"White Light/White Heat: The Velvet Underground Day-By-Day" is by far the most comprehensive book on the Velvet Underground ever published. The 400,000-word book covers the group's recording sessions, record releases, concerts, press reviews, and other major events shaping their career with both thorough detail and critical insight. Drawing on about 100 interviews and exhaustive research through documents and recordings rarely or never accessed, it unearths stories that have seldom been told, and eyewitness accounts that have seldom seen print, from figures ranging from band members to managers, producers, record executives, journalists, concert promoters, and fans. Also included are numerous rare photos and Velvet Underground memorabilia. The July 2009 issue of MOJO magazine hails it as "an impressive means to reflect on the conundrum of what could be the ultimate cult band...detailed and anecdote-packed"; Uncut magazine chose it as #4 in its list of the ten best music books of 2009. The revised and expanded ebook edition adds 40,000 words of new information to the original print edition.