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A Million In Prizes - The Anthology


Download links and information about A Million In Prizes - The Anthology by Iggy Pop. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Punk, Heavy Metal, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 38 tracks with total duration of 02:32:05 minutes.

Artist: Iggy Pop
Release date: 2005
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Punk, Heavy Metal, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 38
Duration: 02:32:05
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No. Title Length
1. 1969 (featuring The Stooges) 4:05
2. No Fun (featuring The Stooges) 5:15
3. I Wanna Be Your Dog (featuring The Stooges) 3:09
4. Down On the Street (featuring The Stooges) 3:43
5. I Got a Right (featuring The Stooges) 3:22
6. Gimme Some Skin (featuring The Stooges) 2:44
7. I'm Sick of You (featuring The Stooges) 6:52
8. Search & Destroy (featuring The Stooges) 3:29
9. Gimme Danger (featuring The Stooges) 3:33
10. Raw Power (featuring The Stooges) 4:16
11. Kill City (featuring James Williams) 2:29
12. Nightclubbing 4:15
13. Funtime 2:54
14. China Girl 5:08
15. Sister Midnight 4:20
16. Tonight 3:38
17. Success 4:24
18. Lust for Life 5:12
19. The Passenger 4:40
20. Some Weird Sin 3:40
21. I'm Bored 2:46
22. I Need More 4:03
23. Pleasure 3:13
24. Run Like a Villain 3:01
25. Cry for Love 4:26
26. Real Wild Child 3:39
27. Cold Metal 3:27
28. Home 3:06
29. Candy 4:14
30. Well Did You Evah! (featuring Deborah Harry) 3:28
31. Wild America 3:59
32. T.V. Eye (Live Féile Festival, Ireland) 5:24
33. Loose (Live Féile Festival, Ireland) 3:23
34. Look Away 5:09
35. Corruption 4:24
36. I Felt the Luxury (featuring THE WOOD, Martin, Medeski) 6:30
37. Mask 2:54
38. Skull Ring (featuring The Stooges) 3:51



This 2005 collection, named for a line in "Lust for Life," does an admirable job of summarizing Iggy Pop's career up to that date. The first half of the tracks make a coherent summary of Iggy's days with The Stooges and his earliest solo albums with David Bowie, The Idiot and Lust for Life. The inclusion of the singles "I Got a Right/Gimme Some Skin" and "I'm Sick of You" is particularly smart. Casual fans may wish to also purchase a copy of The Stooges' Fun House, since only one cut from that—"Down on the Street"—makes the cut here (though "T.V. Eye" and "Loose" appear in live versions from Iggy's 2003 tour). The set's second half snags tunes from various other solo albums, including New Values, Soldier, Party, Zombie Birdhouse, and Skull Ring. The most obscure choices are "Well Did You Evah!" with Blondie's Deborah Harry (from the Red Hot + Blue benefit album) and "I'll Be Seeing You" with Françoise Hardy (from her 2000 album Clair Obscur).