At the Drive-In, "Rolodex Propaganda" and "Enfilade" (2000)
In the late Nineties, nu-metal superproducer Ross Robinson was talking to Iggy about recording an album. That project never happened, but he did visit the studio where Robinson was recording post-hardcore Texans At the Drive-In's high-octane commercial breakthrough, Relationship of Command. Pop can be heard distinctively on "Rolodex Propaganda" – you don't ask Iggy Pop to sing back-up if you want him to blend in – but his big moment comes at the start of "Enfilade." A woman answers the phone only to hear a cryptically creepy message from a kidnapper that begins, "Hello, mother leopard, I have your cub."