Iggy Pop reunited with producer David Bowie for Blah Blah Blah. While it adopts a number of different musical styles, the record isn't as cohesive or as ambitious The Idiot or Lust for Life. Instead, it acts as an Iggy sampler, offering a variety of material that is all competently performed, but with the notable exception of a cover of Johnny O'Keefe's "Real Wild Child (Wild One)," rarely compelling.
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AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine