirit Of Punk Rock Itself - Nobody Had Ever Quite Taken It To The Audience In The Way Iggy Et Al Did In 1973. This Is Fast, Furious Rock 'N Roll, Played By The Self-Declared Hardest Working Band In The Country. ALL OF THESE RECORDINGS WERE MADE DURING THE PERIOD IN WHICH IGGY WAS SIGNED WITH TONY DEFRIES' MANAGEMENT COMPANY MAINMAN.
Extensive 5CD set documenting the final year of The Stooges. Featuring five live shows recorded across the USA supporting the release of 'Raw Power'. Raw, high-energy, uncompromising and overflowing with Iggy at his most charismatic, confrontational best. Includes seminal Stooges classics - 'Search And Destroy', 'Raw Power', 'Gimme Danger' - alongside lesser known material. Sleevenotes from Iggy aficionado, the legendary Kris NeedsFollowing a two year hiatus, and by fair means or foul, The Stooges reunited in 1972 for what would become their final album. 1973's "Raw Power", arguably their greatest statement, was the result, and the band hit the road in support of the record, resulting in a number of legendary shows. Collected here for the first time, "You Think You're Bad, Man?" brings together highlights from a year on the road, capturing the band on blistering form and Iggy at His Most Erratic, Confrontational Best As He Heckles, Goads And Incites Well Lubricated Audiences Across The US. Clichés Are Rife Wherever The Stooges Are Discussed, But Their Position As Inspiration And Advance Notice For Punk Rock And All That Came After It Is A Given. Captured Across These Five Cds, All Recorded On Consumer Grade Devices, Are The Origins Of That Punk Legend, And Arguably Of The Spirit Of Punk Rock Itself - Nobody Had Ever Quite Taken It To The Audience In The Way Iggy Et Al Did In 1973. This Is Fast, Furious Rock 'N Roll, Played By The Self-Declared Hardest Working Band In The Country. ALL OF THESE RECORDINGS WERE MADE DURING THE PERIOD IN WHICH IGGY WAS SIGNED WITH TONY DEFRIES' MANAGEMENT COMPANY MAINMAN.
5013929110106

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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 12/11/2020
UPC: 5013929110106

You Think You're Bad Man: Road Tapes 73-74 (Box)
Artist: Iggy Pop / Stooges
Format: CD
New: Available 47.99
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DISC: 1

1. Raw Power
2. Head On
3. Search And Destroy
4. I Need Somebody
5. New Orleans
6. She Creatures Of The Hollywood Hills
7. Open Up And Bleed
8. Gimme Danger
9. Raw Power 1
10. Head On 1
11. Rant #1 1
12. Gimme Danger 1
13. Search And Destroy 1
14. Rant #2 1
15. Heavy Liquid 1
16. Rant #3 1
17. Open Up And Bleed 1
18. Raw Power 1
19. Head On 2
20. Gimme Danger 2
21. Rich Bitch 2
22. Wet My Bed 2
23. I Got Nothin' 2
24. Search And Destroy 2
25. Cock In My Pocket 2
26. I Need Somebody 2
27. Heavy Liquid 2
28. Open Up And Bleed 2
29. Raw Power 3
30. Rich Bitch 3
31. Wet My Bed 3
32. I Got Nothin' 3
33. Cock In My Pocket 3
34. Search And Destroy 3
35. Gimme Danger 3
36. Heavy Liquid 3
37. Heavy Liquid 3
38. I Got Nothin' 3
39. Rich Bitch 4
40. Gimme Danger 4
41. Cock In My Pocket 4
42. Louie Louie

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Extensive 5CD set documenting the final year of The Stooges. Featuring five live shows recorded across the USA supporting the release of 'Raw Power'. Raw, high-energy, uncompromising and overflowing with Iggy at his most charismatic, confrontational best. Includes seminal Stooges classics - 'Search And Destroy', 'Raw Power', 'Gimme Danger' - alongside lesser known material. Sleevenotes from Iggy aficionado, the legendary Kris NeedsFollowing a two year hiatus, and by fair means or foul, The Stooges reunited in 1972 for what would become their final album. 1973's "Raw Power", arguably their greatest statement, was the result, and the band hit the road in support of the record, resulting in a number of legendary shows. Collected here for the first time, "You Think You're Bad, Man?" brings together highlights from a year on the road, capturing the band on blistering form and Iggy at His Most Erratic, Confrontational Best As He Heckles, Goads And Incites Well Lubricated Audiences Across The US. Clichés Are Rife Wherever The Stooges Are Discussed, But Their Position As Inspiration And Advance Notice For Punk Rock And All That Came After It Is A Given. Captured Across These Five Cds, All Recorded On Consumer Grade Devices, Are The Origins Of That Punk Legend, And Arguably Of The Spirit Of Punk Rock Itself - Nobody Had Ever Quite Taken It To The Audience In The Way Iggy Et Al Did In 1973. This Is Fast, Furious Rock 'N Roll, Played By The Self-Declared Hardest Working Band In The Country. ALL OF THESE RECORDINGS WERE MADE DURING THE PERIOD IN WHICH IGGY WAS SIGNED WITH TONY DEFRIES' MANAGEMENT COMPANY MAINMAN.