Category: Alternative


    1. Gardataxe

      Blah-Blah-Blah Lyrics: Pop before the war / Lunch before the score / Steady as she goes / Following my nose / I'm a bull mongrel / That's me / Baby that's me / Shimon Peres / What are you going to do.
    2. Yokasa

      Iggy Pop: Blah-Blah-Blah 30 Years Old Today. Posted on 01/10/ by Matt P (guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.xyzinfo, It’s also a very funny album. Bowie and Iggy clearly had a great laugh writing these songs, with some preposterous couplets thrown in, and ‘Hideaway’.
    3. Mugul

      The history behind the recording of Blah Blah Blah (gleaned from Trynka's Iggy Pop Open Up and Bleed) is totally fascinating.. Trynka gives a detailed rundown on how this CD was recorded, promoted, and why it works so well. Trynka is an excellent author who gives a /5(82).
    4. Kazrajas

      Blah-Blah-Blah is the seventh studio album by Iggy guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.xyzinfoally released in October , on the label A&M, it remains his most commercially successful album to date. Blah-Blah-Blah appeared after a four-year hiatus for Pop, with David Bowie serving as his prime collaborator. It would be their final collaboration. A successful tour followed the album's guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.xyzinfo: Rock, dance-rock, pop rock.
    5. Mut

      Iggy Pop. Iggy Pop (born James Newell Osterberg, Jr.; April 21, ) is an American singer, songwriter, musician, and actor. Though widely known as an innovator of punk rock, Pop's music has encompassed a number of styles over the years, including pop, hard rock, jazz and blues.
    6. Yozshuran

      Original Playlist of Blah Blah Blah, guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.xyzinfo%28album%29 track listing: All tracks written by Iggy Pop and David Bowie.
    7. Misar

      Format: CD, Year: , Label: A&M Records (CD ), Barcode: , Length:
    8. Ditaur

      Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Iggy Pop - Blah-Blah-Blah at Discogs. Complete your Iggy Pop collection/5().
    9. Sharan

      After a four-year hiatus, Iggy Pop returned for a final collaboration with David Bowie and fashioned himself into an ‘80s pop frontman. With a sound that drifts away from his punk roots, “Fire Girl” cocoons Iggy’s low crooning in a bouncy synth; “Shades” is soaked in shallow, echoing percussion, which pushes up against a chunky guitar groove.

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