Modern Guy, Modern Guy
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Registration date : 2007-07-07
|Subject: Roadkill Rising Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:30 pm|| |
Shout! Factory will release a comprehensive live 4-CD set of newly remastered bootleg tracks by Iggy Pop, titled Roadkill Rising: The Bootleg Collection 1977–2009, on May 17th.
Sequenced by decade, the set focuses on key songs by The Stooges and tracks culled from Pop's extensive solo catalog, including his hits and an array of covers.
This collection is a part of a series of "official" bootleg releases by Shout! Factory, with the blessing and participation of artists who can now exact a measure of quality control to provide fans with only the best performances, highest quality recordings, and superior packaging with photos and original illustrations. Previous releases in the series include Emerson Lake & Palmer's A Time And A Place and Todd Rundgren's For Lack Of Honest Work. Several more releases are currently in the works.
Roadkill Rising features tracks recorded all over the world, including major tracks such as "I Wanna Be Your Dog," "Lust For Life," "Real Wild Child," "China Girl," one of many co-writes with David Bowie. Among the other artists Pop covers here are Them ("Gloria"), The Kinks ("You Really Got Me"), Richard Berry ("Louie, Louie), and The McCoys ("Hang On Sloopy").
Order the set from ShoutFactory.com and receive a gift with purchase: Iggy Pop – Live in San Francisco – November 27, 1979, a previously unreleased concert CD not available anywhere else, limited to 400 numbered copies here.
Intro - San Diego State University, San Diego, CA (11/16/77)
2 Raw Power
4 Funtime - Rainbow Theatre, London, UK (3/7/77)
5 I Need Somebody
6 Search And Destroy - Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, OH (3/22/77)
7 Turn Blue
8 Gimme Danger
9 Tonight - Masonic Temple, Detroit, MI (3/25/77)
10 Fall In Love With Me
12 Rock Action - San Diego State University, San Diego, CA (11/16/77)
13 Knocking 'Em Down In The City
14 New Values
15 Play It Safe
16 Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell
17 You Really Got Me - Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA (11/27/79)
2 Puppet World
3 One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)
4 Take Care Of Me - Bookie's, Detroit, MI (9/26/80)
5 Batman Theme
6 Hang On Sloopy - Music Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (12/3/81)
7 I Wanna Be Your Dog
9 Real Wild Child
10 Sister Midnight - Club 1018, New York, NY (4/5/87)
11 Blah Blah Blah
12 Winners And Losers
14 Some Weird Sin - Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY (4/15/87)
15 Kill City - The Channel, Boston, MA (7/19/88)
16 High On You - The Ritz, New York, NY (7/20/88)
1 Lust For Life
2 China Girl
3 Butt Town
4 Home - Neue Welt, Berlin, Germany (1/26/91)
5 TV Eye
6 The Passenger
7 Louie Louie
8 Rip It Up - Phoenix Festival, Long Marston Airfield, Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK (7/17/94)
10 Five Foot One - Leysin Festival, Leysin, Switzerland (6/12/91)
12 In The Death Car
13 Fucking Alone
15 No Fun - Agora Theatre, Evry, France (4/23/94)
3 The Jerk
5 Drink New Blood - Bizarre Festival, Weeze, Germany (8/20/01)
7 Dirt #2 - Bol D'Or Circuit De Nevers Magny-Cours, Magny-Cours, France (9/13/03)
8 Down On The Street
9 Real Cool Time - Glastonbury Festival, England, Pilton, Somerset, UK (6/23/07)
10 Funhouse - The FIB, Benicassim, Spain (7/19/07)
11 My Idea Of Fun
12 Not Right
13 Skull Ring - The 930 Club, Washington, DC (4/5/07)
14 Les Feuilles Mortes (Autumn Leaves)
15 King Of The Dogs
16 Spanish Coast
17 Willow Weep For Me
18 Shotgun - Studio 105, Maison de la Radio, Paris, France (5/28/09)
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|Subject: Re: Roadkill Rising Sat Feb 26, 2011 4:25 am|| |
some of those will be interesting!
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Location : Burke, VA
Registration date : 2007-02-26
|Subject: Re: Roadkill Rising Sun Jun 12, 2011 3:42 am|| |
Possibly the worst Iggy-related product name EVER. The artwork ain't much either:
Last edited by MJG196 on Sun Jun 12, 2011 8:00 am; edited 1 time in total
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Registration date : 2009-02-19
|Subject: Re: Roadkill Rising Sun Jun 12, 2011 3:58 am|| |
There's a blank after your comment about the artwork.
You have it then? Poor mastering?
If so good job I hadn't got around to ordering this yet.
It's sad that some of the best Iggy live stuff ends up on torrent sites. 100-300 people downloading...now, that does suggest that the market for these things isn't huge, but then a lot of companies try it, and many f*** it up (not all the time, to be fair....there have been some very good quality Iggy live releases here and there).
I just feel the best quality live recordings ought to be the ones that get a retail release, then a public - that largely ignores torrent sites - will get to hear some amazing Iggy live performances.
It just didn't seem to happen as often as it should that way.
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