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Iggy and the Stooges Provide Music for Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Hateful Eight’ Trailer

Sony Music
Sony Music

Even though the film hasn't even started filming yet, a teaser trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Hateful Eight’ has been popping up in theaters everywhere this week, tagged onto screenings of ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.‘

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45 Years Ago: The Stooges’ Debut Sets the Stage for Punk

Elektra Records
Elektra Records

The Stooges' 1969 self-titled debut album opened the door for everything loud, hard and heavy that followed.

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How Jack White Almost Produced a Stooges Album

Iggy Pop and Jack White
Neilson Barnard / Terry Wyatt, Getty Images

Iggy Pop explains how Jack White came very close to producing a new album by the Stooges.

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Top 10 Stooges Songs

Elektra Records
Elektra Records

We count down the best songs by the legendary proto-punk band.

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Iggy Pop Puts Stooges on Hold: ‘It Would Just Be Wrong’

Carlos Alvarez, Getty Images
Carlos Alvarez, Getty Images

For the first time in many a year, Iggy Pop is planning on keeping a lower than usual profile."I definitely have no plans to be a touring musician for the next couple of years."

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Scott Asheton of the Stooges Dies

Scott Asheton
Matthew Peyton, Getty Images

The original drummer for the legendary Stooges, Scott Asheton, has died.

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Stooges Guitarist James Williamson Digs Up Old Songs For New Album

Columbia/Legacy Records
Columbia/Legacy Records

The life, death and rebirth of the Stooges stands as one of the more unlikely tales in rock and roll. Since reforming in 2003, the band have made two albums and toured regularly. When head Stooge Iggy Pop designated 2014 as time out for the band, guitarist James Williamson has decided to keep active during the downtime.

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The Stooges’ ‘Search & Destroy’ Covered By Talib Kweli

Iggy Pop Talib Kweli Frank Micelotta John Sciulli

So often we credit Iggy and the Stooges as a major inspiration on punk that it's easy to overlook just how far-reaching their influence has spread. It's even extended to hip-hop, where Talib Kweli has recorded a cover of their 'Search & Destroy.'

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40 Years Ago: Iggy & the Stooges Record ‘Metallic K.O.’ Show

KO feature

One of rock’s most harrowing and authentically violent recorded documents was captured live 40 years ago today when Iggy and the Stooges unknowingly committed their last will and testament to tape (as an active '70s band, anyway) by performing the show that would go down in infamy as ‘Metallic K.O.’

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Iggy & the Stooges, ‘Ready To Die’ – Album Review

Jim Dyson, Getty Images
Jim Dyson, Getty Images

Who would have ever guessed that in 2013, we would be talking about a new Stooges album? The odds were certainly not in that column, but then in 2003, the unexpected happened and Iggy Pop, Ron Asheton and brother Scott plugged in once again. They toured and wowed young and old fans alike with their brutal rock and roll assault, and even released a reunion album, although 2007's 'The Weirdness' was hardly the stuff of legend and kind of a false-start comeback.

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