IGGY POP Lust For Life 1977 UK RCA 1st PRESS MINT-

IGGY POP Lust For Life 1977 UK RCA 1st PRESS MINT- IGGY POP
Lust For Life
UK RCA (PL 12488) FIRST PRESSING (September 1977) OF IGGY POP'S "Lust For Life" LP
LOVELY COPY - ONCE/TWICE PLAYED - SENSATIONAL SOUND - LOUD AND UP-FRONT
PRESSED WITH THE FIRST ISSUE RCA MATT ORANGE LABELS
MATRIX: PL 12488 A-2 (etched 'IDIOT") / PL 12488 B-1 (etched 'IDIOT")
THE RECORD IS HOUSED IN THE ORIGINAL MATT SLEEVE "Printed and made in Great Britain by Garrodprint Ltd."
COMPLETE WITH THE ORIGINAL RCA COMPANY DIE-CUT INNER SLEEVE DATE CODED '9-77' (September 1977)
On The Idiot, Iggy Pop looked deep inside himself, trying to figure out how his life and his art had gone wrong in the past. But on Lust for Life, released less than a year later, Iggy decided it was time to kick up his heels, as he traded in the mid-tempo introspection of his first album and began rocking hard again.
Musically, Lust for Life is a more aggressive set than The Idiot, largely thanks to drummer Hunt Sales and his bassist brother Tony Sales. The Sales' proved they were a world class rhythm section, laying out power and spirit on the rollicking title cut, the tough groove of "Tonight," and the lean neo-punk assault of "Neighborhood Threat," and with guitarists Ricky Gardner and Carlos Alomar at their side, they made for a tough, wiry
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