Iggy Pop - Party [LP]




A1 Pleasure 3:10
A2 Rock And Roll Party 4:11
A3 Eggs On Plate 3:41
A4 Sincerity 2:38
A5 Houston Is Hot Tonight 3:30
B1 Pumpin' For Jill 4:30
B2 Happy Man 2:19
B3 Bang Bang 4:08
B4 Sea Of Love 3:49
B5 Time Won't Let Me 3:22

Party is the sixth solo studio album by American rock singer Iggy Pop. It was released in June 1981 by record label Arista. For this record, Pop collaborated with Ivan Kral, who is best known as the guitar and bass player for Patti Smith in the 1970s.

When Arista heard the album, they brought in former Monkees producer Tommy Boyce to remix Bang Bang. [citation needed] According to Iggy Pop's autobiography I Need More, he wrote Bang Bang because Arista Records wanted a single and he promised them a commercial album. He originally wanted Phil Spector or Mike Chapman to produce the song. Iggy claimed he got idea for the song from reading The Right Stuff at a local bookstore.

Party is the last of Pop's three albums with Arista Records, following New Values and Soldier. Buddha reissued the album in 2000 with two bonus tracks: Speak to Me and a cool jazz rendition of the standard One for My Baby (and One More for the Road).