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Iggy Pop - Real Wild Child (Wild One) mp3 album
  • Performer: Iggy Pop
  • Title: Real Wild Child (Wild One)
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1986
  • Music style: Alternative Rock, New Wave, Post-Punk, Synth-pop, Rock & Roll
  • MP3 size: 1436 mb
  • FLAC size 1201 mb
  • Formats WAV DMF AUD AU APE MIDI ASF

Wild One" or "Real Wild Child" is an Australian rock and roll song written by Johnny Greenan, Johnny O'Keefe, and Dave Owens. While most sources state that O'Keefe was directly involved in composing the song, this has been questioned by others.

Iggy Pop. Album Blah Blah Blah. Real Wild Child (Wild One) Lyrics. Well I'm just out of school Like I'm real, real cool Got to dance like a fool Got the message that I got to be A wild one Ooh yeah, I'm a wild one. Got to break it loose Going to keep them moving wild Going to keep a swinging baby I'm a real wild child. I'm a real wild one And I like a wild fun In a world gone crazy Everything seems hazy I'm a wild one Ooh yeah, I'm a wild one. Got to break it loose Going to keep them moving wild Going to keep a swinging baby I'm a real wild child

Lyrics to "Real Wild Child" song by Iggy Pop: Well I'm just outa school Like I'm real real cool Gotta dance like a fool Got the message that . .Gonna met all muh friends Gonna have ourself a ball Gonna tell my friends Gonna tell them all That I'm a wild one Ooh yeah I'm a wild one. Gotta break it loose Gonna keep 'em movin' wild Gonna keep a swingin' baby I'm a real wild child. I'm a real wild one An' I like a wild fun In a world gone crazy Everything seems hazy I'm a wild one Ooh yeah I'm a wild one. Gotta break it loose Gonna keep 'em movin' wild Gonna keep a swingin' baby I'm a real wild child

Home Iggy Pop Iggy Pop – Real Wild Child (Wild One). Iggy Pop – Real Wild Child (Wild One) – Official Music Video. Original song was written by Johnny Greenan, Johnny O’Keefe and Dave Owens and released as a single by Johnny O’Keefe in 1958. Iggy Pop’s cover appears on Blah Blah Blah album and was released as a single in 1986. It reached number 1 on the singles chart in New Zealand and on the official UK singles chart.

Band Name Iggy Pop. Album Name Real Wild Child (Wild One). Type EP. Released date 1986. Labels A And M Records. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album1. 1. Real Wild Child (Wild One) (Johnny O'Keefe Cover). Iggy Pop. Learn more. Other productions from Iggy Pop. Post-Pop Depression.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Real Wild Child (Wild One) (Extended Version)
Remix – David Bowie, David Richards
8:28
B1 Real Wild Child (Wild One)
Mixed By – David Bowie, David Richards
3:37
B2 Little Miss Emperor
Mixed By – David Bowie, David Richards
3:51

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: AMY - 368 - A1 4
  • Barcode: AMY-368-B1 11
  • Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AM-2909 Iggy Pop Real Wild Child (Wild One) ‎(7", Single) A&M Records AM-2909 US 1986
C 14460 Iggy Pop Real Wild Child (Wild One) ‎(Cass, Single) Festival Records, A&M Records C 14460 Australia 1986
X-14460, X 14460, AMY 368 Iggy Pop Real Wild Child (Wild One) ‎(12", Ltd) A&M Records, A&M Records, A&M Records X-14460, X 14460, AMY 368 Australia & New Zealand 1986
SP-23051 Iggy Pop Real Wild Child (Wild One) ‎(12", Maxi) A&M Records SP-23051 Canada 1986
7Y3040 Iggy Pop Real Wild Child (Wild One) ‎(7") A&M Records 7Y3040 Japan 1987


Comments: (1)
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How do you judge an all time classic? There's no denying that "Real Wild Child (Wild One)" is one of those fantastic tracks that will always be cooler than so much of the bollocks that emerged from the eighties. Even so, although we are talking about only 3 tracks here, this release is a little disappointing. The A side, an 8.28 epic extended remix from the days where "extended" usually meant not too much more than lengthening the intro and outro, comes across as waaay too long. Even when considering the technology of 1986 I thought this was excessive. Yes, there are some interesting effects (e.g. Iggy's lyrical "stutter", which is done ad nauseum). They are rudimentary by today's standards but they may have been interesting or exciting back then. Even so I felt it dragged after the first few minutes. B1 is undisputably the reason for obtaining this. The original, true 80s pop rock at a standard 3.37 minutes, perfect for radio play and all that. Comparatively tame lyrics about the follies of youth and the motives for being cool and wild, conveyed in poignantly honest and simple language. I will never forget the scene in the film "Crocodile Dundee II" where Mick Dundee somehow convinces a (very cheesy 80s Hollywood interpretation of a) NY Gang to accompany him on a raid on a drug dealer’s home. With a wide shot of a bravado-filled convoy of gang member cars sailing through New York City, collecting more of their kind along the way, the preceding song said it all. B2 - "Little Miss Emperor" - a real B side by definition, is nothing overly special. It has that softer/popular almost Bowie-esque rock sound (Bowie was after all one of the producers), though it does give the listener a chance to hear Iggy's gruffer vocals, a nice comparison compared to the super smooth and processed "Real Wiiiild Child".
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