Four different Stooges studio outtakes including one of "Lost In The Future," the David Bowie mix of Iggy and the Stooges'."Gimme Danger," plus tracks from Iggy Pop's pre-Stooges bands The Iguanas and the Prime Movers Blues Band are among the tracks included on the upcoming soundtrack for Jim Jarmusch's Iggy/Stooges documentary Gimme Danger. Announced today by Rhino Custom, who recently released the colored vinyl version of The Stooges (left) for Black Friday/RSD, the new soundtrack will be released first on CD and then in LP format. The CD version of the soundtrack will arrive in Amoeba on February 24th with the LP vinyl version following it on April 7. Scroll all the way down to see tracking of each format. The shorter slightly truncated LP version features Stooges songs and has a selection of tracks previously only available on CD or digital formats, such as the aforementioned "Lost In The Future" studio outtake.
Meanwhile the CD version of the soundtrack will include 14 songs that focus on the group's first three studio albums: The Stooges, Fun House (also on LP vinyl), and Iggy and The Stooges' Raw Power (also on vinyl): featuring Iggy Pop, Ron and Scott Asheton, Dave Alexander, and James Williamson. As noted in the previously published Amoeblog theatrical preview of Gimme Danger, which will be released on-demand and in various formats beginning at the end of this month, Iggy was instrumental in Jarmusch making the film when he told the director nine years ago, "I wish someone would make a good movie about the Stooges, and I wish it was you." Read Amoeblog on film and view trailer below plus soundtrack track listing for CD and LP versions.