Iggy Pop

James Newell Osterberg (Iggy Pop) is a mind controlled singer, used in the media, music industry (program Punk Rock of club CBGB's) and New York art scene of Chelsea Hotel and Andy Warhol to normalise heroin addiction and to play a role in the James Holmes ritual. The Stooges and The Ramones (Dee Dee Ramone also a resident of Chelsea Hotel) were managed by Daniel Feinberg (Danny Fields, Phi Beta Kappa, NYU, gay agenda), publisher of The Doors and Nico at Elektra Records.

He worked with Sam Lay (Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, John Lee Hooker).

He dated Bebe Buell, mother of Liv Tyler, who also was the groupie of Jimmy Page, David Bowie and Mick Jagger. Ron Asheton of The Stooges collected nazi memorabilia and died in 2009 of a heart attack.

In 1971 he met David Bowie at Max's Kansas City (Wizard of Oz programming).

The Sex Pistols (Chelsea Hotel resident Sid Vious) performed his songs. Siouxhie and the Banshees covered The Passenger on Through the Looking Glass (Alice in Wonderland programming).

He was a friend of Johnny Depp and Jim Jarmush.

Astrological chart

born 4/21/1947, date Elizabeth II, John Keynes, James McAvoy, Michael Sandford, Robert Smith, Andie McDowell, d Prince, d Verne Troyer, year of death Aleister Crowley.

Asc: Cancer, mc: Aries. Dom: Aries (the Emperor), Taurus, Leo - Mars, Mercury, Saturn.

Houses 9, 10, 1. 9: Venus in Pisces, Mars conj Mercury in Aries, 10: Sun and Moon in Taurus, 1: Saturn and Pluto in Leo. 3: Neptune in Libra, 5: Jupiter in Scorpio, 11: Uranus in Gemini.

Discography and filmography

1969 The Stooges produced by John Cale at The Hit Factory Elektra Records
1970 Fun House
1973 Raw Power (Mars)
1977 The Idiot (the Fool)
1977 Lust for Life (Lust, inspired by William Burroughs)
1977 Kill City (with James Williamson)
1979 New Values
1980 Soldier
1981 Party song Bang Bang (covered by David Bowie on Never Let Me Down) Arista Records
1983 Zombie Birdhouse
1985 Rock 'n' Rule
1986 Blah-Blah-Blah
1986 Sid and Nancy Gary Oldman (The Dark Knight) as Sid Vicious Courtney Love Anne Lambton (The Witches) Alex Cox
1988 Instinct
1990 Brick by Brick Candy with Kate Pierson (gay agenda) of B-52's
1990 Cry Baby Johnny Depp Polly Bergen Ricki Lake John Waters (gay agenda) Patricia Hearst Willem Dafoe Universal Pictures
1990 Well Did You Evah Debbie Harry
1993 American Caesar (the Emperor)
1995 Dead Man Johnny Depp as William Blake (William) Billy Bob Thornton Crispin Glover John Hurt Michael Wincott (The Crow) Lance Henriksen Robert Mitchum Jared Harris Gabriel Byrne Gibby Heynes (Butthole Surfers, drug experiments with Timothy Leary) Jim Jarmush
1996 Naughty Little Doggie
1999 Avenue B
2001 Beat 'Em Up
2003 Skull Ring
2003 Coffee and Cigarettes (cc=33) Tom Waits Wu Tang Clan Jim Jarmush
2007 The Weirdness (The Stooges) Virgin
2009 Préliminaires (based on Michel Houllebecq's Possibility of an Island)
2012 Après
2013 Les Gamins
2013 Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (Alice in Wonderland)
2013 Ready to Die (Iggy Pop and The Stooges)
2014 Burroughs at 100 BBC documentary about William Burroughs
2015 Danny Says documentary about Danny Fields Alice Cooper Lou Reed
2015 Rammstein in America
2016 Post Pop Depression Josh Homme (year after Bataclan ritual)
2016 To Stay Alive: A Method Michel Houellebecq
2016 Götterdammerung (opera of Richard Wagner) as Vicious (Sid Vicious) Grace Jones Henry Rollins Jesse Hughes (Bataclan ritual) Josh Homme Mark Lanegan Slash Hilde Van Mieghem
2016 Blood Orange (Lust) Ben Lamb
2017 Song to Song Michael Fassbender Cate Blanchett Natalie Portman Ryan Gosling Rooney Mara Lykke Li Val Kilmer (played Jim Morrison) Florence Welch Flea Patti Smith John Lydon Anthony Kiedis Big Freedia (transgender agenda) Terrence Malick
2019 Free
2019 Dead Don't Die Jim Jarmush Bill Murray Adam Driver Steve Buscemi Tilda Swinton Tom Waits RZA Rosie Perez Selena Gomez

Iggy Pop in popular culture

1993 The Crow Michael Massee as Funboy (based on Iggy Pop) Brandon Lee (shot on set by Michael Massee, year of death River Phoenix at Johnny Depp's club) David Patrick Kelly Michael Wincott
1996 Trainspotting Lust for Life as opening song Ewan McGregor Danny Boyle (London Olympics ceremony)
1998 Velvet Goldmine (rainbow poster) Ewan McGregor as pop star based on Iggy Pop and Kurt Cobain, Christian Bale


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