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Iggy Pop Worried About His Integrity (or Is He?) in Fun Ad for His New Album Major label or indie?

It's nice to see Iggy Pop taking a break from lending his music to cruise lines and starring in car-insurance ads to promote something a bit more relevant: his upcoming album, Ready to Die. In the clip below, Iggy mocks his sell-out stature by moaning about the perils of being shackled to a major label. Then we get to see that, shockingly enough, life doesn't get considerably more rewarding when he starts working with a label "from Mississippi or somewhere." It's a pretty endearing spot, one that might not make up for all the rocker's other advertising exploits, but at least makes me curious to know what he's up to these days music-wise. Via Yahoo Music.

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