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1969 - The Stooges - The Stooges (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Appearing on vinyl for the first time ever, the John Cale mix of The Stooges —which was lost for more than 40 years —is the Essentials Record of the Month for April Actual vinyl color and effect may differ from mockup.
  2. You're listening to the official audio for The Stooges - "" from the album 'The Stooges' (). The 50th anniversary super deluxe edition of The Stooges’ self-titled debut – a proto-punk landmark – includes outtakes, alternates, and an “I Wanna Be Your Dog” single mono mix, plus a full album alternate mix by John Cale remastered at the corrected speed. llegicphocontswadurulachvenfalopor.coinfo
  3. With the Three Stooges' popularity soaring in , the boys tried their hand at making record albums. They succeeded and spun out 60 phonograph records between and , with 16 of them reissued under new titles, plus a record of their Christmas songs .
  4. The essence of punk years before the genre existed, The Stooges' furious music was a howling, visceral, fuzztone-drenched, and unprecedented vortex of sound, as evidenced on their revolutionary self-titled, John Cale-produced debut album.
  5. Nov 03,  · Song ; Artist The Stooges; Album ; Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of Elektra); UMPG Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music .
  6. The Stooges is the eponymous debut studio album by American rock band the Stooges, released on August 5, by Elektra Records. Considered a landmark proto-punk release, the album peaked at number on the US Billboard Top Albums chart.
  7. The Stooges -The Stooges (Limited Edition) (White Vinyl) [Import] 2 LPs $ Limited edition pressing on white vinyl. Although righty considered a classic these days, when the eponymous debut album by The Stooges was first released in it was anything but an instant hit.
  8. While the Stooges had a few obvious points of influence -- the swagger of the early Rolling Stones, the horny pound of the Troggs, the fuzztone sneer of a thousand teenage garage bands, and the Velvet Underground's experimental eagerness to leap into the void -- they didn't really sound like anyone else around when their first album hit the streets in

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