- Sony Entertainment Network Marketing Manager Jeff Safran
is here with the new Music and Video Unlimited releases for this weekend today, as follows:
This week, the Music Unlimited
service features new releases
including Slaughterhouse and Alanis Morissette, as well as new albums from Minus The Bear, Martin Solveig, Nick Cave, Blake Shelton, and Passenger.
Also, make sure to check out our brand new Trey Songz - Artist Picks Premium Channel ! Trey hand-picked some of his favorite tracks, including classic Jay-Z, Young Jeezy, Michael Jackson and D'Angelo.
These and more can be found intertwined with his own hit songs like "Bottoms Up," "Can't Help But Wait," and "I Need a Girl." Find it now in the Premium Channels section of the Music Unlimited service.
In this week's new releases, experience the modern take on a classic fairytale – Snow White and the Huntsman.
Also, in Rent Now, don't miss Battleship and catch the pilot of the new NBC show, The New Normal, now before it airs later this fall. In Collections & Sales, get more $5 movies in Own $5 Films featuring comic book movies this week.
For just 5 bucks, own great flicks like Assassin's Creed: Lineage, Dragon Age: Redemption, and Ultimate Avengers in SD. Also, Doctor Who seasons 5 and 6 go on sale in anticipation of the season 7 premiere on the Video Unlimited service on Sunday, September 2. Get all the details here.
Featured New Releases
Slaughterhouse - welcome to: OUR HOUSE
This collective is a full house indeed, with the foundation of Crooked I, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz & Royce da 5'9" opening the door to several house guests in this massive album. This group's second studio album and major label debut on Shady Records includes participation from their label "landlord" Eminem, not only as a featured artist but producer on several of the tracks.
Other features include AraabMuzik and Alex Da Kid on Production and Cee Leo Green on "My Life," and Swizz Beatz on "Throw it Away." The welcome mat has been put down, c'mon in and make yourself at home.
If You Like: Eminem, Bad Meets Evil, Snoop Dogg
Recommended Track: "Hammer Dance"
Alanis Morissette - Havoc and Bright Lights
Alanis Morissette is one of those rare, omnipresent artists, one that has enjoyed tremendous success and name recognition, trailblazing a style of music with an undeniably distinct sound.
It hardly feels like four years since her last album, "Flavors of Entanglement," as she has remained a fixture within pop culture, but she now returns with "Havoc and Bright Lights," tapping her previous albums producer and writing alongside Frou Frou guitarist, Guy Sigsworth. The tone of Morissette's new tracks may have shifted, but her lyrics remain as blunt as ever, even when speaking to recent happiness such as a new husband and baby boy.
If You Like: Tori Amos, Fiona Apple, Sarah McLaughlin
Recommended Track: "Celebrity"
Other Featured Albums Available This Week [8/28/12]
Minus The Bear - Infinity Overhead
Romeo Santos - Formula Vo. 1 (Deluxe Version)
Dierks Bentley - Country & Cold Cans
Art Garfunkel - The Singer
TobyMac - Eye On It
Martin Solveig - Smash
Dan Deacon - America
Wild Nothing - Nocturne
Matthew Dear - Beams
Nick Cave - Lawless: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Blake Shelton - Pure BS (Deluxe Edition)
Harry Shearer - Can't Take a Hint
Jim Gaffigan - Mr. Universe
I AM WAR - Outlive You All
Kitten - Cut It Out (EP)
Passenger - All the Little Lights
Coming Up Next Week [9/4/12]
Matchbox Twenty - North
Imagine Dragons - Night Visions
Melissa Etheridge - 4th Street Feeling
Two Door Cinema Club - Beacon
Animal Collective - Centipede Hz
Cat Power - Sun
Deerhoof - Breakup Song
The Sheepdogs - The Sheepdogs
Smash Mouth - Magic
Young Guns - Bones
Two Gallants - The Bloom and the Blight
Propagandhi - Failed States
Jens Lekman - I Know What Love Isn't
California Wives - Art History
Rod Stewart - Mercury Anthology
Metronomy - Late Night Tales: Metronomy