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|The Stooges||Primary Artist, Indexed Contributor|
|Ben Edmonds||Reissue Producer|
|Don Gallucci||Producer, Original Album Producer|
|Bill Inglot||Reissue Producer, Remastering|
|Paul Trynka||Liner Notes|
Posted October 1, 2010
Have you ever been body slammed and enjoyed it? If so, this magnificent reissue of one of rock's milestone records is for you. Coming off of their proto-punk debut from 1969 the Stooges recorded this followup the following year and today stands as a testament to their great live energy as this album was basically recorded live in the studio with the aid of Don Galluci, keyboard player of the Kingsmen. This is true Saturday night rock 'n' roll. Music that is both frightening and exciting. Iggy Pop at an anamalitic peak backed by the furious wah wah demention of Ron Asheton's guitar playing and brother Scott Asheton's drumming. Saxaphonist Steve Mackay add a sensous and avant garde feel at times on the tracks he appears on. I would venture to call this music a type of hard rock soul as it has a swinging James Brown element at times. If your a fan of such albums as The Doors "LA WOMAN" and anything by the MC5 look no further and purchase this rock monster. A great representation of what is termed 'Detroit Rock'.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.