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Party

Iggy Pop

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With New Values and Soldier, not to mention plenty of touring, Iggy Pop proved that if he wasn't the most stable man in rock & roll, he wasn't the burned-out waste case who hit the skids after the collapse of the Stooges, either. In 1981, both Iggy and his record company wanted him to deliver a hit, and Party was a typically eccentric attempt on his part to do just that. On Party, Iggy and songwriting partner Ivan Kral came up with a set of stripped-down but tuneful pop/rockers, and Iggy tried to steer away from darker lyrical themes in favor of relatively upbeat songs like "Rock and Roll Party," "Houston Is Hot Tonight," and "Pumpin' for Jill" (he works at a gas station, get it?). But "Pleasure" proved the old Iggy still lurked beneath the surface, "Eggs on a Plate" found him lashing out at the symbols of success he was trying so hard to gain, and "Happy Man" was so aggressively silly it verged on self-parody. Iggy also tried to enlist a name producer to give the project some commercial punch; what he got was one-time Monkees songwriter Tommy Boyce, who oversaw the uninspired but prescient dance-rock opus "Bang Bang" (which did scrape the lower regions of the singles charts), as well a pair of eccentric covers. Part of Iggy Pop's unique sort of integrity is that the man doesn't seem to know how to sell out, even when he tries, and Party, one of the strangest albums of his career, is living proof. Buddha's 2000 reissue of Party added a strong, low-key rendition of the Johnny Mercer classic "One for My Baby (And One More for The Road)" that works better than most of the cuts from the original album.
© Mark Deming /TiVo

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1
Pleasure
00:03:12

Michael Page, Acoustic Bass - Uptown Horns, Performer - Thom Panunzio, Producer - Ivan Kral, Guitar - Ivan Kral, Keyboards - Ivan Kral, Composer - Ivan Kral, Lyricist - Douglas Bowne, Drums - Iggy Pop, Composer - Iggy Pop, Lyricist - Iggy Pop, Vocal

(P) 1981 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

2
Rock and Roll Party
00:04:13

Michael Page, Acoustic Bass - Thom Panunzio, Producer - Ivan Kral, Guitar - Ivan Kral, Keyboards - Ivan Kral, Composer - Ivan Kral, Lyricist - Douglas Bowne, Drums - Iggy Pop, Composer - Iggy Pop, Lyricist - Iggy Pop, Vocal

(P) 1981 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

3
Eggs On Plate
00:03:44

Michael Page, Acoustic Bass - Thom Panunzio, Producer - Ivan Kral, Guitar - Ivan Kral, Keyboards - Ivan Kral, Composer - Ivan Kral, Lyricist - Douglas Bowne, Drums - Iggy Pop, Composer - Iggy Pop, Lyricist - Iggy Pop, Vocal

(P) 1981 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

4
Sincerity
00:02:40

Michael Page, Acoustic Bass - Uptown Horns, Performer - Thom Panunzio, Producer - Ivan Kral, Guitar - Ivan Kral, Keyboards - Ivan Kral, Composer - Ivan Kral, Lyricist - Douglas Bowne, Drums - Iggy Pop, Composer - Iggy Pop, Lyricist - Iggy Pop, Vocal

(P) 1981 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

5
Houston Is Hot Tonight
00:03:32

Michael Page, Acoustic Bass - Uptown Horns, Performer - Thom Panunzio, Producer - Ivan Kral, Guitar - Ivan Kral, Keyboards - Ivan Kral, Composer - Ivan Kral, Lyricist - Douglas Bowne, Drums - Iggy Pop, Composer - Iggy Pop, Lyricist - Iggy Pop, Vocal

(P) 1981 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

6
Pumpin' for Jill
00:04:33

Michael Page, Acoustic Bass - Thom Panunzio, Producer - Ivan Kral, Guitar - Ivan Kral, Keyboards - Ivan Kral, Composer - Ivan Kral, Lyricist - Douglas Bowne, Drums - Iggy Pop, Composer - Iggy Pop, Lyricist - Iggy Pop, Performer

(P) 1981 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

7
Happy Man
00:02:21

Michael Page, Acoustic Bass - Uptown Horns, Performer - Thom Panunzio, Producer - Ivan Kral, Guitar - Ivan Kral, Keyboards - Ivan Kral, Composer - Ivan Kral, Lyricist - Douglas Bowne, Drums - Iggy Pop, Composer - Iggy Pop, Lyricist - Iggy Pop, Vocal

(P) 1981 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

8
Bang Bang
00:04:08

Jimmy Whizner, Arranger - Michael Page, Acoustic Bass - Tommy Boyce, Producer - Ivan Kral, Guitar - Ivan Kral, Keyboards - Ivan Kral, Composer - Ivan Kral, Lyricist - Douglas Bowne, Drums - Iggy Pop, Composer - Iggy Pop, Lyricist - Iggy Pop, Vocal

(P) 1981 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

9
Sea of Love
00:03:40

Thom Panunzio, Producer - Michael Page, Acoustic Bass - Rob Duprey, Guitar - Tommy Boyce, Producer - Iggy Pop, Performer - Iggy Pop, Vocal - Jimmy Whizner, Arranger - Ivan Kral, Guitar - Ivan Kral, Keyboards - Philip Baptiste, Composer - Philip Baptiste, Lyricist - George Khoury, Lyricist - George Khoury, Composer - Douglas Bowne, Drums

(P) 1981 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

10
Time Won't Let Me
00:03:27

Thom Panunzio, Producer - Michael Page, Acoustic Bass - Rob Duprey, Guitar - Tom King, Lyricist - Tom King, Composer - Tommy Boyce, Producer - Iggy Pop, Vocal - Jimmy Whizner, Arranger - Ivan Kral, Guitar - Ivan Kral, Keyboards - Chet Kelly, Composer - Chet Kelly, Lyricist - Douglas Bowne, Drums

(P) 1981 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

11
Speak To Me
00:02:40

Thom Panunzio, Producer - Ivan Kral, Composer - Ivan Kral, Lyricist - Iggy Pop, Performer - Iggy Pop, Composer - Iggy Pop, Lyricist

(P) 2000 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

12
One for My Baby
00:04:08

Harold Arlen, Composer - Harold Arlen, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer - Johnny Mercer, Composer - Johnny Mercer, Lyricist - Iggy Pop, Performer

(P) 2000 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

Descriptif de l'album

With New Values and Soldier, not to mention plenty of touring, Iggy Pop proved that if he wasn't the most stable man in rock & roll, he wasn't the burned-out waste case who hit the skids after the collapse of the Stooges, either. In 1981, both Iggy and his record company wanted him to deliver a hit, and Party was a typically eccentric attempt on his part to do just that. On Party, Iggy and songwriting partner Ivan Kral came up with a set of stripped-down but tuneful pop/rockers, and Iggy tried to steer away from darker lyrical themes in favor of relatively upbeat songs like "Rock and Roll Party," "Houston Is Hot Tonight," and "Pumpin' for Jill" (he works at a gas station, get it?). But "Pleasure" proved the old Iggy still lurked beneath the surface, "Eggs on a Plate" found him lashing out at the symbols of success he was trying so hard to gain, and "Happy Man" was so aggressively silly it verged on self-parody. Iggy also tried to enlist a name producer to give the project some commercial punch; what he got was one-time Monkees songwriter Tommy Boyce, who oversaw the uninspired but prescient dance-rock opus "Bang Bang" (which did scrape the lower regions of the singles charts), as well a pair of eccentric covers. Part of Iggy Pop's unique sort of integrity is that the man doesn't seem to know how to sell out, even when he tries, and Party, one of the strangest albums of his career, is living proof. Buddha's 2000 reissue of Party added a strong, low-key rendition of the Johnny Mercer classic "One for My Baby (And One More for The Road)" that works better than most of the cuts from the original album.
© Mark Deming /TiVo

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