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Iggy Pop, struggling to kick a heavy drug habit in the late 1970s, celebrated his own intensity with the song that was arguably his masterpiece, "Lust for Life".114ost Pop Depression," Pop's 22rd album if you include work with his early band The Stooges, unmistakably looks large at the rocker's legacy.Pop found an apt partner for "Post Pop Depression" in guitarist Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, a signature force behind the California desert rock movement that focuses on ragged, bluesy guitar rather than studio smoothness.Pop said he reached out to Homme in the form of an unsolicited package of handwritten notes – which included graphic descriptions by Pop of his sex life – and the inter-generational pair eventually agreed to play together in secrecy.Pop brought in other hard-charging rockers – Queens of the Stone Age bassist Dean Fertita and drummer Matt Helders of Arctic Monkeys.
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