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Limited edition of 1500 numbered copies on ash grey coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Pop Music by Iggy Pop is the 1996 compilation featuring the 20 best tracks released through BMG between 1979 and 1981, including "Bang Bang", "I Need More", "I'm Bored", "New Values" and "Five Foot One". Iggy Pop was associated with Virgin Records for much of his post-Stooges solo career, but for a brief spell during the late '70s and early '80s he called Arista Records (BMG) his home. This era saw punk's godfather stray away from the primal style he is known for, as he experimented largely with new wave sounds.
Limited edition of 1500 numbered copies on ash grey coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Pop Music by Iggy Pop is the 1996 compilation featuring the 20 best tracks released through BMG between 1979 and 1981, including "Bang Bang", "I Need More", "I'm Bored", "New Values" and "Five Foot One". Iggy Pop was associated with Virgin Records for much of his post-Stooges solo career, but for a brief spell during the late '70s and early '80s he called Arista Records (BMG) his home. This era saw punk's godfather stray away from the primal style he is known for, as he experimented largely with new wave sounds.
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Pop Music [Colored Vinyl] (Gry) [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Hol)
Artist: Iggy Pop
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Loco Mosquito
2. Bang Bang
3. Tell Me a Story
4. Pumpin' for Jill
5. Take Care of Me
6. I Need More
7. I'm Bored
8. Knocking 'Em Down (In the City)
9. I Snub You
10. Sea of Love
11. Play It Safe
12. Dog Food
13. Happy Man
14. Time Won't Let Me
15. Five Foot One
16. Angel
17. Girls
18. New Values
19. Pleasure
20. Houston Is Hot Tonight

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Limited edition of 1500 numbered copies on ash grey coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Pop Music by Iggy Pop is the 1996 compilation featuring the 20 best tracks released through BMG between 1979 and 1981, including "Bang Bang", "I Need More", "I'm Bored", "New Values" and "Five Foot One". Iggy Pop was associated with Virgin Records for much of his post-Stooges solo career, but for a brief spell during the late '70s and early '80s he called Arista Records (BMG) his home. This era saw punk's godfather stray away from the primal style he is known for, as he experimented largely with new wave sounds.
        
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