The Iggster is in good form here, collaborating with original members of the Stooges on their first new music together in 30 years. The punk icon also teams up with nouveau punks Green Day (on “Private Hell” and “Supermarket”) and Canada’s Sum 41 (on “Little Know it All”). But the inspired pairing is with Peaches, the electro-punk bad girl a.k.a. Toronto’s Merrill Nisker. On and “Rock Show,” Pop ’n’ Peaches try to out-shock one another with shouts of “cock show” and rapping of a generally lascivious nature.