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After a four-year hiatus, Iggy Pop returned for a final collaboration with David Bowie and fashioned himself into an ‘80s pop frontman. With a sound that drifts away from his punk roots, “Fire Girl” cocoons Iggy’s low crooning in a bouncy synth; “Shades” is soaked in shallow, echoing percussion, which pushes up against a chunky guitar groove. A sharp burst of synths accents “Cry for Love,” which would be at home on any film soundtrack of the album’s era.

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