Top 10 Great Iggy Pop Collaborations
Lust for Life” (with David Bowie) (1977): He resurrected me," Iggy said of David Bowie after his friend's death earlier this year.
The Stooges, “I Wanna Be Your Dog” (feat. John Cale) (1969): Stooges manager Danny Fields tapped Lou Reed's former foil in the Velvet Underground to oversee the band's debut album.
Play It Safe” (feat. Simple Minds) (1980): While Iggy was recording Soldier at Rockford Studios in rural Wales.
Repo Man” (feat. Steve Jones, Nigel Harrison and Clem Burke) (1984): Iggy Pop was in rough shape when director Alex Cox personally visited his apartment.
Ryuichi Sakamoto, “Risky” (1987): The same year he would compose his Oscar-winning score for The Last Emperor.
Love Transfusion” (feat. Alice Cooper) (1989): Iggy goes hair metal! Pop met Alice Cooper back in the Stooges days when they were front men for two of the wildest bands on the Detroit scene.
Candy” (feat. Kate Pierson) (1990): Iggy was inspired to write his only Top 40 hit after reminiscing about his teenage girlfriend, Betsy.
Deborah Harry & Iggy Pop, “Well Did You Evah!” (1990): The 1990 Red Hot + Blue LP, a tribute to the music of Cole Porter.
John Moran, ‘The Manson Family: An Opera’ (1990): Iggy began a second career as an actor in the Eighties, which seemed like a natural enough progression.
Goran Bregović, ‘Arizona Dream’ Soundtrack (1992): Goran Bregović had previously composed a score for fellow Serbian Emir Kusturica's Time of the Gypsies.