Forty years on from their landmark proto-punk album "Raw Power," Iggy and
It's the first time
After "Raw Power," Iggy Pop and Williamson went on to work together on a 1977 duo album, "Kill City," and Iggy's 1979 solo disc "New Values." But when the Stooges reunited in 2003, Williamson — who by then had become a technology executive at
"My motivation in making any record with the group at this point is no longer personal," Iggy said in a delightfully profane video statement posted online. "It's just a pig-headed ... thing I have, that a real ... group, when they're an older group, they also make ... records. They don't just go and twiddle around onstage to make a bunch of ... money and then go, 'Oh, it wouldn't be as good.'
"This is not the ...
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