Title: (I Got) Nothing
Style: Garage Rock, Punk
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The Stooges is the debut studio album by American rock band The Stooges. It was released on August 5, 1969, by Elektra Records. Two songs, "I Wanna Be Your Dog" and "1969", were released as singles and the album peaked at number 106 on the Billboard album chart. 1969" was featured on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Songs at It is considered a landmark proto-punk album.
The discography of The Stooges - a Detroit, Michigan based rock band founded by "The Godfather of Punk Music" Iggy Pop as singer, Ron Asheton as guitarist, Dave Alexander as bass-guitarist and Scott Asheton as drummer - currently consists of five studio albums, twenty-four singles, four live albums, and three box sets. The Stooges debut album The Stooges was released on August 5, 1969 in the United States, and one month later in the United Kingdom
Iggy And The Stooges – (I Got) Nothing. Label: Skydog – 62233-6, Skydog International – 62233-6. B. Heavy Liquid (I Got) Nothing. Live At Michigan Palace 1974. Side A: different version from Metallic KO album. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout, etched): MELO.
Iggy and the Stooges played third, though the venue’s marquee only listed Iggy Pop, because Columbia Records had only signed Iggy, not the band. A New York glam band named Teenage Lust played second, and a new local band named KISS opened. I was a devoted enough Stooges fan to know that if this is true, this shelved live album would be the only known full multitrack recording ever made of a vintage Stooges concert. The Stooges existed from late 1967 to early 1974. Iggy taunted listeners. He cut himself, danced, posed, got fondled and punched, and by dissolving the barrier between audience and performer, changed rock ‘n’ roll. We never knew what would happen, Stooges guitarist James Williamson said in Open Up and Bleed. That was disappointing. If not him, then who?
Iggy And The Stooges 1973 Raw Power – 03 Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell. The Stooges – I Got A Right 4. 0:39. The Stooges – I Got A Right 2. 3:39. The Stooges – Penetration. Iggy And The Stooges 1973 Raw Power – 02 Gimme Danger. The Stooges – I Got A Right 13. 5:46. Iggy & The Stooges – Raw Power. Iggy And The Stooges – Raw Power. The Stooges – Johanna. The Stooges – I Got Nothing. The Stooges – Gimme Danger. The Stooges – I Got A Right 3. 6:02. The Stooges – Wet My Bed.
other tracks: The Stooges, Iggy Pop. (play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). The Stooges & Iggy pop I wanna be your dog (live version). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw).
When Iggy and the Stooges collapsed in the late 1970s, Iggy hitched a ride with David Bowie, while guitarist James Williamson went off to study calculus. Now, amazingly, they are gigging again. Will Hodgkinson meets both parties of a reckless reunion. Plus, Alexis Petridis on Raw Power, the band's landmark album. Whatever its reputation, nothing can really prepare you for the experience of hearing Raw Power. Over the years, Pop has tended to describe the album not in terms of music, but violence. On one occasion he explained its sound to a journalist by wordlessly smashing a glass; on another he noted "that band could kill any band at the time, and frankly can just kill any of the bands that built on this work since".
The Stooges: все альбомы, включая Highlights From The Funhouse Sessions, Heavy Liquid 'The Album', Playlist: The Best Of The Stooges и другие. Live At Lollapalooza 2007: Iggy & The Stooges. The Stooges, Iggy Pop. 2007 сингл Live. Rhino Hi-Five: The Stooges. 1970: The Complete Fun House Sessions.
|B||Heavy Liquid (I Got) Nothing|
- Recorded At – Michigan Palace
- Bass – Ron Asheton
- Drums – Scott Asheton
- Electric Piano – Scott Thursten*
- Guitar – James Williamson
- Mixed By – Marc Zermati
- Vocals – Iggy Pop
- Written-By – Pop*, Williamson*
Live At Michigan Palace 1974
Side A: different version from Metallic KO album
|SGIS 12||Iggy And The Stooges*||(I Got) Nothing (12", Single, Ltd)||Skydog||SGIS 12||France||1977|
|7125||Iggy And The Stooges*||(I Got) Nothing (7", Single, Ltd, Pic, RE)||Munster Records||7125||Spain||1999|
|JUNG 61||Iggy And The Stooges*||(I Got) Nothing (Last Ever Live Show) (7", Single, Ltd, Num, RM, Cle)||Jungle Records||JUNG 61||UK||1998|
|62233-2, 622332 CD||Iggy And The Stooges*||(I Got) Nothing (CD, Single, Ltd)||Skydog, Skydog||62233-2, 622332 CD||France||1989|
|62233-6||Iggy And The Stooges*||(I Got) Nothing (12", Single, Ltd, RE)||Skydog, Skydog International||62233-6||France||1989|