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  • Nikinos says:
    On (this 2 CD Deluxe version of) The Stooges Funhouse, you not only get the original Elektra Records album, but also the single mixes of the songs "Down on the Street" and "", also outtakes from the Funhouse sessions (produced by none other than Don Gallucci of Don & The Goodtimes and the Kingsmen) that will take you well over the top/5().
  • Zulkim says:
    Fun House is the second studio album by American rock band the Stooges. It was released on July 7, by Elektra Records. Though initially commercially unsuccessful, Fun House developed a Genre: Hard rock, proto-punk, avant-rock, punk jazz, .
  • Samujind says:
    On (this 2 CD Deluxe version of) The Stooges Funhouse, you not only get the original Elektra Records album, but also the single mixes of the songs "Down on the Street" and "", also outtakes from the Funhouse sessions (produced by none other than Don Gallucci of Don & The Goodtimes and the Kingsmen /5().
  • Gokora says:
    Label: Elektra - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock The Stooges - Fun House (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(10).
  • Dizuru says:
    1 day ago · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Fun House on Discogs. Label: Elektra (2) - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Unofficial Release, Stereo Gatefold • Country: France • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Hard Rock, Experimental, Garage Rock.
  • Moogutaur says:
    The Stooges may have had more "hits," but Fun House has stronger songs, including the garage raver to end all garage ravers in "Loose," the primal scream of "," and the apocalyptic anarchy of "L.A. Blues." Fun House is the ideal document of the Stooges at their raw, sweaty, howling peak/
  • Neramar says:
    Featured are a newly remastered 2-LP 45 RPM (for highest audio quality) version of the album, the vinyl debut of THE COMPLETE FUN HOUSE SESSIONS, and HAVE SOME FUN: LIVE AT UNGANO'S, a recording of The Stooges performing live in New York City in .
  • Turamar says:
    Everybody knows that the Stooges' 3rd, and, I believe, last, album, Raw Power, is a bona fide classic, but their first 2 albums, though both contain some filler, are some of the best recordings of the early 70's, particularly for loud, heavy rock/5().

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