SEALED -(that's a crap photo from the internet, I dont feel like taking a new one, but it's perfect!) Direct from the BOMP WAREHOUSE, complete with authentic BOMP dust from the 1980’s! These are the last few copies , about to be out of print forever and ever!
Highs in the Mid-Sixties, Volume 19 (subtitled Michigan, Part 3) is a compilation album in the Highs in the Mid-Sixties series, featuring recordings that were released in Michigan. Highs in the Mid-Sixties, Volume 5 and Highs in the Mid-Sixties, Volume 6 are earlier volumes in the series featuring bands from this state. One of Iggy Pop's first band was the Iguanas; the band was formed in 1963 when he was still in high school, and he was the band's drummer. This previously unreleased track comes from early demo tapes and is evidently the first song recorded where he was the songwriter. AIP Records has also released a series of compilation albums of unreleased Iggy Pop material named after this band, called the Iguana Chronicles. This album was released in 1985 as an LP by AIP Records (as #AIP-10028).
1. The Tempests: "Look Away" (Sevison) — rel. 1963
2. The Saharas: "This Mornin'" (P. F. Sloan)
3. The Decisions: "Tears, Tears" (The Decisions)
4. The Royal Shandels: "Be Careful with Your Carful" (L. London)
5. The Ju Ju's: "I'm Really Sorry" (Rick Stevens)
6. The French Church: "Without Crying" (The French Church) — rel. 1966
7. The Oxford 5: "Gloria" (Van Morrison)
 Side 2
1. The Iguanas: "Again and Again"
2. The Beaubiens: "Time Passed"
3. The Bells of Rhymny: "She'll be Back" (Burdick/Parsons/Dick Wagner)
4. The Chessmen: "You Can't Catch Me" (Finchum/Motley/Evans/Griebe)
5. The French Church: "Slapneck 1943" (The French Church)
6. The Assortment: "Bless Our Hippie Home" (Fenstock/Roderie)
7. The Orange Wedge: "From the Tomb to the Womb" (I.S.P.)