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Tuesday, November 10, 2009


Posted By on Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 4:57 PM


Some folks don't want to hear what the setlist is going to be before they attend a concert and we can respect that. So if you're one of those people, please read no further.

For the rest of you, the recently reunited Iggy & the Stooges (with the legendary James Williamson back on lead guitar and Mike Watt filling in for the late Ron Asheton on bass) played their first concert and their only show of 2009 this past weekend (Saturday, November 7th, to be exact) at a rock festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil -- news that we first broke in Metro Times via our cover story and exclusive interviews with Iggy and Williamson the first week of October.

Anyway, some enterprising soul at the show saw fit to videotape the whole concert and has the clips up on Youtube already. If you wanna see it, better do it fast (as we all know how quickly things can be deleted on that site). The setlist -- and the links -- are below. Enjoy!

01 - Raw Power -
02 - Kill City -
03 - Search and Destroy -
04 - Gimme Danger -
05 - Cock In My Pocket -
06 - Shake Appeal -
07 - Loose -
08 - 1970 -
09 - Funhouse -
10 - Night Theme/Skull Ring -
11 - Johanna -
12 - I Got A Right -
13 - I Wanna Be Your Dog -


14 - Five Foot One -
15 - The Passenger -
16 - Death Trip -
17 - Lust For Life -

After show interview -

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