Iggy Pop-La Rage de Vivre (Jesus?.. This is Iggy) (1998)

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Iggy Pop burst out of Detroit in the late 60s as the frontman for The Stooges. The Stooges were raw, immediate and vulgar. Iggy Pop became notorious for self-mutilating himself on stage and whilst smeared in blood, diving into the audience. Though largely ignored at the time by mainstream audiences, Iggy and The Stooges helped define the sound and attitude that would later be known as punk rock.
Following the break-up of The Stooges, Iggy Pop embarked on a solo career dedicated to keeping the dangerous spirit of rock in roll alive. His music and live act has persistently and subliminally infiltrated the mainstream musical core, and has been a powerful inspiration for countless bands. Iggy Pop is now genuinely being discovered yet again by a whole new generation.
Candidly reflecting on his life Iggy Pop expresses his amazement that he is still alive to tell the story of his remarkable career; his relationship with Nico, his life-long friendship and musical collaboration with David Bowie, the drugs and partying, his resurgence as the original godfather of punk, his belief in his music and of course his remarkable live performance.

Track Listing: 1. Lust For Life 2. TV Eye 3. No Fun 4. I'm Alright 5. Dirt 6. Search And Destroy 7. Funtime 8. Nightclubbing 9. Lust For Life 10. China Girl 11. Blah, Blah, Blah 12. Lust For Life 13. I'm A God 14. Natural Feeling 15. Louie, Louie

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Iggy Pop
David Bowie
John Lydon
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Gilles Nadeau
Iggy Pop
David Bowie
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding
Documentary 1998 50:34 576i (PAL) 1 2 3 4 5 6
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English Dolby Digital 2.0 (224Kb/s)
Main Menu Audio, Gallery, Discography, Trailer-Sunbury Rock Festival; Rainbow Bridge
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