Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Naughty Little Doggie
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Iggy Pop Photos More from Iggy Pop Lust for Life The Idiot Nude & Rude: The Best of Iggy Pop Brick by Brick American Caesar Live at the Avenue B
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Iggy Pop Photos More from Iggy Pop
Lust for Life
Nude & Rude: The Best of Iggy Pop
Brick by Brick
Live at the Avenue B
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Iggy historians- reavaluate this album!
L Salisbury | Maryland United States | 04/26/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"In all three of the recent Iggy biographies- "Open Up & Bleed" by Paul Tryanka, "Gimmie Danger" by Joe Ambrose and (best of all) "Complete Iggy Pop" by Richard Adams- "Naughty Little Doggie" is given a sub par write up, usually dismissing it as "dull". NOT SO! True, this album is by no means, another "Funhouse", "Raw Power" or "Lust For Life" but, in 1996, it was the most energetic album he'd dome since any of those. And, yes, this was primarily Iggy's attempt to cash in on the Grunge scene (which he created with "Funhouse") but he succeeded!
Iggy's second-best album of the 90s ("Brick By Brick" was the best) "Doggie" has some of his most powerfull (musically & lyrically) songs: "I wanna live", "innocent world", "to belong", "heart is saved" and the eerie balleds "outta my head", "shoeshine girl" and the Johnny Thunder memorial "look away". Not just for Iggy completists! Give this CD another listen!"
Stripped down, raw 'n' dirty rockage from the Ig
Chris Edwards | East Texas | 10/25/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
""Naughty Little Doggie" is one of Iggy Pop's more underrated albums, but is a gem, nonetheless. Thom Wilson's production eschews much of the commercial/radio-ready sound of the previous two albums ("Brick by Brick" and "American Caesar") and sounds a lot like a late-70s era punk rock record. Iggy's songwriting is great, par usual, with paeans to the usual suspects--sex, eternal youth, drugs, consumerism.... The sung/spoken piece "Pussy Walk" is classic Iggy--coming from anybody else, it would sound incredibly crude/cheesy, but coming from rock & roll's celebrated "dirty old man" it really works, and so does the fist-pumping "Heart is Saved," "I Wanna Live" and the vaguely Ramones-y "Keep on Believing." A very strong album."
One of his best
B. Coulter | Detroit | 11/02/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This CD rocks all the way through. One of Iggy's best. Raw guitar, vulgar lyrics, great riffs. Buy It!!!"