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Iggy And The Stooges - Raw Power Album
Performer:
Iggy And The Stooges
Album:
Raw Power
Style:
Garage Rock, Hard Rock, Punk
Released:
2001
Country:
Europe
Label:
Columbia, Legacy, Sony Music Media
Catalog:
505056 2, 5050562000, SMM 505056-2
FLAC size:
2470 mb
MP3 size:
1777 mb
WMA size:
1430 mb


Tracklist


1Shake Appeal
2Raw Power
3I Need Somebody
4Search And Destroy
5Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell
6Death Trip
7Gimme Danger
8Penetration


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KC 32111Iggy And The Stooges Raw Power ‎(LP, Album, Pit)ColumbiaKC 32111US1973
WPCT-32111Iggy And The Stooges Raw Power ‎(Cass, Album, RE)ColumbiaWPCT-32111CanadaUnknown
CK32111Iggy And The Stooges Raw Power ‎(CD, Album, RE, Lon)ColumbiaCK32111US1989
SBP 234317, KC 32111Iggy And The Stooges Raw Power ‎(LP, Album, RE)CBS, CBSSBP 234317, KC 32111New Zealand1979
CK 66229, DIDP 089484Iggy And The Stooges Raw Power ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Columbia, Legacy, ColumbiaCK 66229, DIDP 089484US1997
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KC 32111Iggy And The Stooges Raw Power ‎(LP, Album, Pit)ColumbiaKC 32111US1973
WPCT-32111Iggy And The Stooges Raw Power ‎(Cass, Album, RE)ColumbiaWPCT-32111CanadaUnknown
CK32111Iggy And The Stooges Raw Power ‎(CD, Album, RE, Lon)ColumbiaCK32111US1989
505056 2, 5050562000, SMM 505056-2Iggy And The Stooges Raw Power ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)Columbia, Legacy, Columbia, Legacy, Sony Music Media505056 2, 5050562000, SMM 505056-2Europe2001
SBP 234317, KC 32111Iggy And The Stooges Raw Power ‎(LP, Album, RE)CBS, CBSSBP 234317, KC 32111New Zealand1979


Credits


  • Bass, VocalsRon Asheton
  • Design [Graphic Design]Sean Evans
  • DrumsScott Asheton
  • Engineer [Assistant, Reissue]David Swope
  • Engineer [Mix, Reissue]Danny Kadar
  • Executive-Producer [For Reissue]Bruce Dickinson
  • GuitarJames Williamson
  • Management [Project Director]Mark Feldman
  • Mastered By [Reissue]Mark Wilder
  • Mixed By [Original Recordings]David Bowie, Iggy Pop
  • Photography ByMick Rock
  • Producer [Original Recording], Reissue ProducerIggy Pop
  • RemixBruce Dickinson , Danny Kadar, Iggy Pop
  • VocalsIggy Pop
  • Written-ByIggy Pop, James Williamson
  • Bass, VocalsRon Asheton
  • DrumsScott Asheton
  • Engineer [Assistant]David Swope (tracks: C1 to D4)
  • Engineer [Mix Engineer]Danny Kadar (tracks: C1 to D4)
  • Lacquer Cut ByKPG
  • Liner NotesBrian J. Bowe, James Williamson, Kris Needs, Scott Asheton
  • Mixed ByDavid Bowie (tracks: A1 to B4), Iggy Pop (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Photography ByHelen Linna, Mick Rock, Robert Matheu, Seth Tiven
  • Producer, Liner NotesIggy Pop
  • Remastered ByMarc Wilder
  • RemixBruce Dickinson (tracks: C1 to D4), Danny Kadar (tracks: C1 to D4), Iggy Pop (tracks: C1 to D4)


Notes


Track 3: Originally titled "Hard To Beat"

© 2001 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
℗ 1973 Sony Music Entertainment inc.
Made in Austria

Catalog number printed on spine is "505056 2".
Catalog number printed on back cover and CD label is "5050562000".

Original recordings/release:
Released as the Columbia album Raw Power, KC 32111
Recorded in 1972 at CBS Studios, London
Mixed at Western Sound, Hollywood

Reissue Information:
Remixed and remastered in 1996 at Sony Music Studios, NYC
Special Thank You to: Bob Irwin and Vicki PetrellaReleased on Record Store Day 4-21-12.
Special edition double LP that includes remastered versions of both the original 1973 David Bowie mix
and the 1997 Iggy Pop mix. Gatefold cover, includes a 16-page booklet.
Some copies of the Bowie Mix LP have side A labels on both sides.

Recorded at CBS Studios, London.

1973 version mixed at Western Sound, Hollywood.


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: SACEM/SACD/SDRM/SGDL/BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 02604
  • Barcode: 5 099750 505625
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony Music S0248517610-0101 23 A5
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L553
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K1
  • Price Code (Back cover & CD label): CB 661
  • Other (Sony format code on back cover): CDM


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Distributed By – Columbia Records
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing
  • Lacquer Cut At – Cohearent Audio
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
  • Made By – Sony Music – S0248517610-0101
  • Distributed By – Sony Music
  • Recorded At – CBS Studios, London
  • Mixed At – Western Recorders
  • Remixed At – Sony Music Studios, New York City
  • Remastered At – Sony Music Studios, New York City


Album


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  • Bu
If anyone wants to hear the exact reason the loudness war sucks just listen to this horrible remaster.
  • Levion
Just picked up this release lately. Absolutely wonderful and couldn't be happier with it. The 1997 mix sounds wonderful on vinyl and is perfectly mastered. I know I may be in the minority when I say this but, I very much prefer the 1997 mix to the original 1973 mix. The original in my opinion feels very lifeless and like demo versions honestly. The 1997 mix really puts the power in Raw Power as every mix of every track on the album is superior to its 1973 counterpart. If you want the 1997 mix on vinyl, pick up this release.
  • Drelalen
Well, I absolutely love this release and both options please me greatly. Long live rock and roll!
  • Oppebro
Is the cover very flimsy or sturdy cause a lot of Sony legacy reissues have flimsy covers.
  • greed style
Not flimsy but not the best. As far as gatefolds go it doesn’t hold perfect shape so records can snag on the fold
  • Dorilune
in my opinion bowie's mix brings the rock/rock n roll elements of the record to the first plane whereas iggy's mix is a more modern take of the album where everything just sounds more alternative and hard but also somewhat commercial, there is still some rawness to the bowie's mix that is fairly enchanting i would say
  • Fearlesssinger
bruno8586 , I think that's the first time I've heard Raw Power describes as "enchanting"(!). As an old time Stooge fan ,the supposed weakness of the original only really (to my knowledge) started in the late '80s when the Stooges were being reevaluated & Iggy said something along the lines that Bowie had turned in a weak mix of a hard rocking record. I think Those who had the record like myself had always thought it sounded great The problem with Iggys mix is that you can't put yourself in 1972 from '97 & it simply does not sound like a 70s record due the remix equipment used,music he's heard since '72 & other variables + when Ron & Scott, James & eventually even Iggy are quoted as saying the 'Bowie mix' is the best version I think that is important, but if someone enjoys the '97 mix that's fine - but it isn't 'The Raw Power' recording ,that's my view...
  • Yozshubei
Love this double. But..... I've had two copies that both LPs were completely warped. Anyone else have trouble with this?
  • Tholmeena
Yup - I bought a copy recently and both discs are warped and off centre.
  • Kekinos
My copy - ordered new and acquired today from local shop is good. Not pancake flat but good enough. Few clicks that I will try and clean up
  • Yojin
The record shop I work at has ordered numerous copies of this pressing from our distributor, hoping to get non-warped copies, but every last one has been warped. We've had to return each one.
  • Yahm
that's a problem with the distributors and storage, not pressing
  • Shaktit
I had the same problem tooSound with a lott of craLottI'm not take a risk for another one copy tooI heard that the eu version is better
  • Majin
Yes I had trouble with my issue. It wasn't warped but was way off center, and had audible distortions to the sound. I sold mine personally....my friend however had one not pressed at United (like mine was) and his did not have that issue, but I'm not shelling out the money for another one to take the risk.....
  • Gaua
The 1997 Iggy remix sounds so much better than the Bowie mix. Love this pressing and sold my Sundazed version. The Bowie mix is basically vocals and lead guitar over dubs with everything else turned down so low you can't hear it at all on some parts. I hear the 97 remix sounded terrible on CD but the vinyl is great. Highly recommended.
  • Cheber
iggy mix is down out of the red so there is no distortion/clipping, because it's a record so you can't do that. awesome!
  • Frostdefender
a lot of cracks bad manufactured vinyl i wonder if they test them
  • Xarcondre
Is it just me, or does the Iggy mix actually sound really good on vinyl here? And I'm one who really dislikes the 1997 CD.Granted, it sounds quite a bit different than the original Bowie mix, but it seems like what Iggy was going for in '97 really comes through here.
  • Warianys
mikeh69 It's true about the Iggy mix on vinyl. Mark Wilder smoothed it a lot. It could use a " proper " remix with a better balance of everything. They should work on the best bass and drums mix and then pile the guitars and vocals on there. But within the bass and drums. So nothing is missing. No over distorting. It was well recorded just the two mixes are extreme. They can't do much more with the mix because even though the session was recorded on a 24 track tape machine, for some dumb reason they have vocals on one track, lead guitar on another track, and then everything else all on one stereo track. No drums, bass, or rhythm guitar can be adjusted / separated. That's what I read anyway. Bowie said all he could do was turn up the vocals and lead guitar and he had one day through a really old board. That mix was always crap. I'm surprised at how good Iggy was able to get it in 97. The vinyl sounds great.
  • Gann
It's true about the Iggy mix on vinyl. Mark Wilder smoothed it a lot. It could use a " proper " remix with a better balance of everything. They should work on the best bass and drums mix and then pile the guitars and vocals on there. But within the bass and drums. So nothing is missing. No over distorting. It was well recorded just the two mixes are extreme.
  • Teonyo
DigitalZombie I bought this not being too familiar with either mix. Having said that, I find the Iggy mix to be my preference. His vocals definitely sit more naturally in the mix, giving the guitars' snarl more of a front seat. The vox on the Bowie mix sit on top of everything in an unnatural way, IMO. Oh yeah, the Bowie mix was always considered pretty bad in its own way. It's considered a very thin, trebly mix that robs the songs of a lot of their...um...raw power. In particular, it buries the fantastic Asheton brothers rhythm section. Yet, in its own way, this mix was influential to a lot of punk and lo-fi to come.I think if you are in the position of not being familiar with any version, the Iggy mix on this vinyl version will probably sound the best. But if you want to see why the Iggy mix is generally looked down upon, check out the '97 CD. It's hard to believe it took Iggy, Bruce Dickinson and a third producer to come up with this; it sounds like they just turned up all the levels on the mixing board to the very top.
  • Goll
I bought this not being too familiar with either mix. Having said that, I find the Iggy mix to be my preference. His vocals definitely sit more naturally in the mix, giving the guitars' snarl more of a front seat. The vox on the Bowie mix sit on top of everything in an unnatural way, IMO.
  • jorik
I suppose I'll always be partial to the Bowie mix, since it was the original and it's what I know best, and my feelings on the Iggy mix were not good for a long time (due to the '97 CD sounding awful). But yeah, both do sound great here, and it's amazing how much better the Iggy mix sounds here when compared to the '97 CD.
  • Throw her heart
Which version are you more a fan of? The original bowie mix or the 1997? I'm kind of feeling the Bowie mix a bit more myself. Both sound pretty great!
  • Grinin
Does this pressing of the Iggy mix clip like the CD does?
  • Leyl
No, I'll add to this. Vinyl: http://i.imgur.com/OfDvj.png
  • Kann
No. There is no audible clipping on the mix, and I can't see any in the waveform either.