Review #94: Fun House, The Stooges

#94: Fun House, The Stooges

Fun fact: When I was but a young teen, I fell in love with The Stooges. I was especially obsessed with the 2005 reissue of this album, which has about fifty outtakes of all of these songs that sound just godawful. Just Iggy Pop and all his band members drunkenly destroying their vocals and instruments. I was obsessed.




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