What does age have to do with it? Last Birthday His cake was lit with his 75 candles, but punk’s godfather Iggy Pop would rather have his own rock’n’roll than try to prove the immortality of his roll. I’m worried about my poor ass. Yes, in this latest release, all losers, It’s a return to the lean, mean urgency that made Iggy famous. raw powerbut trying to drive some meaning into a world full of nonsense is also banging your head.
On the kick-off track “Frenzy,” Iggy isn’t bragging about his stamina about having a “dick and two balls,” but he’s inflamed, agitated, and enthused by the coalition of dunces around him. I’m yelling. Republican, Putin’s entourage, Freedom Convoy — take your pick. While he lives in Miami, Iggy remains Detroit in his heart and is quick to push back what the Stooges have done so well.
Piano keys are slammed and guitars are tough. They are chopped, shredded, and ground while Iggy launches a verbal attack on the media hype, Poser his punks, drug addiction, and every loser who crosses his path. It’s not all loud rage. And it’s not without inside-out humor. Iggy enjoys savage blows.
He’s definitely not some old dude waving a cane in the street. rip off!”