Iggy Pop Prepping 'Til Wrong Feels Right' Collection of Lyrics, Photos, Memorabilia and Essays

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Iggy Pop and Post Pop Depression performs during Cal Jam 18 at the San Manuel Amphitheater on Oct. 6,2018 in San Bernardino, Calif. 

Iggy Pop is prepping a career retrospective book entitled 'Til Wrong Feels Right that will highlight lyrics from more than 100 of his songs along with photos, memorabilia and previously unseen notes from the punk godfather.   

The book is due out on Oct. 1 from Penguin Random House, which describes it as offering Pop's "insight into his creative world–with the complete lyrics for 100 songs brought to life by full-color photos, his own memorabilia, never-before-seen notes, short essays by Iggy, and commentary from other music legends–from T. Rex’s Mark Bolan to Blondie’s Debbie Harry."

The 288-page hardcover book will retail for $35 and can be pre-ordered here. The publisher explains that the book coincides with the "50th anniversary of the first and eponymous The Stooges record, this new book will bring together for the first time his selected lyrics, beautifully illustrated with artwork, photos and complete with his and others’ reflections on a genre-defining music career. With an introduction and context from Iggy, the book is published as a full color hardback.”

While fans wait, Pop can soon be sen in cult director Jim Marmusch's zombie comedy The Dead Don't Die (June 14), which co-stars Bill Murray, Tom Waits, Tilda Swinton, RZA, Adam Driver, Selena Gomez, Danny Glover, Steve Buscemi and more.