The original "King of Rock / Punk" is back with a vengeance. Known for his signature brand of unadulterated Detroit rock, Iggy Pop made a name for himself in the early 70s along with help from the unruly jam-band The Stooges (which boasts the talents of founding member /guitar wizard Ron Asheton) . Sadly, Mr. Pop and The Stooges decided to part ways in 1973 after their collaboration on the critically adored Raw Power. one would assume that the men have finally settled all artistic differences and other disputes reuniting on 4 brand spanking new tracks (including the 70s throwback "Here Comes the Summer" and the disc's title track). Though to draw our attention away from the fact that they're back for onLY 4 tracks, Iggy Pop looks to some of his friends in the recording industry for a little bit of assistance. Wannabe punk revivalists/self-proclaimed Pop fanatics Green Day and Sum-41 make an attempt at transforming Iggy into an idol for the adolescent crowd again by bringing a bit of teen spirit to one track each ("Private Hell" and "Little Know It All", respectively). If this sounds like far too much testosterone for you; Caucasian, female rapper Peaches graces listeners with her appearance on a couple tracks (including "Rock Show") proving that women definitely know a thing or two about getting down and dirty.