Posted by: Tigon from: California on
Iggy Pop, who has been the forefront of punk in the 70's, correlates with David Bowie to this 1987 New Wave rock album with its radio safe 'Real Wild Child' sets up 80's rock with such gems as 'Shades', 'Fire Girl', ' Cry for Love' and 'Isolation' just as well with a cheesy sense of innovation that can appeal any 80's music fan or rock fan of Iggy Pop alone. A more savvier follow up of 'The Idiot', but not to be compared to Iggy's more harder albums- still a prominent album. The influential ballads underpinned by David Bowie are unmistakable.
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