Punk pioneers The Stooges found recording their first album in 33 years tough, because inter-band rifts from their 1970s heyday resurfaced. Frontman Iggy Pop reunited with brothers RON and SCOTT ASHETON for the LP. He tells Billboard, "Some of it is exciting and some of it is scary, and I don't care to go over there. But at the end of the day, I know these guys. I don't know anybody else quite that way." The new album is the group's first since RAW POWER in 1973.