If you have any interest at all in punk rock and/or graphic art, this is a treasure trove. Hundreds of iconic 45 sleeves from the early days of punk (19777-1980) lovingly reproduced on high quality paper in actual size (7" x 7").
I felt nostalgic at all the singles I used to have (That one! And that one!) but sold off during some lean years. Surprisingly, I still have many (Delta 5, Mo-Dettes, etc) that weren't so sought-after. My copy of Young Marble Giants' "Final Day" is in much better condition than the copy reproduced here, but no matter. Most have seen the wear and tear of 30+ years of turntable action.
In addition to all the lovingly-reproduced sleeves are excellent essays interspersed throughout with designers like Jon Savage and the Sex Pistols' iconic logo and sleeve designer Jamie Reid. Also essays from artists themselves, like Richard Hell.
Plenty to see, plenty to read.
I can't recommend this book highly enough.
You can't go wrong with anything from Soul Jazz, and they've really topped themselves this time!