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Iggy & The Stooges - Search And Destroy - The Detroit Studio Out-Takes Album

Iggy & The Stooges - Search And Destroy - The Detroit Studio Out-Takes Album
Iggy & The Stooges
Search And Destroy - The Detroit Studio Out-Takes
Garage Rock, Punk
30 Mar 2004
Anarchy Music
ARY 8004-2
FLAC size:
1143 mb
MP3 size:
2788 mb
WMA size:
1256 mb


1Till The End Of The Night7:47
2Death Trip5:31
3Gimme Danger5:51
4Rubber Legs5:01
5I'm A Man6:35
6How It Hurts4:14
7Born In A Trailer7:22
9Search And Destroy3:46
10Cock In My Pocket3:49
11She Creatures Of The Hollywood Hills4:41
12Raw Power4:19
13Open Up And Bleed3:09
14I'm So Glad3:11


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CLP 0556-2Iggy & The Stooges Search And Destroy - The Detroit Studio Out-Takes ‎(CD, Comp)CleopatraCLP 0556-2US1999


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Search and Destroy is a song by American rock band the Stooges, recorded for the group's third album Raw Power 1973. Lead singer Iggy Pop said that the title was derived from a column heading in a Time article about the Vietnam War. In 1997, Search and Destroy along with the rest of the songs on Raw Power was remixed and remastered by Pop and Bruce Dickinson. The result was far more aggressive and stripped down than the original release, which had been mixed by David Bowie. Iggy Pop & the Stooges post-Raw Power recordings have been released in so many different forms by so many different label, both legit and bootleg, that's it's nearly impossible to tell which collections are good ones. While it's far from perfect, Cleopatra's Search & Destroy: The Detroit Studio Out-Takes is one of the better collections, at least among those released on CD in the late '90s. The most frustrating thing about the collection is that it relies a little too heavily on reworkings of Raw Power material at the sake of unreleased songs. Then again, these. Footage of The Stooges from 1972 - '74 with Search And Destroy, from their third album Raw Power. Thanks to rock singer Robert Caruso for helping me out with suggestions and the choice of the footage and photos in making this. Search and Destroy. Iggy and. Gimme Danger Lyrics. Search and Destroy Lyrics. Raw Power the Stooges in limbo, Iggy Pop met David Bowie in September 1971, and the pair became good friends. Bowie, then at the height of his Ziggy Stardust-era fame, brought Pop and Williamson to the U. and got them a deal with Columbia Records. The pair attempted to reconstitute the Stooges with British musicians, but finding no suitable additions, brought the Asheton brothers back into the band this second choice decision rankled Ron Asheton, as did his change from guitar to bass. This line-up, billed as Iggy & The Stooges, recorded their third album, the massivel read more. The Stooges. 5 Tracks. songs table. information about the songs on the release Search & Destroy - The Detroit Studio Out-Takes by Iggy & The Stooges: who covered the songs, who sang the originals. Discover The Original. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information. Reissue of the primal three-chord rock & roll band's brutally raw out-takes sessions, recorded prior to the band's last album together, Raw Power, featuring James Williamson on blistering guitar. 14 tracks packaged in a digipak. Anarchy Music. An ultra rare collection of studio out-takes from punk icon Iggy Pop These lo-fi recordings have been digitally remastered to bring out every nuance and all the power Iggy & The Stooges showcased on their brilliant studio albums. Disc: 1. Search And Destroy. Raw Power. Gimme Danger. Artist: Iggy & The Stooges Genre: Rock Release Date: 03092004 Label: Anarchy Catalog Number: ARY 8004-2 Recording: Studio Length: 01:09:44 Format: CD. Users Also Bought. Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables LP Dead Kennedys. Crossover LP . In God We Trust LP Dead Kennedys. Paranoid Time 7 Minutemen