The Stooges have announced that their new album, titled "The Weirdness," will be released in Spring 2007.
Members of The Stooges, including Iggy Pop, Ron Asheton, Scott Asheton and Steve Mackay, have announced the release date of "The Weirdness," their first album together since 1973's "Raw Power." The set will touch the market on March 20th next year.
Working together with all those original line up of the band to support the new LP is ex-Minutemen bassist Mike Watt who is taking the place of founding bassist Dave Alexander who died in 1975, and legendary producer Steve Albini.
Tracks confirmed to appear on the album include; "Trollin," "Greedy Awful People," "Claustrophobia," "Mexican Guy," "I'm Fried," "ATM," "O Solo Mio," "She Took My Money," and "End Of Christianity." In support of their music effort, the Stooges will next embark on a tour called "Weirdness Tour" that will include a March 17 stop at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas.