THE TIME HAS FINALLY COME. You have asked & we have answered. “Didn’t The Stooges record more outtakes for Raw Power?” “Are the original tapes truly lost?” “This album is the blueprint for all of punk – come on, will there ever be an expanded version of Raw Power?” Well friends, we are happy to report that your 37 year wait is over.
First released on Columbia Records in 1973, the savagely bombastic
RAW POWER DELUXE EDITION by Iggy And The Stooges becomes available on APRIL 27th!
One of the most influential albums of all time, this project was overseen by Iggy himself and includes:
The long out-of-print original David Bowie mix of the album.
“Georgia Peaches,” an 8-song, one-hour performance at Atlanta’s notorious rock club Richards in October 1973
A full disc of Rarities, Outtakes, & Alternates from the Raw Power Era.
48 page softcover book with essays by Henry Rollins, Brian J. Bowe and Kris Needs + testimonials by Tom Morello, Lou Reed, Cheetah Chrome, Jim Reid, Perry Farrell, Hugo Burnham and more.
A TON of previously unseen Raw Power-era shots.
5 exquisite 5×7-inch prints, suitable for framing.
Japanese pic-sleeve 45 single repro: “Raw Power b/w “Search And Destroy”
The “Making of Raw Power” documentary by Morgan Neville featuring NEW interviews with Iggy Pop, James Williamson, Scott Asheton, Mike Watt, Johnny Marr, and Henry Rollins; plus live performance footage of James Williamson’s first reunion gig with Iggy and the Stooges – after 35 years! – shot at Festival Planeta Terra, São Paulo, Brazil, November 2009.