“Sonic Mass” is a dark, grandiose & utterly monumental” KKKK Kerang
“Heavy, tribal, rumbling rhythms meet searing anthems...one of the uk’s greatest ever bands” 9/10 Metal Hammer
“Captures the intesnsity only matched by Neurosis and Killing Joke” – Terrorizer
“a masterful work” - Zero Tolerance
"Sonic Mass comprehensively re-establishes Amebix’s innate ability to rip your head from your shoulders” The Quietus
2. Shield Wall
3. The Messenger
4. God Of The Grain
1. Sonic Mass Part 1
2. Sonic Mass Part 2
3. Here Come The Wolf
4. The One
5. Knights Of The Black Sun
Housed in oversized gloss laminated card slipcase.
Brian James: Guitar/Ivan Kral : Keyboards & Gtr/Glen Matlock: Bass/Klaus Kruger: Drums Un-Released Recording and Unseen photographs from the concert. Recorded on two of the four dates performed at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco.
One of the most frenetic breakneck tours Iggy undertook with the atmosphere charged even more with two of punks top generals in his band Sex Pistol Glen Matlock and the Damned’s Brian James as well as Patti Smith Group Ivan Kral. Features a completely unheard track Hitchhiking in California.
Liner notes include exclusive notes from Ivan Kral & Brian James.
Iggy performs tracks from his current album New Values and some brand new tracks only recently recorded for the forthcoming Soldier album alongside some of the Stooges classic tracks TV Eye, Real Cool Time, I wanna be your dog, No Fun and a rarely played, blistering version of You’re Pretty face is going to hell.
1. Real Cool time
2. Knockin em down in the city
3. Take care of me
4. Dog Food
5. You really got me
6. New Values
7. TV Eye
8. Play it safe
9. Your pretty face is going to hell
11. Hitchhiking in California
12. I wanna be your dog
13. One for my baby
14. China Girl
15. Five foot One
16. No fun
Features Ministry’s Al Jurgensen on guitar who also co- wrote the A side Remastered for vinyl in this limited edition pressing of 500 Orange 7” for RSD
Fire Engine (single Edit) 3:06 (Iggy Pop / Allen D Jourgensen)
Warrior Tribe 5.04 (Iggy Pop / Ric Ocasek).
The Single that never happened. Recorded back in 1983 and never released.
Looking for a new record deal after the lack of sales of his last album Zombie Birdhouse Iggy teams up with Ric Ocasek of the Cars in Boston to record 3 tracks 2 of which are presented here.