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Post Pop Depression

Iggy Pop

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1.1
Break Into Your Heart
Iggy Pop
3:55
1.2
Gardenia
Iggy Pop
4:14
1.3
American Valhalla
Iggy Pop
4:39
1.4
In The Lobby
Iggy Pop
4:15
1.5
Sunday
Iggy Pop
6:07
1.6
Vulture
Iggy Pop
3:16
1.7
German Days
Iggy Pop
4:48
1.8
Chocolate Drops  EXPLICIT
Iggy Pop
3:58
1.9
Paraguay  EXPLICIT
Iggy Pop
6:25
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    41:37
Billboard 200 - #17, 2016 Grammy Award nomination - Best Alternative Music Album, 2016 "... an intelligent, sassy garage rock record that’s obsessed with sex and death ... solid gold proof of (Pop's) genius." - NME "... it’s one of the better recent releases from both (Pop and Homme) ... Pop’s wobbly voice sounds a lot like his dearly departed friend Bowie these days, focusing on campy theatrics ... he still fares best against the backdrop of a good old capital-R Riff ..." - SPIN "... Pop looks back on an up-and-down life with a mix of melancholy and anger, regret and humour, the near-casualty who somehow kept himself afloat ... for all of Pop's well-earned reputation as a bare-chested banshee in concert, he has an expressive, even sonorous baritone voice and a pithiness as a lyricist. His words brim with battle-scarred imagery and humour." - Chicago Tribune Hinted to be his final album, Iggy Pop's highly acclaimed Post Pop Depression was recorded over several weeks in 2015, co-written and produced by Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, who also plays several instruments on the album and co-financed the recording with Pop. Homme's QOTSA bandmate Dean Fertita also appears, along with Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders. "He is the last one of the one-of-a-kinds. This is a much deserved victory lap for a man who's not sure if he won. But he did. He may have tunnelled underground for lots of that, but he still got to the destination." - Josh Homme
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Produced by Joshua Homme Engineered and mixed by Mark Rankin Mastered by Gavin Lurssen and Reuben Cohen for Lurssen Mastering Photos by Andreas Neumann
 Assistant engineer: Justin Smith Guitar technician: Matthew Zivich Drum technician: Davey Latter
 Additional guitar assistance: Gabriel Currie, Echo Park Guitars Additional Rancho De La Luna Assistance: Dave Catching, Hutch, Amanda B’hymer Tracks 1, 3, 4, 7, 9 published by Top Notch Booty (BMI), administered by BMG Rights Management and Board Stiff Music (BMI), administered by Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing Tracks 2, 5, 6, 8 published by Top Notch Booty (BMI), Administered by BMG Rights Management, Board Stiff Music (BMI), administered by Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing
 and Sleeping Disorder Music (BMI), Administered By Songs Of Kobalt Music Publishing Recorded at Rancho De La Luna, Joshua Tree, CA Jan 12 - 30 2015 and Pink Duck Studios, Burbank, CA Mar 3 - 9 2015 Mixed at United Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA May 13 - 15, May 19 - 21 2015 
 Except “In The Lobby” mixed at Pink Duck Studios, Burbank CA July 14 2015
 Strings performed by the Section Quartet / Strings and Horns Arranged by Joshua Homme

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