The Stooges - Funhouse FLAC album
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Fun House is the second studio album by American rock band The Stooges. It was released on July 7, 1970 by Elektra Records. Though initially commercially unsuccessful, Fun House developed a strong cult following. Like its predecessor (1969's The Stooges) and its successor (1973's Raw Power), it is generally considered integral in the development of punk rock.
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Stooges. I just picked up a Monarch pressing of this killer album (happy day!), but my copy doesn’t have the MON on side B. It does have the circled (MR) on both sides, and MON is one side A. Also, it has the Artisan logo (drumsticks on snare) on both sides. Anyone have a copy similar to this? Should I create runout variant listings for this release page?
Released July 7, 1970. 1. Down on the Street Lyrics.
The Stooges' first album was produced by a classically trained composer; their second was supervised by the former keyboard player with the Kingsmen, and if that didn't make all the difference, it at least indicates why Fun House was a step in the right direction. Producer Don Gallucci took the approach that the Stooges were a powerhouse live band, and their best bet was to recreate the band's live set with as little fuss as possible. The Stooges may have had more "hits," but Fun House has stronger songs, including the garage raver to end all garage ravers in "Loose," the primal scream of "1970," and the apocalyptic anarchy of ". Fun House is the ideal document of the Stooges at their raw, sweaty, howling peak.
Of course the Stooges were stupid, that was the whole point. Three chords were okay, two were even better, one or none (the cacophonous ". Blues") was best of all. Drunk on their own testosterone, Iggy Pop and Co. kept things simple, loud, and brutal-and he's been coasting on the band's rep ever since. Whereas the debut album finds the band trapped inside the songs, Fun House sees them bursting out of their own constraints.
Their epic second album, using different takes from the 'Complete Funhouse Sessions' boxset. more Stoogeness! Dave Duncanson. Only a true fan would put this together and post it with no commercials. Down on the street has one of the coolest riffs ever. What an opener!! the stooges were such an underrated band.