Limited edition colored vinyl LP pressing. There are at least two persuasive reasons to hear these recordings: firstly, you have never heard this group before, and secondly, you have never heard these songs before (with one exception). The Stooges that went out on tour in spring 1971 were a quite different group to any version to have entered a studio. Joining the remaining Fun House veterans - Iggy on vocals, Ron Asheton on guitar and Scott Asheton on drums, were new boys Jimmy Recca on bass and James Williamson on guitar - yes indeed! - a dual guitar Stooges!! You don't really need me to tell you what this line-up sounded like... you know (don't you?) - suffice to say they rocked! Eight tracks.

Limited edition colored vinyl LP pressing. There are at least two persuasive reasons to hear these recordings: firstly, you have never heard this group before, and secondly, you have never heard these songs before (with one exception). The Stooges that went out on tour in spring 1971 were a quite different group to any version to have entered a studio. Joining the remaining Fun House veterans - Iggy on vocals, Ron Asheton on guitar and Scott Asheton on drums, were new boys Jimmy Recca on bass and James Williamson on guitar - yes indeed! - a dual guitar Stooges!! You don't really need me to tell you what this line-up sounded like... you know (don't you?) - suffice to say they rocked! Eight tracks.

5060174950711
Electric Circus [Limited Edition Colored LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: EASY ACTION
Catalog: 28
Rel. Date: 06/15/2010
UPC: 5060174950711

Electric Circus [Limited Edition Colored LP]
Artist: The Stooges
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I Got a Right
2. You Don't Want My Name
3. Shadow of Your Smile, The
4. Fresh Rag
5. Dead Body/Who Do You Love?
6. Big Time Bum
7. Do You Want My Love?
8. Children of the Night

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Limited edition colored vinyl LP pressing. There are at least two persuasive reasons to hear these recordings: firstly, you have never heard this group before, and secondly, you have never heard these songs before (with one exception). The Stooges that went out on tour in spring 1971 were a quite different group to any version to have entered a studio. Joining the remaining Fun House veterans - Iggy on vocals, Ron Asheton on guitar and Scott Asheton on drums, were new boys Jimmy Recca on bass and James Williamson on guitar - yes indeed! - a dual guitar Stooges!! You don't really need me to tell you what this line-up sounded like... you know (don't you?) - suffice to say they rocked! Eight tracks.