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  1. Zolokasa

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    Aug 17, · New York’s Talking Heads were the first of the new wave/punk bands to make geekiness utterly cool. Over the years, the band moved from a jerky, nervous, punk-inspired sensibility to something smoother, with funkier, global, polyrhythmic beats and, finally, to pure pop. This collection includes choice cuts from each Talking Heads album.
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  4. Mezir

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    Lyrics to 'The Passenger' by Iggy Pop: I'm the passenger And i ride and i ride I ride through the city's backside I see the stars come out of the sky Yeah, they're bright in a hollow sky.
  5. Daitaxe

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    Armed with a killer band and, again, David Bowie as producer, Iggy elevated the intensity on "Lust for Life," writing many of his best songs (with Bowie) and recapturing his former hard-rockin’ glory. The instant-classic title cut joins "The Passenger," "Success," "Sixteen," "Some Weird Sin," "Neighborhood Threat" and more.
  6. Akizshura

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    Apr 16,  · Box features The Idiot, Lust For Life, outtakes + unheard live material. In May, Universal Music will issue The Bowie Years, a seven CD Iggy Pop box set that presents Iggy’s collaborations with David Bowie – both in the studio and live on stage – including classic albums The Idiot and Lust For Life. Both of those albums were co-written with David Bowie and David produced The Idiot.
  7. Nirisar

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    "The Passenger" first rode into view on Iggy Pop's third solo effort, Lust for Life, the follow-up album coming quickly on the heels of his first real musical collaboration with David Bowie, The Idiot LP released earlier that same year. "The Passenger" is a voyeuristic .
  8. Zoloshura

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    I love Iggy Pop and really enjoyed the two tracks he performed on Jools Live from this album so had to buy it!Definitely not disappointed, in my view this is one of Iggy's finest vermotideslyanatacharvajibepa.xyzinfo track stands up in its own right and Iggy true to vermotideslyanatacharvajibepa.xyzinfo a long album,by today's standards,but in keeping with what you would expect from a vinyl /5().
  9. Gardagami

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    Iggy Pop's second comeback album leaves one with ambivalent feelings: glad that Iggy is alive, apparently well, writing, singing and performing again, but upset because his new stance is so utterly unchallenging and cautious. Taken purely on its own terms, Lust for Life is a successful album. Side one is quite good, starting with the title cut.

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