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American Valhalla - Iggy Pop - Post Pop Depression (CD, Album)


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  1. Post Pop Depression is a collaborative album written by Iggy Pop and Joshua Homme and features musicians Iggy Pop, Joshua Homme, Dean Fertita, and Matt Helders. Album is produced by Joshua Homme. Purchase includes a digital download of Gardenia that will be sent to the given email address shortly following check out. T.
  2. Post Pop Depression is the seventeenth studio album by American rock singer Iggy Pop, released by Caroline International / Loma Vista Recordings on March 18, Produced by Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, the album was recorded in secrecy and features contributions from Queens of the Stone Age member Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Art rock, garage rock, hard rock.
  3. Mar 18,  · Post Pop Depression is not something I even care about, much less hold dear to my heart, praising the powers that be, thrilled and saddened in the same moment that I’m holding a new Iggy Pop album in my hands, and knowing it will be the last. Most music rags are afraid to tell you they don’t like the album for whatever reason but I’m not/5(38).
  4. Feb 04,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Iggy Pop - Post Pop Depression at Discogs. Complete your Iggy Pop collection/5(K).
  5. Post Pop Depression is reportedly the last album in the long and illustrious career of punk icon Iggy Pop.. In the Song Exploder Podcast Iggy said. I told Josh [Homme] when we were three quarters.
  6. Mar 10,  · In June of , Iggy Pop appeared on Dinah Shore’s morning variety show, ostensibly to promote his debut solo album, The Idiot, with its producer—David Bowie—in tow .
  7. American Valhalla candidly explores the relationship from text to tour via the recording of Iggy’s latest album, Post Pop Depression. Through lyric sheets, letters and journal entries, it brings you closer to Iggy, Joshua, and the creative process than ever before. After falling out with his band and releasing a run of poorly received albums, Iggy was determined to prove the doubters wrong.
  8. All this is reflected in Iggy’s darkly humorous musings on ‘Post Pop Depression’, but the issues are universal as well as personal. “Got all I need and it is killing me, and you” Iggy croons on the sensational centrepiece track, ‘Sunday’, neatly conflating his personal circumstances with the wider malaise of .