Iggy Pop :: Fire Girl (Demo)

Despite its status being Iggy Pop’s best selling album, the 1986 David Bowie produced Blah-Blah-Blah has not fared near as well in terms of posterity. Critically speaking, anyway. Big on sleek 80’s era production, Pop has largely distanced himself from the work in subsequent years. And while some of the criticism of the now dated production is not without merit, there are some gems to be had in this largely forgotten album. Tracks such as “Isolation” and “Baby, It Can’t Fall” benefit tremendously from Bowie’s backing vocal arrangements (despite Wikipedia’s . . .

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