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  • Iggy Pop
  • SONGS RELEASED ON THE OFFICIAL STUDIO ALBUMS 1969-2012

  • SPECIAL THANKS TO: PAUL GAMMAGE FOR INFORMATIONS ABOUT COVERS AND NATALIE SCHLOSSMAN FOR INFORMATIONS ABOUT EARLY THE STOOGES SONGS


    A


    A Quick Trip To Alamut
    With Paul Schutze 1998

    African Man (rough mix)
    Alternative New Values demo mix 1979

    Again & Again
    The Iguanas 1962/1965

    Aisha
    With Death In Vegas - The Contino Sessions CD 1999

    Aisha (edit)
    With Death In Vegas - Singles 1999/2000

    Aisha (Trevor Jackson's Vocal Mix)
    With Death In Vegas - Promo CD 2000

    All These Blues
    The Prime Movers 1965/1966

    Ambition (instrumental) (demo)
    Soldier Sessions - Wales 27-08-1979

    American Caesar (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Angel (rough mix)
    Alternative New Values demo mix 1979

    Ann (full version)
    Rhino - Deluxe Edition 2CD - The Stooges 1969
    Alternative name is "The Dance Of Romance"

    Around and Around
    With Gang War (Chuck Berry song) - The Heat, NYC (second set) 28-12-1979

    Asshole Rules The Navy
    With A Hawk and a Hacksaw - from Son Of Rogues Gallery "Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys" 2013

    Asthma Attack
    The Psychedelic Stooges performed this song on shows in 1968

    Atolladero
    Atolladero soundtrack 1995

    Autumn Leaves
    Les Feuilles De Morte Acapella version ("Autumn Leaves" in the original French) - Canal Plus' Le Grand Journal 29-05-2009
    Tribute to the original version by Joseph Cosma (1905-69) and Jacques Prévert (1900-77) which was performed in the 1946 Marcel Carné film "Les Portes de la Nuit"


    B


    Back Door Man
    The Doors Cover (Howlin' Wolf song) - With Soul Asylum - The Concert For The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame 1995

    Baby It Can't Fall (rough mix)
    Alternative Blah-Blah-Blah mono mix 1986

    Ballad Of Hollis Brown
    Bob Dylan cover - studio sessions 197? - Iggy with unknown guitar player - this session is often mis-titled "Iggy & James Williamson Jam" on bootlegs

    Batman Theme
    Link Wray Cover - This song was played on Iggy's UK/European New Values tour in 1979 with Jackie Clarke as Robin and Iggy as Batman

    Baby, It Can't Fall (extended remix)
    B-side of "Shades" single 1986

    Beside You (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Beside You (early demo)
    Demos with Steve Jones - Los Angeles, Hancock Park 1985

    Beside You (acoustic version)
    B-side to "Beside You" single 1993 - Iggy performed this song solo on TV and radio shows in 1993 and 1994

    Beggar (acoustic)
    Brick By Brick Demo 1990

    Big Time Bum
    The Stooges performed this song on tour in 1971
    Alternative names of this song are: "See Me Dancing" and "Over My Dead Cock"

    Billy Is A Runaway (rough mix)
    Alternative New Values demo mix 1979

    Bite You
    Skull Ring Outtake 2002

    Black Bottom
    From private collection - Skull Ring session in Spain - July, 2002

    Black Like Me
    The Stooges performed this song on tour in 1971
    Alternative names of this song are: "Nigger Man", "Who Do You Love?", "Dead Body" and "Over My Deas Body"

    Black Sunshine
    With White Zombie - La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol.1 CD 1992

    Black Sunshine (Indestructible Sock It To Me Psycho Head Mix)
    With White Zombie & KMFDM 1992

    Blah-Blah-Blah (rough mix)
    Alternative Blah-Blah-Blah mono mix 1986

    Blank
    Naughty Little Doggie Sessions 20-01-1995

    Blood On Your Cool
    Skull Ring Outtake 2002

    Blue Moon
    The Iguanas - A standard, written by Rodgers & Hart (Iguanas version probably from The Ventures) 1962/1965

    Blues
    Monster Men EP 1996

    Boogie Boy (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Born In A Trailer
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - alternative names of this song are "Nowhere" and "I Come From Nowhere"

    Brakes On
    Party sessions in 1980 - this song was played on Iggy's tour in 1980

    Brick by Brick (acoustic demo version)
    Brick By Brick demo - released on "The Undefeated" single 1990

    Brick by Brick (solo version)
    Iggy performed this song solo on TV and radio shows in 1990

    Burning Up
    Madonna cover - R'N'Roll Hall Of Fame, Madonna Tribute 10-03-2008 (The Stooges)

    Butt Town (acoustic demo version)
    Brick By Brick demo - released on "Candy" single 1990

    Butt Town (solo version)
    Iggy performed this song solo on TV and radio shows in 1990


    C


    California Sun
    The Iguanas - The Rivieras cover 1962/1965

    Can’t Turn You Loose
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973

    Candy (les guitar mix)
    Single 1990

    Candy (Pretenders version)
    With Pretenders - VH1's Decades of Rock Pretenders & Friends - Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City 11-08-2006

    CC Rider
    Chuck Willis cover, but he did not write the song. It's an old blues standard first recorded by Ma Rainey in 1925 under the title, "See See Rider Blues".
    Iggy performed this song on the Lust For Life tour in 1977

    Chains
    New Values Outtake 1979

    Chanson D'Hélene
    With Mísia - album "Delikatessen Café Concerto" 2013

    Character (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    China Girl (remix)
    Clear sound remaster 1977

    China Girl (7"Cut)
    Spanish Heavy Rhithm 1977

    Claustrophobia
    The Stooges - The Weirdness LP 2007

    Cock In My Pocket
    This song was played on Iggy and The Stooges's tour in 1973/74, 2010 and on several Iggy's tours from 1978 and onwards

    Come Back
    From private collection - Rehearsal

    Come Back Tomorrow
    B-side to "Wild America" Single and "Wild America" EP 1993

    Come Back Tomorrow (acoustic version)
    Iggy performed this song solo on TV and radio shows in 1993

    Come Hungry Sweet Child
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - alternative names of this song are "I Need Somebody" and "Sweet Child"

    Commercial Love
    Beat 'Em Up single 2001

    C'mon Everybody
    Eddie Cochran cover - Fast Track to Nowhere: Songs from "Rebel Highway" CD 1994

    Corruption (Single Edit)
    Single 1999

    Crawling King Snake
    Rehearsals with Sonic's Rendezvous Band - Orebro, Brunsparken 27-05-1978

    Credit Card
    B-side to "Wild America" Single and "Wild America" EP 1993

    Cry For Me
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - alternative name of this song is "Pin Point Eyes"

    Cry For Love (early demo)
    Demo with Steve Jones 1986

    Cry For Love (extended version)
    "Cry For Love" 12" EP 1986

    Cry For Love (rough mix)
    Alternative Blah-Blah-Blah mono mix 1986

    Cry For Love (7 Inch edit)
    "Cry For Love" single 1986

    Curiosity (rough mix)
    Alternative New Values demo mix 1979


    D


    Dance Of The Freaks
    With Raindogs (speaking part) - Border Drive-in Theatre CD 1991

    Dancing With The Big Boys
    With David Bowie - Tonight LP 1984

    Daw Da Hiya
    With Ofra Haza - the single "Daw Da Hiya" featured Iggy Pop as the narrator 1992

    Dead Body
    The Stooges performed this song on tour in 1971
    Alternative names of this song are: "Nigger Man", "Who Do You Love?", "Black Like Me" and "Over My Deas Body"

    Dead Rock Star
    Iggy performed this song on the The Stooges 2003/2006 tours

    Delta Blues Shuffle
    Studio sessions 197? - Iggy with unknown guitar player - this session is often mis-titled "Iggy & James Williamson Jam" on bootlegs

    Dirty Love
    With Ke$ha - album "Warrior" 2012

    Don't Look Down (rough mix)
    Alternative New Values demo mix 1979

    Don't Smoke In Bed
    Nina Simone cover (Songwriters is Willard Robison) - with Vanessa Paradis - Nightclubbing in Paris 15-12-1999

    Do You Want My Love?
    The Stooges performed this song on tour in 1971

    Doojiman
    Iggy and The Stooges - outtake from "Raw Power" sessions 1972

    Down On The Beach
    The Stooges 1970 - alternative names of song "Down On The Street" are "Down On The Beach" and "On The Beach"

    Down On The Street (solo version)
    Iggy performed this The Stooges song solo on TV and radio shows in 1990

    Driftin' From Town To Town
    Live In studio (acapella) KROQ, L.A. April 1974

    Drop A Hook
    Soldier Outtake 1980

    Dying Breed
    Ready to Die CD - bonus tracks 2013

    Dynamite Boogie
    Studio sessions 197? - Iggy with unknown guitar player - this session is often mis-titled "Iggy & James Williamson Jam" on bootlegs
    Alternative name of this song is "Move Ass Baby"


    E


    Eggs On Plate (demo)
    Party sessions in 1980

    Eighteen
    This song was played on a few rare occasions on the 1979 New Values tour

    Electro Sixteen
    Benny Benassi Versus Mixes - CD Rock 'n' Rave 2008 and single 2009

    Emotional Problems
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - this song is often mis-titled "Wild Love" or "My Girl Hates My Heroin" on bootlegs

    Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
    Solomon Burke cover - this song was played on a few rare occasions on the 1979 New Values tour
    This song was covered by the Rolling Stones in the mid-sixties and maybe is this version a real source for Iggy's covers

    Evil California
    With Annie Ross & The Low Note Quintet (Anthony Coleman - Clavinet, Synthesizer) - "Beside You" single and "Wild America" EP 1993


    F


    Fame
    David Bowie cover - Iggy performed this song on the Lust For Life tour 1977, as part of a medley with "That's How Strong My Love Is"

    Family Affair
    Sly and the Family Stone cover - demos with Steve Jones - Los Angeles, Hancock Park 1985

    Fire Engine
    Synchro Sound, Boston, produced by Rik Ocasek 1983

    Fire Girl (early demo)
    Demo with David Bowie

    Fire Girl (rough mix)
    Alternative Blah-Blah-Blah mono mix 1986

    Five Foot One (rough mix)
    Alternative New Values demo mix 1979

    Fix me
    With Rollins Band - album "24 Black Flag Songs" 2002

    Flesh And Blood
    Iggy performed this song on the Party tour in 1981

    Foolish Dreams
    Brick By Brick Demo 1990

    Fools Must Die
    With Pretenders - VH1's Decades of Rock Pretenders & Friends - Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City 11-08-2006

    Fortune Teller
    Benny Spellman cover - This song was played on Iggy's UK/European New Values tour in 1979 and on Japanese / Australian tour in 1983
    This song was covered by the Rolling Stones in the mid-sixties and maybe is this version a real source for Iggy's covers

    Foxy Lady
    Jimi Hendix cover - this song was played on Iggy's 1990/1991 tours

    Freak
    The Stooges - later titled "LA Blues" - Fun House Sessions 1970

    Fresh Rag
    The Stooges performed this song on tour in 1971
    Iggy announced that song with different names like:
    "New York Pussy Smells Like Dog Shit"
    "New York Pussy Tastes Like Dog"
    "Sweet Revenge For Treating Me Like A Piece Of Shit"

    From The Inside
    KROQ, L.A. April 1974 (fragment 13 sec.)

    Fuckin' Alone (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Furies
    With Praxis (Iggy Pop, Bill Laswell, Buckethead, Brain) - Profanation (Preparation for a Coming Darkness) - released in Japan on January 1, 2008
    The album was originally scheduled for U.S. release on September 27, 2005, by the now bankrupt and defunct Sanctuary Records


    G


    Get The Money
    With Goran Bregovic - Arizona Dream soundtrack 1993

    Get Up And Go Out (instrumental) (demo)
    Soldier Sessions - Wales 27-08-1979

    Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine
    James Brown cover - Lust For Life Single 1996

    Gimme Skelter Closing: A Brief History of Amerikkka
    Buddyhead Presents: Gimme Skelter 2003

    Gimme Skelter Interlude: Go Metal
    Buddyhead Presents: Gimme Skelter 2003

    Gimme Skelter Intermission: Demon Trance
    Buddyhead Presents: Gimme Skelter 2003

    Gimme Skelter Introduction
    Buddyhead Presents: Gimme Skelter 2003

    Gimme Skelter Opening: New York City Is Beating Its Chest...Again
    Buddyhead Presents: Gimme Skelter 2003

    Gimme Skelter: Nardwuar the Human Serviette - Nardwuar vs. Iggy Pop
    Buddyhead Presents: Gimme Skelter 2003

    Gimme Some Skin
    Iggy and The Stooges outtake - London, The Olympic Studio Tapes 17/21-07-1972
    Iggy and The Stooges tour 2010

    Girls (rough mix)
    Alternative New Values demo mix 1979

    Give Peace a Chance
    John Lennon cover (includes additional lyrics written by Sean Lennon) - The Peace Choir
    A star-studded recording group formed to re-record the classic protest song as a response to the Gulf War 1991

    Gloria
    Them cover - Iggy has played this song on several tours from 1977 and onwards

    Gloria (acoustic version)
    Iggy performed this Them song solo on TV and radio shows in 1993 and 1994

    God Is Dead
    Sky Arts, From The Basement 17-12-2008 - Iggy mentioned this song during a montage of them setting up

    Going Down
    From private collection - Rehearsal in 1990 (Iggy was joined at the end)

    Goner
    Naughty Little Doggie Sessions 20-01-1995

    Goodbye Bozos
    This song became "Little Dool" on The Stooges' first album in 1969

    Good Morning Amerika
    Hardware Soundtrack (Iggy Pop as Angry Bob) 1990

    Gorgeous
    Monster Men EP 1996


    H


    Hang On Sloopy
    The McCoys cover - this song was played on Iggy's tours in 1980, 1982 and 1983, as part of a medley with "Louie Louie"

    Happy Man (demo)
    Party sessions in 1980

    Hard To Beat (rough mix)
    This song is earlier version of "Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell"
    Iggy and The Stooges - London, The Olympic Studio Tapes 17/21-07-1972

    Hassles
    This song was played on Iggy's tours in 1980, 1982 and 1983

    Hate (demo)
    Three versions - American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Heavy Liquid
    This song was played on Iggy and The Stooges's tour in 1973/74

    Here Comes The Summer
    Skull Ring Outtake 2002

    Head On, Round the Corner
    This song was played on Iggy and The Stooges's tour in 1973/74

    Head On
    Song "Head On, Round the Corner" is often mis-titled "Head On" on bootlegs (1973/74)

    Head on Curb
    Song "Head On, Round the Corner" is often mis-titled "Head on Curb" on bootlegs (1973/74)

    Head On Curve
    Song "Head On, Round the Corner" is often mis-titled "Head On Curve " on bootlegs (1973/74)

    He's Frank
    The Monochrome Set cover - Heroes ST 2008 - Iggy performed this song on TV shows in 2009

    He's Frank (Slight Return)
    The Monochrome Set cover - With The BPA (The Brighton Port Authority) - He's Frank (Slight Return) CD 2009

    He's Frank (Washing Up)
    The Monochrome Set cover - With The BPA (The Brighton Port Authority) - He's Frank (Slight Return) CD 2009

    He's Frank (Slight Return) (Skylark Remix)
    The Monochrome Set cover - With The BPA (The Brighton Port Authority) - He's Frank (Slight Return) CD 2009

    He's Frank (Slight Return) (Skylark Dub)
    The Monochrome Set cover - With The BPA (The Brighton Port Authority) - He's Frank (Slight Return) CD 2009

    He's Frank (Slight Return) (Layo & Bushwacka! Remix)
    The Monochrome Set cover - With The BPA (The Brighton Port Authority) - He's Frank (Slight Return) CD 2009

    He's Frank (Slight Return) (Twelves Remix)
    The Monochrome Set cover - With The BPA (The Brighton Port Authority) - He's Frank (Slight Return) CD 2009

    He's Frank (Slight Return) (Superfrank Remix)
    The Monochrome Set cover - With The BPA (The Brighton Port Authority) - He's Frank (Slight Return) CD 2009

    He's Frank (Slight Return) (Superfrank Instrumental)
    The Monochrome Set cover - With The BPA (The Brighton Port Authority) - He's Frank (Slight Return) CD 2009

    He's Frank (Slight Return) (FPM Live In Tokyo 1978 Remix)
    The Monochrome Set cover - With The BPA (The Brighton Port Authority) - He's Frank (Slight Return) CD 2009

    He's Frank (Slight Return) (Don Diablo Remix)
    The Monochrome Set cover - With The BPA (The Brighton Port Authority) - He's Frank (Slight Return) CD 2009

    Hey Baby
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973

    Hey, Peter
    Iggy and The Stooges - outtake from "Raw Power" sessions 1972

    Hideaway (rough mix)
    Alternative Blah-Blah-Blah mono mix 1986

    Highway Song (acoustic version)
    Iggy performed this song solo on TV and radio shows in 1993 and 1994

    Highway Song (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Hollywood Affair
    With Johnny Depp - Nightclubbing in Paris 15-12-1999 - B-Side To "Corruption" Single 1999

    Home (solo version)
    Iggy performed this song solo on TV and radio shows in 1990

    House Of The Rising Sun
    Traditional - Iggy's version is based on The Animals cover - this rock standard was played on a few rare occasions on the 1983 Breaking Point tour

    Houston Is Hot Tonight (demo)
    Party sessions in 1980

    How Do Ya Fix A Broken Part (rough mix)
    Alternative New Values demo mix 1979

    How It Hurts
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - alternative name of this song is "Rubber Legs"


    I


    I Am
    Brick By Brick Demo 1990

    I Come From Nowhere
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - alternative names of this song are "Nowhere" and "Born In A Trailer"

    I Don't Know Why
    The Iguanas 1962/1965

    I Don't Really Wanna Know
    Naughty Little Doggie Sessions 20-01-1995

    I Feel Alright (1970)
    The Stooges - song "1970" is mis-titled "I Feel Alright (1970)" on rejected Elektra promo single (Down On The Street 1970) and on some Iggy Pop bootlegs in 1988

    I Feel Fine
    The Iguanas - The Beatles cover 1962/1965

    I Got a Problem
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - this song is often mis-titled "Till The End Of The Night" on bootlegs

    I Got A Right
    The Stooges performed this song on tour in 1971
    Iggy and The Stooges - London, The Olympic Studio Tapes 17/21-07-1972
    Iggy and The Stooges - concert in London's Kings Cross Theater 1972
    Iggy performed this song on solo tours from 1978 and onwards
    Iggy and The Stooges tour 2009/2010
    I Got A Right (7"Cut)
    Spanish 1978

    I Got Nothing
    This song was played on Iggy and The Stooges's tour in 1973/74
    Iggy Pop and James Williamson - Kill City sessions 1975

    I Got Shit
    Iggy and The Stooges 1973/74 - song "I Got Nothing" is mis-titled "I Got Shit" on some bootlegs

    I Hate People
    With Jemina Pearl (Ex-Be Your Own Pet) - Break It Up LP 2009

    I Like The Way You Walk
    This song was played on Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973, as part of a medley with "I Need Somebody (Sweet Child)"
    "I Like The Way You Walk" is basically the same as a section of "Boom Boom" by John Lee Hooker, which was also covered by The Animals

    I Need More (demo)
    Soldier Sessions - Wales 27-08-1979

    I Need More (instrumental) (demo)
    Soldier Sessions - Wales 27-08-1979

    I Need You
    Song "Fresh Rag" is often mis-titled "I Need You" on bootlegs (The Stooges 1971)

    I Snub You (demo)
    Soldier Sessions - Wales 27-08-1979

    I Wanna Be Your Dog (alternate vocal)
    Rhino - Deluxe Edition 2CD - The Stooges 1969

    I Wanna Be Your Dog (Neurotic Outsiders version)
    With Neurotic Outsiders (As Wayne Neutron) - band including Duff McKagan, Matt Sorum, Teddy Andreadis and Steve Jones - The Joint 10 March 1995

    I Wanna Be Your Dog (original John Cale mix)
    Rhino - Deluxe Edition 2CD - The Stooges 1969

    I Wanna Be Your Dog (Red Hot Chili Peppers version)
    With Red Hot Chili Peppers - Madison Square Garden, New York 02-09-1996

    I Wanna Be Your Dog (solo version)
    Iggy performed this The Stooges song solo on TV and radio shows in 1990, 1993 and 1994

    I Wanna Be Your Dog (Sonic Youth version)
    With Sonic Youth - Town & Country, London 04-06-1987 - this song is released on a bootleg 7" w/ "Sister" on the b-side from the same show
    The same version was also released on on the Screaming Fields of Sonic Love video

    I Wanna Be Your Man
    The Stooges - The Rolling Stones cover (A Beatles song, but the Stooges version is based on this one) - The Weirdness LP 2007

    I Wish You Love
    With Chrissie Hynde - Nightclubbing in Paris 15-12-1999

    I Won't Crap Out (solo version)
    Iggy performed this song solo on TV and radio shows in 1990

    Ich Moechte Dein Hund Sein / I Wanna Be Your Dog
    With Tine Kindermann (sung in German at the end) - Giesshalle, Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord, Duisburg 12-09-2009

    If I Had A Hammer
    The Iguanas - The Weavers cover 1962/1965

    If I'm In Luck I Might Get Picked
    Betty Davis cover - with Zig Zags - single 2012

    I'll Be Seeing You
    With Francoise Hardy - Jazz A Saintgermain CD 1997

    In The Deathcar
    With Goran Bregovic - Arizona Dream soundtrack 1993 - this song was played on Iggy's tours in 1993 and 1994

    In The Middle Of the Road
    With Pretenders - VH1's Decades of Rock Pretenders & Friends - Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City 11-08-2006

    Indio Girl
    This song was played on a few rare occasions on the 1991 Brick by brick tour

    Innocent World
    Naughty Little Doggie Sessions 20-01-1995

    Instrumental
    The Prime Movers 1965/1966

    Instrumental (Soldier demos)
    Three different instrumental tracks - Soldier Sessions - Wales 27-08-1979

    Initial B.B.
    Serge Gainsbourg cover, CD From Gainsbourg to Lul 2011

    Invisable Creep
    Skull Ring Outtake 2002

    I'm A Conservative (demo)
    Soldier Sessions - Wales 27-08-1979

    I'm A Conservative (instrumental) (demo)
    Soldier Sessions - Wales 27-08-1979

    I'm A Fool To Want You
    With Chrissie Hynde - Nightclubbing in Paris 15-12-1999

    I'm A Man
    Bo Diddley cover - studio sessions 197? - Iggy with unknown guitar player - this session is often mis-titled "Iggy & James Williamson Jam" on bootlegs

    I'm A Man
    The Prime Movers 1965/1966

    I'm Alright (or It's Alright)
    Rolling Stones cover - Iggy performed this song in 1980

    I'm Bored (rough mix)
    Alternative New Values demo mix 1979

    I'm Crying
    The Animals cover - Iggy performed this song in 1980

    I'm Hungry
    Iggy and The Stooges - outtake from "Raw Power" sessions

    I'm Making This Up
    Recorded live at Queen Street, Toronto in October 1993

    I'm Loose
    The Stooges - later titled "Loose" - Fun House Sessions 1970

    I'm Sick Of Moby
    Song "Gimme Skelter Opening: New York City Is Beating Its Chest...Again" is often mis-titled "I'm Sick Of Moby"

    I’m Sick Of You
    Iggy and The Stooges - London, The Olympic Studio Tapes 17/21-07-1972
    Iggy and The Stooges - concert in London's Kings Cross Theater 1972
    Iggy performed this song on solo tours from 1987 and onwards

    I'm So Glad
    Skip James cover cover - studio sessions 197? - Iggy with unknown guitar player - this session is often mis-titled "Iggy & James Williamson Jam" on bootlegs

    I'm The Original One
    Party Sessions 1980 - this song was played on Iggy's Nightclubbing tour in 1980

    I'm Waiting For My Man
    The Velvet Underground cover - studio sessions 197? - Iggy with unknown guitar player - this session is often mis-titled "Iggy & James Williamson Jam" on bootlegs

    I've Gotta Be Me
    Freddy Got Fingered ST 2001

    I've Gotta Be Me (reprise)
    Freddy Got Fingered ST 2001

    Isolation (rough mix)
    Alternative Blah-Blah-Blah mono mix 1986

    Iron Music
    With Westbam - album "Götterstrasse" 2013

    It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
    With Joe Jackson - album "The Duke" a tribute to Duke Ellington 2012

    It's Only Rock'n'Roll
    Song by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards - various artists for children's promise 1999

    It's Our Love (demo)
    Three versions - American Ceasar demos 1992/1993


    J


    Jealousy (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Jenny Take A Ride
    Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels cover - This song is a medley of "Jenny, Jenny" by Little Richard and "C.C. Rider" a.k.a. "See See Rider"
    Iggy performed "Jenny Take A Ride" on the 1977 Lust For Life tour, as part of a medley with "C.C. Rider"

    Jesus Loves The Stooges
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973

    Jesus Loves The Stooges (instrumental)
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973

    Joe & Billy
    This song was played on Iggy's Soldier tour in 1980

    Johanna
    Iggy and The Stooges - rehearsals and concerts in 1973
    Iggy Pop and James Williamson - Kill City sessions 1975
    Iggy performed this song on solo tours from 1988 and onwards
    Iggy and The Stooges tour 2009/2010

    Johnny B. Goode
    The Iguanas - Chuck Berry cover 1962/1965

    Johnny B. Goode
    Chuck Berry cover - Iggy performed this song on the 1996, 1998 and 1999 tours

    Jose The Arab
    With The Trolls - Skull Ring Outtake - Skull Ring EP 2003


    K


    Kick It
    With Peaches - Single 2004

    Kick It (Feedom remix)
    With Peaches - Single 2004

    Kick Out The Jams
    MC5 song - Iggy performed this song with Wayne Kramer & Friends - Road Recovery Benefit, Nokia Theatre, New York City 01-05-2009

    Killer Mouse
    This song was played on a few rare occasions on the 1991 Brick by brick tour, as part of a medley with "Butt Town"

    Knochin' Em Down (In The City) (demos)
    Two different demo versions - Soldier Sessions - Wales 27-08-1979


    L


    L.A. Blues
    Brick By Brick demo - released on "The Undefeated" single 1990

    Les Amants
    With Les Rita Mitsouko - B-side to "Beside You" single 1993

    Let's Boot and Rally
    With Bethany Cosentino - True Blood: Music From The HBO Original Series Volume 4 (Various) 2013

    Lili Marleen
    Lale Andersen cover - duet with Tine Kindermann (Iggy sang in English, Tine in German) - Giesshalle, Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord, Duisburg 12-09-2009

    Little Boxes
    This song was played on Iggy's Zombie Birdhouse tour in 1982

    Little Doll (original John Cale mix)
    Rhino - Deluxe Edition 2CD - The Stooges 1969

    Little Miss Emperor
    Blah-Blah-Blah CD - bonus track - Iggy performed this song on the 1986 Blah-Blah-Blah tour

    Little Red Rooster
    Howlin' Wolf (or The Rolling Stones version) cover - this song was played on a few rare occasions on the 1982 Zombie Birdhouse tour

    Living On The Edge Of The Night (Black Rain version)
    Black Rain soundtracks 1990

    Living On The Edge Of The Night (single mix)
    "Living On The Edge Of The Night" single 1990

    Loco Mosquito (demos)
    Two different demo versions - Soldier Sessions - Wales 27-08-1979

    Look So Sweet
    Studio sessions 197? - Iggy with unknown guitar player - this session is often mis-titled "Iggy & James Williamson Jam" on bootlegs

    Loose (solo version)
    Iggy performed this The Stooges song solo on TV and radio shows in 1990, 1993 and 1994

    Lonely As Hell
    Song "Brakes On" is often mis-titled "Lonely As Hell" on bootlegs

    Lonely Boy
    Iggy with Ginger Baker - The Black Keys cover - Black On Blues: A Tribute To The Black Keys CD 2012

    Lost In The Future
    The Stooges - Fun House Sessions 1970

    Louie, Louie
    The Iguanas - Richard Berry (Iguanas version probably from The Kingsmen) 1962/1965

    Louie, Louie
    Richard Berry and the Pharoahs cover - Iggy and The Stooges - London, The Olympic Studio Tapes 17/21-07-1972
    Iggy has played this song on several tours from 1974 and onwards

    Louie, Louie (acoustic version)
    Iggy performed this cover solo or with Eric Schermerhorn on TV and radio shows in 1993 and 1994

    Louie Louie (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Love Bone
    Iggy performed this song on the 1991 Brick By Brick tour

    Love Transfusion
    Shocker soundtrack 1989

    Low Life
    Soldier Outtake 1980

    Lust For Life (12"Mix)
    Germany Super Sound 1977

    Lust For Life (1990 Remix Edit Version)
    Trainspotting Soundtrack Sampler LP 1996


    M


    Marry Me
    Outtake 1999

    Mellow Down Easy
    Iggy with unknown guitar player - this session is often mis-titled "Iggy & James Williamson Jam" on bootlegs
    Little Walter cover (Iggy's version possibly from the version by The Paul Butterfield Blues Band)

    Mindroom
    This song was played on The Stooges 2004-2008 tours, as part between "1970" and "Fun House"

    Miniskirt Blues
    Flower Children cover - with The Cramps - Look Mom No Head! CD 1991

    Minnie The Moocher
    Cab Calloway cover - with China Moses - La Musicale show Nightclubbing II, Paris 27-04-2009

    Mixing The Colour (acoustic version)
    Iggy performed this song solo on TV and radio shows in 1994

    Mixin' The Colors (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Modern Guy
    Iggy performed this song on a few rare occasions on the Lust For Life tour in 1977 and New Values tour in 1979

    Mona
    The Iguanas - Bo Diddley cover 1962/1965

    Money (That's What I Want)
    Iggy and The Stooges - London, The Olympic Studio Tapes 17/21-07-1972
    Barrett Strong cover

    Monster Men
    Monster Men EP 1996

    Monster Men (Remix Edit)
    Monster Men EP 1996

    Motor Inn
    With Freedom featuring Peaches 2003

    Motor Inn (Felix Da Housecat's High Octane Mix)
    With Freedom featuring Peaches 2003

    Motor Inn (Felix Da Housecat's High Octane Mix Instrumental)
    With Freedom featuring Peaches 2003

    Move Ass Baby
    Studio sessions 197? - Iggy with unknown guitar player - this session is often mis-titled "Iggy & James Williamson Jam" on bootlegs
    Alternative name of this song is "Dynamite Boogie"

    My Angel
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993 - B-side to "Wild America" Single and "Wild America" EP 1993

    My Funny Valentine
    Frank Sinatra cover - Iggy performed this song on the tour in 1996

    My Girl Hates My Heroin
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - song "Emotional Problems" is often mis-titled "My Girl Hates My Heroin" or "Wild Love" on bootlegs

    My Guide
    From private collection - Beat' Em Up session in 2000

    My Name Is Iggy Pop
    This song was played on Iggy's tour in 1983

    My Sharona
    With Gang War (The Knack cover) - The Heat, NYC (second set) 28-12-1979


    N


    96 Tears
    Question Mark and the Mysterians (or ? and the Mysterians) cover - Iggy performed this song on the 1977 The Idiot tour (as part of a medley with "1969" and "No Fun") and on the 1983 tour
    He performed this song with Patti Smith Group in New York, Ocean Club 09-03-1977

    Ne Me Quitte Pas
    With Ayo - Jacques Brel cover - La Musicale show Nightclubbing II, Paris 27-04-2009

    New Orleans
    Gary U.S.Bond cover - this song was developed into "Heavy Liquid" - Iggy and The Stooges shows 1973/1974

    New York City
    With The Cult - Sonic Temple CD 1989

    New Values (rough mix)
    Alternative New Values demo mix 1979

    1969 (alternate vocal)
    Rhino - Deluxe Edition 2CD - The Stooges 1969

    1969 (original John Cale mix)
    Rhino - Deluxe Edition 2CD - The Stooges 1969

    1969 (solo version)
    Iggy performed this The Stooges song solo on TV and radio shows in 1990

    Nigger Man
    The Stooges performed this song on tour in 1971
    Alternative names of this song are: "Who Do You Love?", "Over My Deas Body", "Dead Body" and "Black Like Me"

    Nightclubbing (Baby Doc remix)
    Trainspotting Soundtrack II CD 1997

    Nightclubbing (Grace Jones Version)
    With Grace Jones - La Musicale show Nightclubbing II, Paris 27-04-2009

    Nightclubbing (Paris 1999 version)
    With Johnny Depp, Chrissie Hynde and Vanessa Paradis - Nightclubbing in Paris 15-12-1999

    Nightclubbing (solo version)
    Iggy performed this song solo on TV and radio shows in 1990

    No Fun (acoustic)
    With Rancid - backstage rehearsal - Seattle 11-12-2003

    No Fun (full version)
    Rhino - Deluxe Edition 2CD - The Stooges 1969

    No Fun (original John Cale mix)
    Rhino - Deluxe Edition 2CD - The Stooges 1969

    Noël D'Espoir
    With Madeleine Peyroux, Emilie Simon, Carla Bruni and Rufus Wainwright
    Michel Legrand album "Noël! Noël!! Noël!!!" 2011

    Not Right (alternate vocal)
    Rhino - Deluxe Edition 2CD - The Stooges 1969

    Nothin' But Time
    With Cat Power - CD "Sun" 2012

    Nowhere
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - alternative names of this song are "I Come From Nowhere " and "Born In A Trailer"


    O


    Oh My God
    With Ida Maria - Single 2009

    O Solo Mio
    The Stooges - The Weirdness LP 2007

    Old King Live Forever
    Studio sessions 197? - Iggy with unknown guitar player - this session is often mis-titled "Iggy & James Williamson Jam" on bootlegs

    Old Mule Skinner
    Synchro Sound, Boston, produced by Rik Ocasek 1983

    On Every Other Street
    Rehearsals with Sonic's Rendezvous Band - Orebro, Brunsparken 27-05-1978
    and this song was played on a few rare occasions on the 1977 tour

    On The Beach
    The Stooges 1970 - alternative names of song "Down On The Street" are "Down On The Beach" and "On The Beach"

    One For My Baby
    Harold Arlen / Johnny Mercer cover - Iggy performed this song on several tours from 1978 and onwards
    Studio version - Party sessions 1980

    One Two Brown eyes
    Them cover - Iggy performed this song on several tours from 1977 and onwards

    Open Up And Bleed
    This song was played on Iggy and The Stooges's tours in 1973/74 and 2010

    Orange Driver
    The Prime Movers 1965/1966

    Out Of Limits
    The Iguanas - The Ventures cover 1962/1965

    Out On The Streets Again
    Recorded live at Queen Street, Toronto in October 1993

    Outta My Head
    Naughty Little Doggie Sessions 20-01-1995

    Over My Deas Body
    The Stooges performed this song on tour in 1971
    Alternative names of this song are: "Nigger Man", "Who Do You Love?", "Dead Body" and "Black Like Me"

    Over My Dead Cock
    The Stooges performed this song on tour in 1971
    Alternative names of this song are: "See Me Dancing" and "Big Time Bum"

    Over The Rainbow
    Whitey Kirst's guitar solo - This song was played on tour in 1997


    P


    Pablo Picasso
    The Modern Lovers cover - Barcelona - Sputnik TV Show 29-03-1994 (solo acoustic)

    Pain
    Danger Mouse and Sparkle Horse meet David Lynch - Dark Night of the Soul 2009

    Pain And Suffering
    Rock and Rule 1983

    Part Time Love
    The Prime Movers 1965/1966

    People Have the Power
    Song by Patti Smith - Iggy and Patti Smith perform this song at the 20th Annual Benefit Concert for Tibet House at Carnegie Hall (26-04-2010)

    Perfidia
    The Iguanas - A standard, written by Alberto Domínguez (Iguanas version probably from The Ventures) 1962/1965

    Perforation Problems (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Pin Point Eyes
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - alternative name of this song is "Cry for me"

    Place Called Detroit
    Rehearsals with Sonic's Rendezvous Band - Orebro, Brunsparken 27-05-1978

    Plastic And Concrete (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Pleasure (demo)
    Party sessions in 1980

    Pretty Flamingo
    New Values outtake 1979

    Pumping For Jill (demo)
    Party sessions in 1980

    Punkrocker (Radio Edit)
    With Teddybears - Singles & EP "Punkrocker" 2006

    Punkrocker (Album Version)
    With Teddybears - Singles & EP "Punkrocker" 2006

    Punkrocker (Instrumental)
    With Teddybears - Singles & EP "Punkrocker" 2006

    Punkrocker (Acapella)
    With Teddybears - Singles & EP "Punkrocker" 2006

    Punkrocker (Squeak E Clean Remix)
    With Teddybears - Singles & EP "Punkrocker" 2006

    Punkrocker (Squeak E Clean Instrumental)
    With Teddybears - Singles & EP "Punkrocker" 2006

    Puppet World
    Iggy performed this song on tour in 1980

    Purple Haze
    Jimi Hendrix cover - studio sessions 197? - Iggy with unknown guitar player - this session is often mis-titled "Iggy & James Williamson Jam" on bootlegs
    Demos with Steve Jones - Los Angeles, Hancock Park 1985

    Push It / No Fun (mix)
    Song contains a semple of "No Fun" and "Push It" (Salt N Pepa) - 2Many Djs 2002

    Put A Spell On You
    Screamin' Jay Hawkins cover - with Catherine Ringer - La Musicale show Nightclubbing II, Paris 27-04-2009 and Préliminaires show, Studio 105, Maison de la Radio, Paris 28-05-2009


    R


    Radio Ad
    This is radio advertisement for Stooges shows - St.Louis American Theather 18-08-1973

    Raw power (Wayne Neutron version)
    With Neurotic Outsiders (As Wayne Neutron) - band including Duff McKagan, Matt Sorum, Teddy Andreadis and Steve Jones - The Joint 10 March 1995

    Ray of Light
    Madonna cover - R'N'Roll Hall Of Fame, Madonna Tribute 10-03-2008 (The Stooges)

    Ready To Run
    With The Trolls - Skull Ring Outtake - Skull Ring EP 2003

    Real Cool Time (alternate vocal)
    Rhino - Deluxe Edition 2CD - The Stooges 1969

    Real Wild Child (rough mix)
    Johnny O'Keefe cover - alternative Blah-Blah-Blah mono mix 1986

    Rebel Rebel
    David Bowie cover - VH1 Fashion Awards (with Lenny Kravitz) 23-10-1998

    Reeferman
    With Peaches - Cab Calloway cover - La Musicale show Nightclubbing II, Paris 27-04-2009

    Repo Man
    With Steve Jones, Nigel Harrison & Clem Burke - L.A. Cherokee Studios 1983 - Repo Man soundtrack 1984

    Rich Bitch
    This song was played on Iggy and The Stooges's tour in 1973/74

    Rich Rock Stars
    From private collection

    Rip it up
    Rock and roll song popularized by Little Richard and Bill Haley & His Comets - Iggy performed this song on Elvis Tribute 1994 and on the 1994 American Ceasar tour

    Risky
    With Ryuichi Sakamoto - Neo Geo LP 1987

    Risky (remix)
    With Ryuichi Sakamoto - long version 1987

    Risky (7 Inch version)
    With Ryuichi Sakamoto - single 1987

    Risky (ultimix edit)
    With Ryuichi Sakamoto - long version 1987

    Rock Action
    Iggy performed this song on a few rare occasions on the Lust For Life tour in 1977

    Rock Me Baby
    The Prime Movers 1965/1966

    Rock 'n Roll Party (demo)
    Party sessions in 1980

    Rock Star Grave
    B-Side To "Corruption" Single 1999

    Rockicide (single mix)
    Millenia Nova feat.Iggy Pop 2003

    Rockicide (Tok Tok Remix)
    Millenia Nova feat.Iggy Pop 2003

    Rockicide (Rechenzentrum Mix)
    Millenia Nova feat.Iggy Pop 2003

    Rockicide (Album Version)
    Millenia Nova feat.Iggy Pop 2003

    Rolodex Propaganda
    With At The Drive-In - Relationship Of Command CD 2000

    Ron's Jam (Instrumental)
    Pavilion, Wampler's Lake, Michigan (without Iggy and James) July, 1971

    Rubber Legs
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - alternative name of this song is "How It Hurts"

    Rum And Coca Cola
    With Arielle Dombasle - originally composed by Lord Invader and Lionel Belasco
    Song was copyrighted by entertainer Morey Amsterdam and became a huge hit in 1945 for the Andrews Sisters
    A real source for this cover is Arielle Dombasle version - La Musicale show Nightclubbing II, Paris 27-04-2009


    S


    Sacred Cow
    This song was played on Iggy's Soldier tour in 1980

    Saturday Traffic
    Naughty Little Doggie Sessions 20-01-1995

    Scene of the crime
    Iggy and The Stooges - London, The Olympic Studio Tapes 17/21-07-1972
    Iggy Pop with Patti Smith Group - New York, Ocean Club 09-03-1977
    Iggy Pop - Instinct tour 1988/89

    Schwesterlein, Wann Gehn Wir Nach Haus?
    Song by A. W. F. Zuccalmaglio 1838 - duet with Tine Kindermann (sung in German) - Giesshalle, Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord, Duisburg 12-09-2009

    Skull Ring (Instrumental)
    Iggy and The Stooges performed this song on tour 2010, as part of a medley with "Beyond The Law"

    See Me Dancing
    The Stooges performed this song on tour in 1971
    Alternative names of this song are: "Over my dead cock" and "Big Time Bum"

    See That Cat
    The Stooges - later titled "TV Eye" - Fun House Sessions 1970

    Set 'Em Up Joe
    Song "One for my baby" is often mis-titled "Set 'Em Up Joe" on bootlegs

    Shades (rough mix)
    Alternative Blah-Blah-Blah mono mix 1986

    Shakin' All Over
    Johnny Kidd and the Pirates cover - this song was played on a few rare occasions on the 1982 Zombie Birdhouse tour and on Iggy's 1999/2000 tours

    She Creatures of Hollywood Hills
    This song was played on Iggy and The Stooges's tour in 1973

    Ships On The Ocean
    The Prime Movers 1965/1966

    Shotgun
    Junior Walker & The All Stars cover - Préliminaires show, Studio 105, Maison de la Radio, Paris 28-05-2009

    Sickness (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Since I Don't Have You
    This song was played on a few rare occasions on the 1993 American Ceasar tour

    Sincerity (demo)
    Party sessions in 1980

    Slide (Slidin' The Blues)
    The Stooges - Fun House Sessions 1970

    Slow Down
    The Iguanas - Larry Williams (Iguanas version possibly from The Beatles) 1962/1965

    Social Life (acoustic version)
    Iggy performed this song solo on TV and radio shows in 1993 and 1994

    Social Life (demo)
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Sodom
    American Ceasar demos 1992/1993 (two versions) - Wild America EP 1993

    Sookie, Sookie
    Celebrating the music of Don Covay - Back To The Streets (V.A.) CD 1993

    Sounds Of Leather
    The Stooges - The Weirdness LP 2007

    Speak To Me (demo)
    Party sessions in 1980

    Spellbound
    Naughty Little Doggie Sessions 20-01-1995

    St Louis Adolescent Nightmare
    Song "You Don't Want My Name" is mis-titled "St Louis Adolescent Nightmare" on some bootlegs (1971)

    Star Spangled Banner
    Whitey Kirst's guitar solo - This song was played on Beat 'em Up tour in 2001

    Starry Night
    Brick By Brick Demo 1990

    Stragglers & Strays
    Naughty Little Doggie Sessions 20-01-1995

    Summertime
    The Iguanas - A standard, written by George Gershwin (Iguanas version probably from The Ventures) 1962/1965

    Surfin' Bird
    The Iguanas - The Trashmen cover 1962/1965
    The Stooges play a little bit of "Surfin' Bird" before they go into "Louie Louie" on the Olympic studio 1972

    Sweet Betsy From Pike
    From "The Lone Ranger: Wanted" soundtrack album (2013)

    Sweet Child
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - alternative names of this song are: "I Need Somebody" and "Come Hungry Sweet Child"

    Syndrum
    This instrumental was played on a few rare occasions on the 1979 New Values tour


    T


    Take Care Of Me (instrumental) (demo)
    Soldier Sessions - Wales 27-08-1979

    Talking Snake (acoustic)
    Beat' Em Up demo 2001

    Techknowledgy
    Song contains a semple of "Search and Destroy" - Utah Saints - Two CD 2000

    Tell Me
    The Iguanas - The Rolling Stones cover 1962/1965

    Tell Me A Story (rough mix)
    Alternative New Values demo mix 1979

    Tequila
    The Iguanas - The Champs cover 1962/1965

    That's How Strong My Love Is
    Otis Redding cover - Iggy performed this song on the Lust For Life tour in 1977
    This song was covered by the Rolling Stones in the mid-sixties and maybe is this version a real source for Iggy's covers

    The Beginning of Punk Rocker's Rage
    With Atari Teenage Riot
    Bootleg is Resistance Volume II/III: the World acapella vs. NIN (Iggy Pop - Punk Rocker & ATR - Rage vs. TBotE) 2008

    The Dance Of Romance
    This song became "Ann" on The Stooges' first album in 1969

    The End
    The Doors cover - Iggy performed this song on the Soldier North American Tour in 1980, as part of a medley with "The Winter Of My Discontent"

    The Endless Sea (rough mix)
    Alternative New Values demo mix 1979

    The Little Drummer Boy
    Michel Legrand album "Noël! Noël!! Noël!!!" 2011

    The Man From Ypsilanti
    From private collection - Beat' Em Up session in 2000

    The Passenger (solo version)
    Iggy performed this song solo on TV and radio shows in 1990

    The Passenger (12"Mix)
    Germany Super Sound 1977

    The Prisoner
    Steve Mackay's solo album "Sometimes Like This I Talk" and single "The Prisoner" - Iggy Pop is credited as “Ypsi Jim” 2011

    The Prosecutor
    With John Moran - The Manson Family: An Opera (as Jack Lord) CD 1992

    The Shadow Of Your Smile
    Frank Sinatra cover - Iggy performed this song on several tours from The Stooges tours and onwards (acapella)

    The Undefeated (acoustic demo version)
    Released on "Candy" and "The Undefeated" singles 1990

    The Tell-Tale Heart
    Read by Iggy Pop - Poems and tales of Edgar Alan Poe - Closed On Account Of Rabies CD 1997

    The Western Lands
    With William S. Burroughs And Techno Animal

    The Wild One
    With Jet 2008 - the track celebrates the 50th anniversary of it's original recording by the Australian artist Johnny O'keefe

    The Wind
    Brick By Brick Demo 1990

    The Winter Of My Discontent
    Iggy performed this song on the tour in 1980 and in 1981

    There Is A Place
    Rehearsals with Sonic's Rendezvous Band - Orebro, Brunsparken 27-05-1978

    That's What I Like
    Song "Do you want my love?" is often mis-titled "That's What I Like" on bootlegs (The Stooges 1971)

    Things We Said Today
    The Iguanas - The Beatles cover 1962/1965

    Think Alone
    Brick By Brick Demo 1990

    This And That
    Song "Sickness" (American Caesar CD 1993), is often mis-titled "This And That" on bootlegs

    This Is A Film
    With Goran Bregoviæ - Arizona Dream soundtrack 1993

    This World Is Something New To Me
    The Rugrats Movie soundtrack 1998

    Tight Pants
    Iggy and The Stooges outtake - London, The Olympic Studio Tapes 17/21-07-1972
    This song is earlier version of "Shake Appeal"

    Till The End Of The Night
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - song "I Got a Problem" is often mis-titled "Till The End Of The Night" on bootlegs

    To Belong (acoustic)
    Naughty Little Doggie Sessions 20-01-1995
    Solo on Entrevista T5 show in 1995

    To The Beach
    With Keren Ann - La Musicale show Nightclubbing II, Paris 27-04-2009

    Travel Log (or Travelogue)
    Beat' Em Up Outtake 2001

    Travelin' Man
    The Iguanas - Ricky Nelson (Iguanas version probably from The Ventures) 1962/1965

    TV Screen
    With Goran Bregovic - Arizona Dream soundtrack 1993

    Twist & Shout
    The Iguanas - The Top Notes (Iguanas version from The Isley Brothers or The Beatles) 1962/1965

    Two Trains Running
    The Prime Movers 1965/1966


    U


    Under The Bridge
    With Steve Jones, Flea and Chad Smith - Red Hot Chili Peppers cover - Iggy performed this song on Benefit Concert, Club Nokia, L.A. 08-05-2009, as part of a medley with "Loose"

    Untouchable
    Naughty Little Doggie Sessions 20-01-1995


    W


    Waiting For The D Train
    Song by Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band - Iggy sings this song live with Yoko Ono & The Plastic Ono Band at The Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles (01-10-2010)

    Waiting For My Man
    Velvet Underground cover - Iggy performed this song with Yoko Ono on the 1983 tour, as part of a medley with "No Fun"

    Walk Don't Run
    The Iguanas - Johnny Smith (Iguanas version from The Ventures) 1962/1965

    Walkin', By Myself
    The Prime Movers 1965/1966

    Walking Thru The Park
    The Prime Movers 1965/1966

    Warrior Tribe
    Synchro Sound, Boston, produced by Rik Ocasek 1983

    Watch Yourself
    The Prime Movers 1965/1966

    Way Down in Egypt
    The Stooges 1970 - this song is an early version of "Big Time Bum"

    We Have All The Time In The World
    David Arnolds James Bond Project - Shaken And Stirred CD 1997

    Weasles (alternate)
    Beat' Em Up Outtake 2001

    Well Did You Evah
    With Debbie Harry - Cole Porter cover - Red Hot & Blue LP 1990

    Wet My Bed
    This song was played on Iggy and The Stooges's tour in 1973/74

    What's You Gonna Do
    Pavilion, Wampler's Lake, Michigan (without Iggy and James) July, 1971

    What In The World
    With David Bowie - Low LP 1977

    When Dreaming Fails
    Demos with Steve Jones - Los Angeles, Hancock Park 1985
    Brick By Brick Demo 1990

    Who Do You Love?
    Bo Diddley cover - Iggy has played this song on The Stooges tours in 1971 (as part of a medley with "Dead Body")
    and on solo tours from 1991 and onwards (as part of a medley with "1969")

    Wild Love
    Iggy and The Stooges rehearsals in 1973 - song "Emotional Problems" is often mis-titled "Wild Love" or "My Girl Hates My Heroin" on bootlegs

    Willow Weep For Me
    Words & Music by Ann Ronell 1932 - Préliminaires show, Studio 105, Maison de la Radio, Paris 28-05-2009

    Wipe Out
    The Iguanas - The Surfaris cover (I think this is an error, the song they actually play is "Pipeline" by The Chantays) 1962/1965

    White Christmas
    Bing Crosby cover (Irving Berlin song) - single 2009

    White Christmas
    Bing Crosby cover (Irving Berlin song) - Psych-Out Christmas compilation album 2013

    Why Was I Born
    Freddy's Dead ST 1989 - This song was played on a few rare occasions on the 1991 Brick by brick tour

    Wild America (demo)
    Two versions - American Ceasar demos 1992/1993

    Wild Rose
    Skull Ring Outtake 2002

    Wild Thing
    The Troogs cover (Chip Taylor song) - Iggy performed this song on tour in 1996

    Wild Weekend
    The Iguanas - The Rebels (a.k.a. The Rockin' Rebels) 1962/1965

    Wild Weekend
    Live with unknown band

    Woman Dream
    Demos with Steve Jones - Los Angeles, Hancock Park 1985

    Woolly Bully
    Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs cover - live with unknown band

    Words
    Naughty Little Doggie Sessions 20-01-1995


    Y


    Yonder's Wall
    The Prime Movers 1965/1966

    You Better Run #1
    Sunday Nights: The Songs of Junior Kimbrough CD - The Stooges 2005

    You Better Run #2
    Sunday Nights: The Songs of Junior Kimbrough CD - The Stooges 2005

    You Don't Want My Name
    The Stooges performed this song on tour in 1971

    You Go To My Head
    Billie Holiday cover (song by J. Fred Coots with lyrics by Haven Gillespie) - with Vanessa Paradis - Nightclubbing in Paris 15-12-1999

    You Really Got Me
    The Kinks cover - Iggy performed this song on New Values tour in 1979 and Japanese / Australian tour in 1983

    You're The Boss
    With Emma De Caunes - La Musicale show Nightclubbing II, Paris 27-04-2009
    Words & music by Leiber and Stoller - an earlier popular recording of the tune paired Elvis Presley and Ann-Margret


    SONGS RELEASED ON THE OFFICIAL STUDIO ALBUMS 1969-2012:

    Iggy Pop 1974


    1968


    THE STOOGES


    The Stooges
    The Stooges (Elektra 1969)
    Recorded: April 1969
    Released: August 5, 1969 (US) and September 1969 (UK)
    Reissued on CD in 1988
    A digitally remastered edition was issued in 2005 by Rhino with an additional disc
    Producer: John Cale

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - vocals (credited as "Iggy Stooge")
    Dave Alexander - bass
    Ron Asheton - guitar, vocals
    Scott Asheton - drums
    John Cale - piano and sleighbell ("I Wanna Be Your Dog") and viola ("We Will Fall")

    All tracks written by The Stooges

    1969
    I Wanna Be Your Dog
    We Will Fall
    No Fun
    Real Cool Time
    Ann
    Not Right
    Little Doll

    Fun House 1970
    Fun House (Elektra 1970)
    Recorded: May 10 - May 24, 1970
    Released: July 1970
    Reissued on CD in 1988
    A digitally remastered edition was issued in 2005 by Rhino with an additional disc
    Producer: Don Gallucci

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - vocals, mixing
    Ron Asheton - guitar
    Dave Alexander - bass
    Scott Asheton - drums
    Steve MacKay - saxophone
    Don Gallucci - organ overdubs

    All tracks written by the Stooges

    Down On The Street
    Loose
    T.V. Eye
    Dirt
    1970
    Fun House
    L.A. Blues


    IGGY AND THE STOOGES


    Raw Power - London 1972
    Raw Power (Columbia 1973)
    Recorded: September 10 - October 6, 1972 at CBS Studios, London
    Released: February 1973
    Producer: Iggy Pop
    Mixed by David Bowie at Western Sound, Hollywood (original 1973 version)
    Remixed by Iggy Pop at Sony Studios, New York (1997 reissue)

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - vocals
    James Williamson - guitars
    Ron Asheton - bass, backing vocals
    Scott Asheton - drums

    All songs written by Iggy Pop & James Williamson.

    Search And Destroy
    Gimme Danger
    Hard To Beat (Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell)
    Penetration
    Raw Power
    I Need Somebody
    Shake Appeal
    Death Trip


    IGGY POP WITH JAMES WILLIAMSON


    Kill City Kill City
    Kill City (Bomp US / Radar UK 1977)
    Recorded: 1975
    Released: November 1977
    Issued on CD in 1989 by Line Records and in 1993 by Bomp.
    Producer: James Williamson
    Remixed by James Williamson (2010 reissue)

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - Vocals
    James Williamson - Guitar, Vocals, Producer, Mixing
    Scott Thurston - Bass, Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Sound Effects, Special Effects, Vocals, Background Vocals on "Kill City", "Night Theme", "Johanna" & "Night Theme"
    Brian Glascock - Percussion, Conga, Drums, Vocals, Background Vocals, Guiro
    John Harden - Saxophone
    Hunt Sales - Drums, Background Vocals on "Lucky Monkeys" & "Master Charge"
    Tony Sales - Bass, Drums, Background Vocals on "Lucky Monkeys" & "Master Charge"
    Steve Tranio - Bass on "Sell Your Love", "I Got Nothin'" & "Lucky Monkeys"
    Gayna - Background vocals on "Night Theme" & "Night Theme (Reprise)"

    All tracks written by Iggy Pop and James Williamson except "Master Charge" by Scott Thurston / James Williamson

    Kill City
    Sell Your Love
    Beyond The Law
    I Got Nothin'
    Johanna
    Night Theme
    Night Theme (reprise)
    Consolation Prizes
    No Sense Of Crime
    Lucky Monkeys
    Master Charge


    IGGY POP


    Iggy Pop
    The Idiot (RCA 1977)
    Recorded: July 1976 - February 1977
    Château d'Hérouville, Hérouville, France
    Musicland Studios, Munich
    Hansa by the Wall, Berlin
    Released: March 18, 1977
    Issued on CD in 1990 by Virgin
    Producer: David Bowie

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - vocals
    David Bowie - keyboards, synthesizer, guitar, piano, saxophone, xylophone, backing vocals
    Carlos Alomar - guitar
    Dennis Davis - drums
    George Murray - bass
    Phil Palmer - guitar
    Michel Santangeli - drums
    Laurent Thibault - bass

    All tracks written by Iggy Pop and David Bowie except "Sister Midnight" (Pop, Bowie, Carlos Alomar)

    Sister Midnight
    Nightclubbing
    Funtime
    Baby
    China Girl
    Dum Dum Boys
    Tiny Girls
    Mass Production

    Lust For Life 1977
    Lust For Life (1977 RCA)
    Recorded: April 1977 - June 1977 Hansa Studio by the Wall, Berlin
    Released: September 9, 1977
    Issued on CD in 1990 by Virgin
    Producer: David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Colin Thurston

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - vocals
    David Bowie - keyboards, piano, backing vocals
    Carlos Alomar - guitar, backing vocals
    Ricky Gardiner - guitar, backing vocals
    Tony Sales - bass, backing vocals
    Hunt Sales - drums, backing vocals

    All lyrics written by Iggy Pop except "Turn Blue" by Iggy Pop & Walter Lacey

    Lust For Life (music: David Bowie)
    Sixteen (music: Iggy Pop)
    Some Weird Sin (music: Bowie)
    The Passenger (music: Ricky Gardiner)
    Tonight (music: Bowie)
    Success (music: Bowie, Gardiner)
    Turn Blue (music: Bowie, Warren Peace)
    Neighborhood Threat (music: Bowie, Gardiner)
    Fall In Love With Me (music: Bowie, Gardiner)

    New Values 1979
    New Values (Arista 1979)
    Recorded: 1979
    Released: September 1979
    Issued on CD in 1990 by Arista
    A digitally remastered edition was issued in 2000 by Buddha Records with the additional tracks "Chains" and "Pretty Flamingo"
    Producer: James Williamson

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - vocals
    James Williamson - guitar, vocals
    Scott Thurston - bass, guitar, harp, keyboards, vocals, horn arrangements
    Klaus Kruger - drums
    Jackie Clark - bass

    All songs written by Iggy Pop except where noted

    Tell Me A Story
    New Values (Iggy Pop, Scott Thurston)
    Girls
    I'm Bored
    Don't Look Down (Pop, James Williamson)
    The Endless Sea
    Five Foot One
    How Do Ya Fix A Broken Part
    Angel (Pop, Thurston)
    Curiosity (Pop, Thurston)
    African Man (Pop, Thurston)
    Billy Is A Runnaway (Pop, Thurston)

    Soldier 1980
    Soldier (Arista 1980)
    Recorded: August 1979 at Rockfield Studios, Wales
    Released: February 1980
    Issued on CD in 1991 by Arista
    A digitally remastered edition was issued in 2000 by Buddha Records with the additional tracks "Low Life" and "Drop A Hook"
    Producer: Pat Moran
    James Williamson and David Bowie were originally expected to produce the album but a conflict between them led to them walking out on the project
    Mix: Thom Panunzio

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - vocals
    Glen Matlock - bass, backing vocals
    Ivan Kral - guitar, keyboards
    Klaus Kruger- drums
    Steve New - guitar
    Barry Andrews - keyboards
    Simple Minds - backing vocals on "Play It Safe"
    David Bowie - backing vocals on "Play It Safe"
    Henry McGroggan - backing vocals on "Loco Mosquito"

    All songs written by Iggy Pop except where noted

    Loco Mosquito
    Ambition (Glen Matlock)
    Take Care Of Me (Pop, Matlock)
    Get Up And Get Out
    Play It Safe (David Bowie, Pop)
    I'm A Conservative
    Dog Food
    I Need More (Pop, Matlock)
    Knocking'Em Down (In The City)
    Mr. Dynamite (Pop, Matlock)
    I Snub You (Pop, Barry Andrews)

    Party (Arista 1981)
    Recorded: 1981 at Record Plant Studios, New York
    Released: June 1981
    Issued on CD in 1989 by Arista
    A digitally remastered edition was issued in 2000 by Buddha Records with the additional tracks "Speak To Me"
    and "One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)" (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer)
    Producer: Thom Panunzio and Tommy Boyce

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - vocals
    Ivan Kral - guitar, keyboards
    Rob Duprey - guitar
    Michael Page - bass
    Douglas Bowne - drums
    Jimmy Whizner - arrangements on "Sea of Love", "Bang Bang", "Time Won't Let Me"
    The Uptown Horns - brass on "Pleasure", "Sincerity", "Houston Is Hot Tonight", "Happy Man"

    All songs written by Iggy Pop and Ivan Kral except where noted

    Pleasure
    Rock And Roll Party
    Eggs On Plate
    Sincerity
    Houston Is Hot Tonight
    Pumpin' For Jill
    Happy Man
    Bang Bang (Iggy Pop)
    Sea Of Love (Phil Philips and the Twilights cover) (George Khoury, Phil Phillips)
    Time Won't Let Me (The Outsiders cover) (Tom King, Chet Kelley)

    Zombie Birdhouse (Animal 1982)
    Recorded: 1982 at Blank Tape Studios, New York
    Released: September 1982
    Issued on CD in 1991 by IRS with the additional track "Pain And Suffering"
    A digitally remastered edition was issued by Pilot, with a bonus concert disc on September 9 2003
    Producer: Chris Stein

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - vocals
    Rob DuPrey - guitar, keyboards, background vocals and all else
    Clem Burke - drums, percussion
    Chris Stein - bass on "Run Like A Villain", "The Ballad Of Cookie McBride", "Bulldozer", "Platonic" and "Street Crazies"

    All tracks composed by Rob Duprey and Iggy Pop, except except where noted

    Run Like A Villain
    The Villagers
    Angry Hills
    Life Of Work
    The Ballad Of Cookie McBride
    Ordinary Bummer (Iggy Pop)
    Eat Or Be Eaten
    Bulldozer
    Platonic
    The Horse Song
    Watching The News
    Street Crazies (Iggy Pop)

    Blah-Blah-Blah 1986
    Blah-Blah-Blah (A&M 1986)
    Recorded: 1986 at Mountain Studios, Montreux, Switzerland
    Released: October 23, 1986
    Issued on CD in 1989 with the additional track "Little Miss Emperor"
    Producer: David Bowie, David Richards

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop – vocals
    Kevin Armstrong – guitar, backing vocals
    Erdal Kizilcay – synthesizer, bass, drums, string arrangements, backing vocals
    Steve Jones – guitar solo on "Cry for Love"

    All tracks written by Iggy Pop and David Bowie except where noted

    Real Wild Child (Johnny O'Keefe cover) (Johnny O'Keefe, Johnny Greenan, Dave Owens)
    Baby, It Can't Fall
    Shades
    Fire Girl (Pop, Steve Jones)
    Isolation
    Cry For Love (Pop, Steve Jones)
    Blah-Blah-Blah
    Hideaway
    Winners And Losers (Pop, Steve Jones)

    Instinct 1988
    Instinct (A&M 1988)
    Recorded: 1988
    Sorcerer Sound, New York, New York
    B.C. Studio, Brooklyn, New York
    Released: July 1988
    Producer: Bill Laswell

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - vocals
    Steve Jones - guitar
    Seamus Beaghen - keyboards
    Leigh Foxx - bass
    Paul Garisto - drums
    Jeff Bova - programming - Cmi
    Nicky Skopelitis - programming - keyboards

    All tracks composed by Iggy Pop, except where noted

    Cold Metal
    High On You
    Strong Girl (Steve Jones, Pop)
    Tom Tom
    Easy Rider (Steve Jones, Pop)
    Power And Freedom (Steve Jones, Pop)
    Lowdown
    Instinct
    Tuff Baby
    Squarehead (Steve Jones, Pop)

    Brick By Brick 1990
    Brick By Brick (Virgin 1990)
    Recorded: February 15 - March 23, 1990 at Oceanway and Hollywood Sound
    Released: June 1990
    Producer Don Was

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - vocals, guitar
    Waddy Wachtel - guitar
    Charley Drayton - bass
    Duff McKagan - bass
    Chuck Domanico - bass
    Slash - guitar
    Jamie Muhoberac - keyboards
    Kenny Aronoff - drums
    David Lindley - violin, mandolin
    David McMurray - saxophone
    Kate Pierson - duet on "Candy"
    John Hiatt - duet on "Starry Night"
    Scott Hackwith - background vocals
    Sweet Pea Atkinson - background vocals
    Sir Harry Bowens - background vocals
    Alex Brown - background vocals
    Ray Mitchell - background vocals

    All tracks composed by Iggy Pop, except where noted

    Home
    Main Street Eyes
    I Won't Crap Out
    Candy (with Kate Pierson)
    Butt Town
    The Undefeated
    Moonlight Lady
    Something Wild (John Hiatt cover, with John Hiatt)
    Neon Forest
    Starry Night
    Pussy Power (with Alex Brown)
    My Baby Wants To Rock And Roll (Pop, Slash)
    Brick By Brick
    Livin' On The Edge Of The Night (Jay Rifkin)

    American Caesar 1993
    American Caesar (Virgin 1993)
    Recorded: 1992/93 at Kingsway Studio, New Orleans and Bearsville Studios, NY
    Released: September, 1993
    Producer: Malcolm Burn

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - guitar, vocals
    Eric Schermerhorn - guitar
    Malcolm Burn - guitar, keyboards, harmonica
    Hal Cragin - bass
    Larry Mullens - drums, percussion
    Jay Joyce - guitar on "Wild America" & "Mixin' The Colours"
    Bill Dillon - guitar on "Mixin' The Colours"
    Darryl Johnson - percussion on "Mixin' The Colours"
    Henry Rollins - backing vocals on "Wild America"
    Katell Keineg - backing vocals on "Mixin' The Colours"
    Lisa Germano - backing vocals on "Beside You"

    All tracks composed by Iggy Pop, except where noted

    Character (Pop, Eric Schermerhorn)
    Wild America (with Henry Rollins) (Pop, Eric Schermerhorn)
    Mixin' The Colors
    Jealousy
    Hate
    It's Our Love
    Plastic And Concrete
    Fuckin' Alone (Pop, Eric Schermerhorn)
    Highway Song
    Beside You (with Lisa Germano) (Steve Jones, Pop)
    Sickness
    Boogie Boy
    Perforation Problems
    Social Life
    Louie, Louie (Richard Berry and the Pharaohs cover) - Iggy wrote his very own set of humorous, politically-fueled lyrics
    Caesar (Pop, Eric Schermerhorn)
    Girls Of N.Y.

    Naughty Little Doggie (Virgin 1996)
    Released: March 5, 1996
    Producer: Iggy Pop, Thom Wilson

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop and The Fuckups:
    Iggy Pop - vocals, guitar
    Eric Mesmerize (Eric Schermerhorn) - guitar
    Hal Wonderful (Hal Cragin) - bass (and keyboards on "Shoeshine Girl")
    Larry Contrary (Larry Mullens) - drums
    Additional personnel:
    The Mighty Whitey (Whitey Kirst) - guitar on "I Wanna Live"

    All tracks composed by Iggy Pop, except where noted

    I Wanna Live (Whitey Kirst, Pop)
    Pussy Walk (Pop, Eric Schermerhorn)
    Innocent World
    Knucklehead
    To Belong
    Keep On Believing (Pop, Schermerhorn)
    Outta My Head
    Shoeshine Girl (Pop, Schermerhorn)
    Heart Is Saved
    Look Away (features Iggy's tribute to Johnny Thunders)

    Avenue B (Virgin 1999)
    Released: September 14, 1999
    Producer: Don Was

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - guitar, vocals
    Whitey Kirst - guitar
    Peter Marshal - guitar
    Lenny Castro - percussion
    Hal Cragin - bass
    David Mansfield - violin
    John Medeski - Hammond organ, wurlitzer
    Larry Mullins - drums, tabla, vibraphone
    Billy Martin - drums
    Andrew Scheps - loops, mixing
    Chris Wood - bass
    Michael Chaves - keyboards

    All tracks composed by Iggy Pop, except where noted

    No Shit
    Nazi Girlfriend
    Avenue B (with Medeski, Martin and Wood)
    Miss Argentina
    Afraid To Get Close
    Shakin' All Over (Johnny Kidd and the Pirates cover)
    Long Distance (with Don Was)
    Corruption (Hal Cragin, Whitey Kirst, Pop)
    She Called Me Daddy
    I Felt The Luxury (with Medeski, Martin and Wood) (William Martin, John Medeski, Pop, Christopher Wood)
    Espanol (with Medeski, Martin and Wood) (Whitey Kirst, Pop)
    Motorcycle
    Facade

    Beat 'Em Up 2001 Beat 'Em Up 2001
    Beat 'Em Up (Virgin 2001)
    Recorded: 2000/2001 at Hit Factory Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida
    Released: June 18, 2001
    Producer: Iggy Pop

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - vocals
    The Trolls:
    Whitey Kirst - guitar
    Peter Marshal - guitar
    Alex Kirst - drums
    Lloyd 'Mooseman' Roberts - bass

    All songs composed by Iggy Pop and Whitey Kirst, except where indicated

    Mask (Iggy Pop, Lloyd "Mooseman" Roberts, Alex Kirst, Whitey Kirst)
    L.O.S.T.
    Howl
    Football
    Savior
    Beat 'Em Up
    Talking Snake
    The Jerk
    Death Is Certain
    Go For The Throat (Pop, Mooseman, Kirst, Kirst)
    Weasels
    Drink New Blood
    It's All Shit
    Ugliness
    V.I.P. (Pop, Mooseman, Kirst, Kirst) (includes bonus track "Sterility")

    Skull Ring 2003
    Skull Ring (Virgin 2003)
    Released: November 4, 2003
    Producer: Iggy Pop, Greig Nori on "Little Know It All"

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - lead vocals
    Whitey Kirst - guitar on tracks 2, 4, 8, 11, 13, 16, 17
    Pete Marshall - bass on tracks 2, 4, 8, 11, 13, 16, 17
    Alex Kirst - drums, percussion on tracks 2, 4, 8, 11, 13, 16, 17
    Ron Asheton - guitar, bass on tracks 1, 3, 5, 9, 15
    Scott Asheton - drums, percussion on tracks 1, 3, 5, 9, 15
    Billie Joe Armstrong - guitar, backing vocals on tracks 6, 14
    Mike Dirnt - bass on tracks 6, 14
    Tré Cool - drums, percussion on tracks 6, 14
    Deryck Whibley - rhythm guitar, vocals on track 7
    Dave Baksh - lead guitar on track 7
    Cone McCaslin - bass on track 7
    Steve Jocz - drums, percussion on track 7
    Peaches - vocals, electronics, samples on tracks 10, 12
    Steve Keeping - additional drums on tracks 10, 12

    Little Electric Chair (with The Stooges) (1)
    Perverts In The Sun (with The Trolls) (2)
    Skull Ring (with The Stooges) (3)
    Superbabe (with The Trolls) (4)
    Loser (with The Stooges) (5)
    Private Hell (with Green Day) (6)
    Little Know It All (with Sum 41) (7)
    Whatever (with The Trolls) (8)
    Dead Rock Star (with The Stooges) (9)
    Rock Show (with Peaches) (10)
    Here Comes The Summer (with The Trolls) (11)
    Motor Inn (with Peaches) (12)
    Inferiority Complex (with The Trolls) (13)
    Supermarket (with Green Day) (14)
    Till Wrong Feels Right (15)
    Blood On Your Cool (with The Trolls) (16)
    Nervous Exhaustion (hidden track) (with The Trolls) (17)


    THE STOOGES


    The Stooges
    The Weirdness (Virgin 2007)
    Recorded: October 7 - October 30, 2006 at Electrical Audio Studios in Chicago, Illinois
    Released: March 6, 2007
    Mastered: December 2006 at Abbey Road Studios in London, England
    Producer: Steve Albini

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - Vocals
    Ron Asheton - Guitar
    Scott Asheton - Drums
    Mike Watt - Bass
    Steve Mackay - Sax
    Brendan Benson - Harmony vocals on "Free & Freaky"

    All songs by Iggy Pop / Ron Asheton / Scott Asheton

    Trollin'
    You Can't Have Friends
    ATM
    My Idea of Fun
    The Weirdness
    Free and Freaky
    Greedy Awful People
    She Took My Money
    The End of Christianity
    Mexican Guy
    Passing Cloud
    I'm Fried


    IGGY POP


    Iggy 2009
    Préliminaires (Astralwerks / Virgin 2009)
    Recorded: Early 2009 in Miami, Florida and Woodstock, New York
    Released: EU May 25, 2009 and US June 2, 2009
    Producer: Hal Cragin

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - guitar, vocals
    Hal Cragin - bass, guitar, percussion, drum programming
    Jon Cowherd - piano
    Kevin Hupp - drums, conga
    Tim Ouimette - trumpet
    Françoise Hardy - duet vocals on "I'll Be Seeing You"

    Inspired by Michel Houellebecq's novel "La Possibilité d'une île" (The Possibility of an Island)

    All songs composed by Iggy Pop and Hal Cragin, except where indicated

    Les feuilles mortes (music: Joseph Kosma; lyrics: Jacques Prévert)
    I Want to Go to the Beach (Iggy Pop)
    King of The Dogs (Lil Armstrong, Iggy Pop)
    Je sais que tu sais (Lucie Aimé, Hal Cragin, Iggy Pop)
    Spanish Coast
    Nice to Be Dead
    How Insensitive (Vinicius De Moraes, Ray Gilbert, Antônio Carlos Jobim)
    Party Time
    He's Dead / She's Alive (Iggy Pop)
    A Machine for Loving (Hal Cragin, Michel Houellebecq, Iggy Pop)
    She's a Business
    Les feuilles mortes (Marc's Theme) (music: Joseph Kosma; lyrics: Jacques Prévert)



    Iggy 2012
    Apres (Thousand Mile Inc. 2012)
    Recorded: 2012
    Released: May 9, 2012
    Producer:

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - Vocals
    Info is not finish


    Et si tu n'existais pas (Joe Dassin)
    La Javanaise (Serge Gainsbourg)
    Everybody's Talkin' (Harry Nilsson)
    I'm Going Away Smiling (Yoko Ono)
    La vie en Rose (Edith Piaf)
    Les Passantes (Georges Brassens)
    Syracuse (Henri Salvador)
    What Is This Thing Called Love? (Cole Porter)
    Michelle (The Beatles)
    Only the Lonely (Frank Sinatra)


    IGGY AND THE STOOGES


    Iggy Pop 2013
    Ready to Die (Fat Possum Records 2013)
    Recorded: 2012-2013 at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA
    Released: April 30, 2013
    Producer: James Williamson

    Musical personnel:
    Iggy Pop - Vocals
    James Williamson - Guitar
    Scott Asheton - Drums
    Mike Watt - Bass
    Steve Mackay - Sax
    Toby Dammit - percussion
    Scott Thurston - keyboards
    Jason Butler - percussion
    Mark Culbertson - double bass
    Petra Haden - violin, background vocals
    Hugh Marsh - violin
    Michelle Willis - pump organ

    All songs written and composed by Iggy Pop and James Williamson

    Burn
    Sex & Money
    Job
    Gun
    Unfriendly World
    Ready to Die
    DD's
    Dirty Deal
    Beat That Guy
    The Departed


    Iggy Pop 2009

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