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Iggy and the Stooges Reveal Bonuses on "Raw Power" Box Set

February 9, 2010 12:00 AM ET

Iggy and the Stooges' 1973 classic Raw Power will be reissued April 27th as a Deluxe Edition box set complete with three discs worth of music featuring 15 previously unreleased bonuses — never-before-heard tracks, demos and remixes. One of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, Raw Power was the first Stooges album to feature James Williamson on guitar in place of the great Ron Asheton, who switched to bass. The LP spawned the punk anthems "Search and Destroy" and "Gimme Danger." As Rolling Stone previously reported, the Stooges, who will be inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in March, will celebrate their third album by performing the whole LP in concert.

Five decades of Raw Power: The Stooges in photos.

The first disc of the box set will contain the newly remastered Raw Power, featuring David Bowie's original mix for the album that was previously out of print, while the second disc boasts the Georgia Peaches bootleg, comprised of an unreleased soundboard recording of a 1973 concert the Stooges performed in Atlanta, Georgia. Two more unreleased songs will grace the second disc: An Iggy Pop/James Williamson-penned outtake called "Doojiman" and a rehearsal performance of "Head On." The third disc features four more outtakes — "I'm Hungry," "I Got a Right," "I'm Sick of You" and "Hey, Peter" — and alternate mixes of four tracks: "Shake Appeal," "Death Trip" "Gimme Danger" and "Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell."

The Raw Power: Deluxe Edition box set also includes a new hour-long making-of Raw Power documentary, a 48-page photo book and a replica of the 1973 Japanese "Raw Power" 7'' single. The box set will only be available through the Iggy and the Stooges Website.

Read more about the Stooges' road to the Rock Hall:

Iggy Pop Speaks Out About "Raw Power" Gigs, New Stooges Music
Q&A: The Stooges' Iggy Pop

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