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Iggy Pop paid tribute to David Bowie during a two-hour radio show over the weekend.

Pop’s Iggy Confidential on BBC Radio 6 Music found Pop share his memories of Bowie while playing some of his favourite songs by his late friend.

The playlist included “Art Decade”, “Moonage Daydream”, “Dollar Days” and “Warszawa”

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You can hear the programme by clicking here.

Iggy Pop played:

Boys Keep Swinging
Art Decade
John, I’m Only Dancing (Sax Version)
Black Country Rock
Station To Station
What In The World
Wild Is The Wind
Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
The Prettiest Star (Single Version)
Moss Garden
Panic in Detroit
Dirty Boys
Moonage Daydream
Sound and Vision
Under Pressure
Diamond Dogs
Criminal World
Where Are We Now?
I Can’t Give Everything Away
Stay (US Single Edit)
TVC 15
Young Americans (Single Version)
Golden Years (Single Version)
Aladdin Sane
Dollar Days
Warszawa

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