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The Stooges

The Stooges

Formed in 1967 out of Ann Arbor, Michigan by Iggy Pop, Ron and Scott Asheton, and Dave Alexander, The Stooges created proto-punk and were instrumental in the development of punk rock and alt-rock, not to mention influencing and inspiring countless musicians that have followed.

Their self-titled debut LP was released in 1969 and they followed it with Fun House in 1970. After a brief split, the group went through lineup changes which saw the addition of James Williamson on guitar for Raw Power (1973).

The Stooges was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010.

While you can read up on the band on their Wikipedia page, I strongly recommend watching the phenomenal documentary Gimme Danger, directed by Jim Jarmusch.

Below you’ll find a complete collection of blog posts, album reviews, single and song reviews, features, lists, and more on FensePost that cover The Stooges.

Amazing Vinyl Records in Terrible Condition

7 Records in Terrible Condition that Will Never Leave My Collection 

If you’ve been a record collector for any notable length of time, you’ll probably have a few albums in your collection of — well — questionable quality. I’m not talking about ones that are guilty pleasures, or ones that are a little embarrassing to admit you have in your collection. (Though I’m sure those exist as well, but that’s a subject for a future list…) I’m also not talking about ones where it’s just a flat out shity pressing. The terrible condition I’m talking about: the records that are truly beat to hell.

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