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When Katie began sharing her original songs, which were about her first high-school breakup, it felt, according to Allison, "super visceral." "People always ask us, 'Oh, can you guys read each other's thoughts? If she gets hit in the arm, can you feel it?'" Allison says. "We can't, obviously, but there's a level of synchronicity that's more emotional. I feel very attached to what happens to her. Something in our blood contributes to that. We share the same DNA, so we respond to things similarly a lot of the time."
After their first two albums, The Stooges (1969) and Fun House (1970) were released to little commercial success, The Stooges were in disarray: they had officially broken up, bassist Dave Alexander was fighting alcoholism , and singer Iggy Pop 's heroin addiction was escalating prior to the intervention of David Bowie . Pop later recalled, "Very few people recognized the quality of the Stooges' songwriting, it was really meticulous. And to his credit, the only person I'd ever known of in print to notice it, among my peers of professional musicians, was Bowie. He noticed it right off."  Pop relocated to London , having signed on as a solo artist to MainMan Management  (who also handled Bowie) and Columbia Records . In London, Pop was to write and record an album with James Williamson , who had joined The Stooges as a second guitarist in late 1970. After they couldn't find a suitable English rhythm section, Williamson suggested that former Stooges Ron Asheton and Scott Asheton fly over and participate in the recording sessions. Although he was the band's founding guitarist, the elder Asheton reluctantly switched to electric bass .