It's worth the money for the last two tracks alone. James Williamson proves what a great guitarist he is and Iggy continues to sing about things that are important to him now, not fifty years ago. That's why Iggy is such an important artist. He chronicles his life so honestly and there's absolutely no pretence or playing to the gallery. Their tribute to Ron Asheton is beautifully understated but is also so warm and heartfelt. You have to admire these guys. This level of honesty after so many years makes us desk jockeys look downright pale.