Iggy made a major change in direction when he moved to Berlin and began working with Bowie in 1977, a partnership that wrought two acclaimed and highly influential albums The Idiot and Lust for Life. Included, among this remarkable 7-disc package are the re-mastered albums, rare late ‘70s live solo performances, demos, alternate mixes, a 40-page booklet, and a brief interview with Pop where he discusses his relationship with Bowie. Looking back on this period, you hear Pop’s evolution from Stooges frontman to adventurous musical raconteur.
Distributed by: U Me Records
Produced by: Iggy Pop, David Bowie