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Year: 2006

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Boy Howdy Tested and Creem Approved! This Creem Magazine concert features Iggy Pop and the original lineup of the Stooges (except for bassist, filled in by indie legend Mike Watt) performing at their first Detroit homecoming in 29 years. It is a full concert of the best songs of the first two Stooges albums from 1969 & 1970 including: Loose, Down On the Street, 1969, I Wanna Be Your Dog, TV Eye, Dirt, Real Cool Time, No Fun, 1970, Funhouse, Not Right, and Little Doll. Also included is the title track from the 2003 release "Skull Ring." Bonus materials are highlighted by the legendary NYC instore performance (minus Mike Watt) where Iggy explains the origin of the songs, a photo gallery and CREEM archive

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