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I Need More By Iggy Pop,

  • Title: I Need More
  • Author: Iggy Pop
  • ISBN: 9781880985434
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
  • A collection of autobiographical stories, I Need More is the chronicle of musician Iggy Pop From his childhood in Ann Arbor, Michigan to the inception and evolution of the seminal rock band, the Stooges, Pop vividly recalls his tales of reckless abandon in his own frank and indomitable manner and confirms his rightful position as a cultural iconoclast and one of rock musiA collection of autobiographical stories, I Need More is the chronicle of musician Iggy Pop From his childhood in Ann Arbor, Michigan to the inception and evolution of the seminal rock band, the Stooges, Pop vividly recalls his tales of reckless abandon in his own frank and indomitable manner and confirms his rightful position as a cultural iconoclast and one of rock music s true innovators.
    I Need More A collection of autobiographical stories I Need More is the chronicle of musician Iggy Pop From his childhood in Ann Arbor Michigan to the inception and evolution of the seminal rock band the Stoog

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    1. I don t know Is it important for books to be challenging to read or to drive into the heart of the human experience Or is it important to read something that goes down smoothly and makes you dream of being a badass This one I read and reread I tried to live some of the small details in the book I try to talk the way he writes So much of the book is great because it makes no sense He says You know what i mean No we don t Also, I do not believe his story on how he dodged the draft i just don t be [...]

    2. Halfway decent autobio of Iggy Pop One can t help but feel he s holding quite a bit back, though At times I found his ego to be a little overwhelming, almost getting in the way of telling his story I bet the Asheton Brothers could probably write a better Stooges book since they have nothing to lose.

    3. I read this book in 1982 when it first came out I was listening to his new album Zombie Birdhouse at the time and was totally into it So I was and am a biased reader That said, this felt like a truly honest and revealing look inside Iggy s James s mind If a person is looking for the whole story though, this isn t it, as it was only currently up to about 1981.I don t see Anne Wehrer s name on this edition, but she co wrote it There are sections of the book where he s talking directly to her.

    4. This is practically the only good rock autobiography haven t read chronicles tho basically, ig s a poet, and the small miniatures in this book are excellent observations on the technique of giving voice to the pain at the middle of the wild life And, also, funny as hell What s so cool about Iggy is that he kind of played the stupid lug, but was always this ruminative, intellectual about it The greek ideal Look out, I m gonna rip your convertible top.

    5. Pop has no writing talent although his recent Lollapalooza set matched any live show I have ever seen But this idiosyncratic and profane diary is fascinating in spots And of course every one should have The Stooges and Fun House in their record collections.

    6. I would like to read as many rock n roll books as possible The subject matter makes up for the nerdiness of reading, I guess.

    7. Really brings you into the screwed up world of the Stooges during their heyday Sort of like my youth in book form with artistic genius sprinkled on top.

    8. Great stuff The feces smeared, hung over, recently arrested stuff that legends are made of All this and aluminum foil wigs, too

    9. Written like an average intelligence middle school kid but interesting nonethelesst a life style I d care to follow, however.

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