Weeks after their initial reunion gig was canceled due to the East Coast blackout, the one and only Stooges returned to the Motor City to deliver a historic rock moment that can now be enjoyed on DVD thanks to Creem magazine and MVD Music Video. Presented in both 5.1 Dolby Digital and DTS tracks (along with an additional stereo option), the band's scorching set has been expertly transferred for pure rock enjoyment in a home-theater setting. Recorded professionally by a multi-camera crew, the show is presented here in a 1.33:1 full-frame picture that is crisp and clean, with enough vein-filled zoom shots to please even the most die-hard Iggy Pop fanatic. Extras on the disc include an New York City in-store appearance, where the three original members slam through ten songs with drummer Scott Asheton relegated to truly one of the most pared-down drum kits in their history (possibly where its "legendary" status comes from). Other bonuses include a subtitle option masquerading as a special singalong feature, where you, too, can be a rock star while accompanying four tracks from the concert. A section of Mike Watt's journal has also been supplied, with the spastic bassist himself recounting in voice-over the night of the reunion as it went down through his eyes on-stage. A stills gallery acting as a Creem archive awaits you as well, with vintage clips from the legendary magazine covering the entire history of the band. While it could never capture the true magic of the night (it surely doesn't do justice to the roar of the crowd), Iggy & the Stooges: Live in Detroit still makes for a fine testament to a night where rock & roll ruled supreme and a few boys from Michigan finally got the hometown welcome they deserved.