To go along with Jeff Meyers' blog item (in B-Roll -- see below) about limey director Julien Temple's upcoming BBC documentary about Detroit and its decline, we thought it worth mentioning that Iggy Pop addressed it in the MT cover story about the Iggy & The Stooges' reunion that ran last October. In fact, the story ended with the Igster bringing it up.
For those with shorter memories, it went like this:
Mr. Pop has spoken... 'Nuff said.
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