New Music and Video Unlimited Releases for September 7, 2012
Sony Entertainment Network Marketing Manager Jeff Safran is here with the new Music and Video Unlimited releases for this coming weekend today!
Below are the details, to quote: This week, the [Register or Login to view links] service features new releases from Matchbox Twenty and Imagine Dragons, as well as new albums from Melissa Etheridge, Animal Collective, Cat Power, Deerhoof, Two Gallants and Propagandhi.
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Featured New Releases:
Matchbox Twenty - North
Just shy of a full decade since "More Than You Think You Are," Matchbox Twenty sets the soundtrack for all of our lives once again with, "North." Amidst Rob Thomas' substantial rise as a solo artist and the start-and-stops of touring and album rumors, the band stitched itself back together and began a steady process of recording their 4th studio effort.
Not straying too far from the sound that propelled them, the familiarity will most certainly strike a chord with the fans that grew up with them and reel in younger listeners who haven't had the chance yet.
If You Like: Counting Crows, Goo Goo Dolls, R.E.M.
Recommended Track: "I Will"
Imagine Dragons - Night Visions
In what is certain to be one of the marquee developing artist stories of the year, Imagine Dragons joins the ranks of bands like Fun. and The Lumineers as an undeniable "dark horse;" injecting themselves through commercial placement and relentless touring before we even knew what hit us.
So far, this band seems to have the most longevity to them, already getting noticed for "Demons," and kicking off the album release pointing to "Amsterdam," another song rock fans are sure to gravitate towards while taking an interesting tone thanks to the production efforts of hip-hop legend Alex Da Kid.
If You Like: The Killers, The Airbourne Toxic Event, AWOLNATION
Recommended Track: "Amsterdam"
Other Featured Albums Available This Week 9/4/12
Two Door Cinema Club - Beacon
Melissa Etheridge - 4th Street Feeling
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
Coming Up Next Week 9/11/12:
DMX - Undisputed
Dave Matthews Band - Away From The World
Bob Dylan - Tempest
The Avett Brothers - The Carpenter
Little Big Town - Tornado
David Guetta - Nothing But the Beat Vol. 2
Lewis Black - In God We Rust
Reba McEntire - Reba McEntire
Daddy Yankee - Prestige
The Raveonettes - Observator
Calexico - Algiers
Jonny Greenwood - The Master: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
David Byrne & St. Vincent - Love This Giant
BLAQK AUDIO - Bright Black Heaven
The Helio Sequence - Negotiations
Hoobastank - Fight or Flight
Sean Hayes - Before We Turn To Dust
The Presets - Pacifica
Kix Brooks - New to this Town