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Sixteen - Iggy Pop - Lust For Life (CD, Album)

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  1. 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.
  2. May 29,  · Studio Album Lust For Life: Sixteen Music By – Iggy Pop: Some Weird Sin: The Passenger Music By – Ricky Gardiner: Tonight: Success Lyrics By – Iggy Pop, Walter Lacey: Turn Blue Music By – David Bowie, Warren Peace: Neighborhood Threat Music By – David Bowie, Ricky Gardiner:
  3. Apr 10,  · Iggy Pop’s fruitful collaboration with David Bowie in Berlin, Germany — resulting in the Stooges singer’s acclaimed solo albums The Idiot and Lust for Life — will be the focus of an.
  4. The less than stellar Lust for Life, the second of the Bowie collaboration albums, but the first disc in this set, sounds more like an Iggy Pop album. It is noteworthy for the classic title track, the Passenger and Tonight, which David Bowie covered a few years later/5(82).

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