Iggy and The Stooges release Raw Power Legacy Edition

Iggy and the Stooges have just released a Legacy re-issue of their seminal album Raw Power. Two re-workings of the album, originally produced by Iggy and mixed by David Bowie, feature a load of previously unreleased recordings from the bands Raw Power “era” of 1972-73. Disc Two of the Legacy re-issue, titled “Georgia Peaches”, is a one hour performance at Atlanta’s notorious rock club Richards, from October ’73. The Deluxe Edition in-stores on April 27th and features a fully-packed 7-inch square slipcase box set containing 3 audio CD’s, a DVD documentary, a 48-page book, five 5×7 inch prints, and a bonus 7-inch 45 rpm picture sleeve single – will be released exclusively through www.iggyandthestooges.com. The band has also just released a video that talks about the first Raw Power show. “A Show was booked for us, somewhere where they thought no one would come”, recalls Iggy. The clip can be seen here.

Here is what the Legacy Edition contains:


Disc One: RAW POWER (recorded September-October 1972, originally issued February 1973, as Columbia 32111) Selections: 1. Search And Destroy • 2. Gimme Danger • 3. Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell • 4. Penetration • 5. Raw Power • 6. I Need Somebody • 7. Shake Appeal • 8. Death Trip.

Disc Two: “Georgia Peaches” (Live At Richards, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1973, all tracks previously unreleased Selections: 1. Introduction • 2. Raw Power • 3. Head On • 4. Gimme Danger • 5. Search And Destroy • 6. I Need Somebody • 7. Heavy Liquid • 8. Cock In My Pocket • 9. Open Up And Bleed • Bonus tracks: 10. Doojiman (previously unreleased outtake from Raw Power sessions, 1972) • 11. Head On (previously unreleased CBS Studio rehearsal performance, New York City, 1973).

CD Booklet: includes personal introductions written by survivors Iggy Pop, Scott Asheton, and James Williamson.

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