Iggy Pop and his 'French connection'

Iggy Pop

During the week, Iggy Pop en Paris on the occasion of the release of his latest album, greatly influenced by jazz, in charge of the EMI French
As we mentioned earlier this month, the singer of the stooges He said that for the same he was inspired by the book entitled "The Possibility of an Island”, Written by the controversial French novelist Michel Houellebecq.

"I was able to recognize a lot of myself in the play. This probably happened because I was always interested in sex, death, and the end of the human race. Like Daniel (the main character), I too find myself very tired of entertaining other people and wish for a new life”Commented the North American artist.

Iggy took time to 'joke' saying that Preliminary, an album loaded with rhythms completely opposite to the ones I used to develop, will not have much future:
"American jazz experts will criticize it to death and my rock fans won't like it at all".

The date of arrival on the world market is set for May 18.

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