152 pages. Legendary rock photographer Chuck Krall (Creem, Rock Scene, Rolling Stone) opened his archive to Ugly Things including rare and unseen photos from the 1970s (the Ramones, Bo Diddley, Arthur Lee, the Dead Boys, Flamin' Groovies, Link Wray and more), and also shares his remarkable story. There are also feature stories on Florida '60s garage gods We The People, Aussie proto-punk hard rockers Coloured Balls, mercurial blues guitar master Michael Bloomfield, New England '60s teen crazies Rasputin And The Mad Monks, obscure UK new wavers the Kameras, and cult private press psych/hard rock band Seiche. And look for the expansive, mind-bending interviews with Cleveland proto-punk legend Craig Bell (Mirrors, Rocket From The Tombs), eccentric pop genius Brute Force, Wally Bryson (Raspberries), and the late Don Grady (My Three Sons, Yellow Balloon). All this and more, including the eagerly pored over review sections covering the latest reissues and rock-related books.