Dakota’s recommendations: The Stooges.

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The Stooges – Fun House

I always tell my friend Marques, an earthly angel whose name means nothing to you, that a true The Stooges fan doesn’t only tolerate L.A. Blues, but he hums the song because he’s listened to it enough times to know every jagged chord, wail and come down. Forget Raw Power, Fun House is the quintessential Stooges album with enough tension and unrestrained recklessness to make you wonder DJ who?

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The saxophone on 1970 and Fun House sounds like a damn electric guitar! These misfits were so tripped out on acid, their consciousness didn’t expand, it imploded into music for punks. Which is what precisely followed somewhere in the mid-70s. Maybe a weird vision, ya know? Don’t let some tired con from England, and there’s plenty of them, brag that he saw the birth of punk in England, it happened in Detroit.


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