Iggy Pop - Iggy & Ziggy - Cleveland '77 (LP, Silver/Pink Splatter Vinyl)

Limited Edition Pink and Silver splatter vinyl combines two rock legends

Icons combine in this special edition pink and silver vinyl, as we listen to Iggy Pop and David Bowie live in Cleveland OH. Lifelong friends, (and for a year roommates in West Berlin, imagine those household meetings!) come together in 1977, with Pop singing and Bowie rocking the keys. These performances are the sort of wild frenzy you can only get from the duo live. 


Iggy Pop, aka James Newell Osterberg, is one of the pioneers of punk and rock. Equally famous for his band The Stooges and his solo work, Pop has earned his nickname "The Godfather of Punk". He's noted for his unique voice, his incredibly unhinged stage antics (including but not limited to rolling around in glass), and his roll in the growth of the rock genre and its offshoots. He has said that the creation and style of The Stooges (formed 1967) was heavily inspired by New Jersey punk girl bands, and the stage persona of Jim Morrison of The Doors. Pop's career trajectory was plagued by his heavy drug abuse, which often caused sudden halts to projects. Despite this, Iggy Pop has had a decades long successful career, both solo and with The Stooges. He was indoctrinated into The Rock Hall of Fame in 2010, and received a Grammy  for Lifetime Achievement in 2020.


David Bowie is a leading figure in the music industry, and is one of the most influential musicians of all time. He is known for his extravagant gender-bending costumes and popular alter egos, like Ziggy Stardust, Halloween Jack, and Major Tom. He was questioned a lot for his more feminine personas and costumes, which pushed him to come out as bisexual. He was the first bisexual artist in history to come out publicly. Bowie also did acting on the side, and is most famous for his role as The Goblin King in the movie Labyrinth. He stayed relevant as he continued to make music and toured for over 40 years. His last record, "Blackstar", was released in 2016, two days before he lost his battle with cancer and passed away. His memory, music, and personas will live on forever.




  1. Raw Power
  2. 1969
  3. Turn Blue
  4. Sister Midnight
  5. I Need Somebody
  6. Search & Destroy
  7. TV Eye
  8. Dirt
  9. Funtime
  10. Gimme Danger
  11. No Fun
  12. I Wanna Be Your Dog




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