This is a handsome book and a visual feast for any Stooges fan. It follows our heroes through the initial albums and catches up with them in reunion mode.
If you're after a full biography, you'll probably need another Stooges book or an Iggy book (check out 'Open Up And Bleed' by Paul Trynka) as the text of the book is a bit on the thin side. That said, it does contain some great quotes and some fresh info.
And anyway, it's worth getting as a collection of amazing photos.
This should appeal to anyone with an interest in DJ-ing, hip hop, turntablism and music history. It starts at the beginning and ends at the time the film came out early noughties. Of course, some people will complain that their favourite DJ has been omitted, but it's always going to be the way.
There's also some great extras (many of which feature the very likeable Q-Bert) including some instructional stuff.