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Page Artiste Iggy Pop


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  • CD (1 mars 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0007CNXX2
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Run Like A Villain
  2. The Villagers
  3. Angry Hills
  4. Life Of Work
  5. The Ballad Of Cookie Mcbride
  6. Ordinary Bummer
  7. Eat Or Be Eaten
  8. Bulldozer
  9. Platonic
  10. The Horse Song
  11. Watching The News
  12. Street Crazies
  13. Pain And Suffering (Bonus)

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Tout d'abord, la photo de la pochette est admirable, elle nous présente un Iggy décontracté sirotant un coca dans une gargote haïtienne. Que fait l'iguane à Haïti sinon s'initier à quelque rituel vaudou ! Le ton est donné. Il est là dans son élément, de toute évidence, le plus noir des blancs d'Amérique (il aime le blues, le free jazz et le vaudou). Et une fois de plus, la bonne société blanche américaine en prend pour son grade dans ces douze plages de choc trop méconnues. Le système est démonté soigneusement par Iggy : à l'ère spatiale nous avons encore une mentalité de vieux ploucs arriérés (the villagers), ou encore une vie à s'user au travail pour en retirer quoi au bout du compte (life of work), ou bien la loi de la jungle (eat or be eaten), les actualités si déprimantes (watching the news), le sexe (bulldozer)... Iggy préfère suer sur les planches ou encore son plumard et pas que pour dormir. Iggy le "clochard céleste" ! Musicalement, c'est un univers urbain, fiévreux voir guerrier à mi-chemin entre Raw Power et The Idiot, des sons de guitares et de claviers invraisemblables (qui est ce fabuleux et mystérieux Robert duPrey co-signataire de la quasi-totalité des titres ?) et rythmes tribaux, peu de choses en commun avec sa production des années 80, pourtant ZOMBIE BIRDHOUSE date de 1982. Ce disque est une sorte de concentré d'iggypoperie, que du bonheur pour tout fan d'Iggy qui se respecte. Alors pourquoi ce disque est-il si effacé par rapport au reste de la production de l'animal ? Si je devais résumer le meilleur de la carrière d'Iggy en 3 albums, ce serait : FUN HOUSE, THE IDIOT et ZOMBIE BIRDHOUSE (quel titre !) sans aucune hésitation.
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Par S.F.Sorrow COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEUR le 8 octobre 2003
Format: CD
Cette réédition bienvenue permet de (re)découvrir l'un des disques les plus méconnus d'Iggy. Sorti originellement en 1982 sur le label Animal Records (petite structure créée par Chris Stein, l'éminence grise de Blondie, que l'on retrouve également à la production de l'album), "Zombie Birdhouse" (que l'on peut traduire par "Asile de Zombies") est fascinant d'un bout à l'autre: sans la moindre préoccupation commerciale, Iggy y crée un univers sonore étrange et oppressant, à l'image du titre. Certains titres sont plutôt expérimentaux ("Life of Work", "Watching the News","Street Crazies"...) tandis que d'autres sont franchement pop ("Platonic", "The Horse Song"...). Même s'il n'est pas totalement parfait (ce qui le rend d'autant plus attachant), je considère "Zombie Birdhouse" comme l'un des disques les plus intéressants de l'iguane, et je le range en bonne place aux côtés de "The Idiot", "Lust For Life" et "New Values", chefs d'oeuvre dont la réputation n'est plus à faire. Le deuxième CD nous gratifie d'un show enregistré au Canada à la même époque, où l'on retrouve quelques classiques stoogiens ("Your Pretty Face", "Loose"...) intercalés entre les titres de "Zombie".
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enfin je retrouve ce disque, que j'avais égaré depuis des années et je l'adore comme tout ce que fait Iggy p
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HASH(0x97b0e834) étoiles sur 5 On my Top 10 all time list - any genre 12 septembre 2003
Par D. Sloan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Well, to paraphrase Captain Beefheart, "Iggy was hungry but he sure weren't weird." I noticed in a couple of previous reviews that this is "bizarre" or "weird" music. Yes, it is experimental to a degree, but it's always in service to the emotion that Iggy is trying to get across.
For example, the slow-building, droning guitar/keyboard loop that slowly grows on Life Of Work implies exactly that - a droning, rhythmic life of work. "The people stare with blinking eyes, the workforce stands in readiness." The lyrical imagery is amazing on every track. I think of this as "thinking man's grunge" - because it's raw and personal but loud and rhythmic too. I'd bet anything that one Kurt Cobain spun this on his turntable a few times in his formative years!
Almost every song has a unique aural setting that fits it's message perfectly. Producer/guitar player Chris Stein (of Blondie!!) really goes wild in conjuring "jungle-like" sounds with strange metallic textures. This was one of his first projects after Blondie crashed and burned, and he was really eager to go in a new artistic direction. His imprint is all over this effort.
The drumming is also quite prominent throughout the album, with bongos (!) among other unusual percussion instruments (for his genre) that further the tribal aspect of the music.
Iggy really let's 'er rip with the tribal aspect of human nature in both his lyrics and vocal performance. It was a personally dark time for him. I saw him in late 1982, with about 49 other people, in Eugene, Oregon. At about 2:30 a.m., after looking generally [angry] and crazed (and flipping his mike stand hard into the audience a couple of times) he fired his soundman near the end of the show. Kicked him right off the stage! I think you can hear that anger, that exasperation, in this album.
When this first came out, it hit me on a very personal level. I had never heard music of such an intensely personal nature before. The closest anything has come since is probably mid-late 90's Radiohead. And people go crazy for them! Why not Iggy? Well, Radiohead is definitely more "mainstream" in several ways - sound, looks, actions - and I guess Iggy's just too much to take for most people. His singing isn't anywhere near pitch perfect, but again, it's calculated to be that way. He isn't doing anything by accident here, but the whole album has a really spontaneous feel that keeps it fresh over two decades later.
It's ironic that many Iggy fans put this near the bottom of their list but it's my #1 Pop favorite. If you haven't heard it, give it a try - but do it with an open mind (and preferably listen to it in a darkened room late at night for best effect).
Enjoy!
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HASH(0x97b0e888) étoiles sur 5 Iggy is a goof 1 octobre 2000
Par Chris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Only Iggy could try to write such silly lyrics and accompany them with mature 80's poppy rock music. Zombie Birdhouse is rather awkwardly arranged and produced. A lot of Iggy's material is like that, but it seems so much more apparent on this album. The album is good and I listen to it more than you might think. The first three songs are absolute classics and it's suprising that "The Horse Song" wasn't a hit. This album doesn't sound a lot like Iggy's style, but songs like "The Ballad of Cookie McBride" and "Eat or Be Eaten" show that he has just as much charisma as The Stooges did. Zombie Birdhouse is an odd album. Buy it...I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
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HASH(0x97b0ecc0) étoiles sur 5 Weird but fun 25 juillet 2003
Par J. Alsheimer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I always liked Zombie Birdhouse. With it's flying saucer guitar on The Horse song and the LMAO lyrics of bulldozer it is just representative of what I like about Iggy. Off the wall and fun, with more than a tiny bit of darkness to it (street crazies, the villagers, etc). I would splurge and get this edition because you get a live concert cd recorded in Toronto in 1983. The negative of this is Iggy must have had a cold because his throat sounds messed up, the quality of the recording is rather bootleggish, but still after a few listens you get used to the negatives and get into it. So I would definitely count the additional cd as a pretty cool bonus.
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HASH(0x97b100a8) étoiles sur 5 One of the best rock albums of all time - of course no one likes it 21 janvier 2010
Par D. Garcia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Absolutely brilliant from start to finish. This is mature music that stretches the boundaries of Rock while remaining absolutely true to Rock's core disaffected, outsider aesthetic philosophy. Stunningly well arranged and executed in every way.

One of the most intelligent rock albums of all time. It's no surprise Iggy's core fans haven't a clue on this one, it runs the gamut from ballads to the best kind of tight, minimalist hook oriented rock to the avant guarde. It's everything it shouldn't be. Punk babies who thought punk was about adherence to fashion, spitting, head banging and nihilism will not like this.

The lyrics are always heartfelt and searingly honest, while at the same time consistently funny, dark and socially penetrating to the point of disgust, sometimes verging on what might be called layered streams of consciousness. In a word... brilliant.

I was never a big fan of Iggy while I was rude to you when I worked behind the counter of Tower Records but this record changed my mind and it sounds even better almost 30 years later. I suspect it's Iggy's favorite.

Get Jim Carroll's "Catholic Boy" with this and you'll be set.

Prescient too: "In the space age... the village idiot rules."
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HASH(0x97b1018c) étoiles sur 5 New Reissue Worth Rebuying! 23 septembre 2003
Par Jason Tharp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Before "Avenue B", there was "Zombie Birdhouse". Actually, this isn't as much of a departure as "AveB" considering the album that came before it: "Party". There is more of an emphasis on his poetry reading (I've heard that the Doors wanted him to replace Morrison 30 years ago) & concepts rather than attempts at hit songs. The side openers "Run Like a Villain" & "Eat or be Eaten" sure are catchy though & "Bulldozer" is hard enough it sounds like he should have kept it for "Instinct" (which for me is a good thing). He has more to say here. Even though some of the later songs don't work very well, "Villain" especially seems to equate the jogging craze that started in the eighties with running away from responsibility for the greed & corruption of that decade. "Street Crazies" is another favorite, talking about the homeless being those left behind "as we try for the better, for the higher in man... they may as well be apes". The best moment, I think, is at the end of "Watching the News" when he starts to sing "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" as a tribute to Simon & Garfunkel. The album might seem softer, but it's heavier in another way. The live disc turns in heavier versions of most of "Z.B"'s songs, but knowing Iggy, they're also sloppier. They start off strong with an improvement on "The Villagers" which I always thought was a little too dance-y. From there it's the usual Iggy banter (i.e. obscenities) & clumsy versions of Stooges songs. The big surprise is the absence of "Lust For Life" or "The Passenger" which I thought he was required by law to play. The bottom line I guess is that if your a big fan, you're thrilled by anything new that comes along, & if not, it's a pretty good value for the few songs you'll like right away & then "discover" it later in your collection.
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