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This LP is single slip sleeve, matte finish, thick paper stock, 180g, with digital download card.
'A lot of geezers my age don't work out of their comfort zone anymore because once you become legendary you don't want people challenging you.' -Iggy Pop
Post Pop Depression, the 17th Iggy Pop album, and a worthy addition to the 22 album legacy spawned with the immortal trilogy of The Stooges, Fun House and Raw Power, spanning massively influential solo outings including 1977's opening 1-2 combo of The Idiot and Lust For Life, and 1990's gold-certified Brick By Brick.
The first Iggy Pop album co-created with producer Homme, Post Pop Depression began with a succinctly worded text from Iggy to Joshua, and was realized in seclusion with Homme's enlisted aid of his Queens Of The Stone Age bandmate and Dead Weather-man Dean Fertitia and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders.
Post Pop Depression is a singular work that stands proudly alongside the best works of either of its principles, from The Stooges to Queens Of The Stone Age, bearing its creators' undeniable sonic DNA while sounding like nothing they've done before. It's a record that wouldn't exist without either Pop or Homme-and one that probably shouldn't in theory if you really think about it-but it does, and we and rock n roll are all the better for it.
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Iggy Pop, thank you for the music. Not only this album, but all of it. You rocked my world harder than anyone ever has, and life has been even better because of it. I love ya, man. I love ya.
I was fortunate to see Iggy and Josh Homme perform last Friday at the Philadelphia Academy of Music. They put on a spectacular show and the band sounded amazing! Not surprisingly they only performed songs from "Lust For Life", "The Idiot" and "Post Pop Depression" which suited their sound to a tee. Iggy was slightly more subdued than usual but musically he has never sounded better. All of the new material sounded great and the band blew the doors off the Academy with stellar renditions of classics like "Sixteen", "Lust For Life" and "China Girl". It was a night to remember and a show I will never forget. When it comes to getting a crowd on their feet Iggy proved he is still the master. In fact nobody sat down once he hit the stage.
With a new band and a great new musical collaborator Iggy seems to have found a new musical direction and a new lease on life. Long may he run!
This record really doesn't have a bad cut. It flows great. The second cut Gardenia is lovely. Reminds me of a Bowie collaboration. Your toes will rap. American Valhalla may be my favorite cut on the record (ok maybe Sunday too). The last two cuts finish the record in style. Chocolate Drops made me grab the lyric sheet. You'll know why. My only minor, minor gripe, is there should have been just a bit more tasteful guitar. This is a really good record. If you are an Iggy fan, you'll love it.