Releases Worth Getting December 4, 2012

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Johnny Cash: The Complete Columbia Album Collection

The Dark Knight Rises
The Dark Knight Trilogy
Simpsons: Season 15
Brazil (Criterion Collection)
Ninja Scroll
Mystery Science Theater 3000: XXV
Eastbound & Down: The Complete Third Season

Releases Worth Getting October 11, 2011

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Video Games:
Dead Rising 2: Off The Record

Murs: Love & Rockets 1: The Transformation
Johnny Cash: Bootleg Volume 3: Live Around the World
Calabrese: They Call Us Death
Running Wild: Final Jolly Roger

Green Lantern
Horrible Bosses
Workaholics: Season One
Maniac Cop

REVIEW: Johnny Cash: American VI: Ain’t No Grave

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When we lost Johnny Cash we lost one of the greatest musicians ever and arguably the greatest country artist to live. While most of us thought the post-death American V album was going to be the last we heard from Johnny we were proven wrong. Apparently Johnny Cash is still a badass after death because he’s still able to put out another album. Like a lot of the American series there’s a lot of acoustic stuff, some covers and the grizzled older voice of Johnny Cash. Personally I think he sounded better as he got older, but this album you can hear him struggling in a few places, but that doesn’t take away from it at all. About the only thing I don’t like about this album is the cover, kinda creeps me out, but I’m weird. This album fits great in the collection of the other American Recording albums but this one isn’t as depressing as the previous one, for some reason it seems more uplifting. I for one am glad we got one more Cash album, people should know a good thing when they see it and scoop this one up.

1. Ain’t No Grave
2. Redemption Day
3. For the Good Times
4. I Corinthians 15:55
5. Can’t Help But Wonder Where I’m Bound
6. Satisfied Mind
7. I Don’t Hurt Anymore
8. Cool Water
9. Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream
10. Aloha Oe

Get American VI: Ain’t No Grave from Amazon HERE

Releases worth getting Feb 23, 2010

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The Informant!
Sorority Row
Dead Snow
The Crazies [Blu-ray] (Original)
Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead [Blu-ray]
Night Court: The Complete Third Season
Lock N’ Load with R. Lee Ermey: The Complete Season One


Johnny Cash: American VI: Ain’t No Grave
George Jones: The Great Lost Hits (2CD)
Drag the River: Primer
Leatherface: Stormy Petrel
Alkaline Trio: This Addiction
Andrew W.K: I’m a Vagabond
Andrew W.K.: Close Calls With Brick Walls/Mother of Mankind
Exodus: Shovel Headed Tour Machine
Over Kill: Ironbound
Gang Starr: Mass Appealbest

Weekly Label Profile: Sun Records

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Name: Sun Records
Lifespan: 1952-Current
Web Site:
Notable Releases/Bands: Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty, Howlin’ Wolf, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis
I don’t use the word legendary a lot, but when talking about Sun Records that’s the first word that comes to mind. They’ve had their hand in just about every good artist from the 50′s and are still around pushing out the good stuff. Founded by Sam Phillips in 1952 he gave a lot of these now famous musicians their first break, without Sun Records there wouldn’t be a Elvis Presley or a Johnny Cash as we know them today.

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