Not exactly what I expected when I heard Iggy and Josh Homme were making an album together. Instead of the in-the-red aggression of the Stooges (who Homme has cited as a huge influence), this is much closer to Bowie's Berlin Trilogy. That said, it's a fine album that deserves recognition alongside Pop's better solo material.
I highly recommend this album for anyone who loves Josh homme or for the relation of bands he has been associated with his entire career Kyuss, does anyone remember that band ? QOTSA, EODM- session player or this album featuring Iggy Pop. He is the frontman for this Debut release called Post Pop Depression. My favourite song on the whole thing was a song titled Sunday , German days is reaaly good too. Enjoy Avid listeners
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