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Iggy Pop poster - Naughty Little Doggie. Original

£19.99 GBP

Original ‘Iggy Pop’ poster for the release ‘Naughty Little Doggie’

‘Naughty Little Doggie’ is the 12th album by ‘Iggy Pop’. The photography is by David Sims and Anton Corbijn; and the artwork by Phil Bicker.

Iggy Pop said 'I'm better than a Pepsi/I'm cooler than MTV,' bragging at the outset of Naughty Little Doggie album over the shake 'n' quake of 'I Wanna Live.' 'Step up, it's fight time/Kick, scratch and bite time.' Iggy is as good as his word, turning on the power-elite pricks in 'Knucklehead' while losing himself in the burntheart howl of 'To Belong.' Iggy has not lost his gift of lyric writing — 'The music sounds like dead ham' ('Knucklehead') — and sly menace. 'Strangle that rock & roll star,' he sings on 'Outta My Head' with just the right trace of irony. 'Make him eat jizz.'

Iggy also carries a great weight of his own history; he nails it in 'Outta My Head' with the wounded-animal way his voice bends slightly out of tune. 'Look Away,' is a potent admission of screwing up on China white and cheap attitude. Amid references to Johnny Thunders' fatal mixed-up confusion and Iggy's own near-death experiences, electric and acoustic guitars blend in eerie, milky strumming as Iggy intones the words look away like some Zen chant and shows just how low you can go to get by. 'I got lots of feelings/But I hold them down,' he sings at the end. 'That's the way I cope/With this shitty town.'

If Iggy had died ahead of schedule, he would just be another rock & roll martyr. Instead, the fun house is still open for business and, as he puts it here, 'I'm deeper than the shit I'm in/An' I don't really give a damn.' Celebrity is great, but survival is the best revenge.

30" x 20" inches

Good 'Original' Condition