New Kid Rock + The Expendables 2 and More are the Sweet Releases for November 20, 2012
Since 1996 3 Doors Down has been rocking and to celebrate that is 3 Doors Down The Greatest Hits. From 'Kryptonite' to 'Loser' to the disc celebrates 16 years of rocking from the band hailing from Mississippi.
The first digitally available release from the Australian rockers comes out today. As well as 'Live at River Plate' marking their first digital release the entire AC/DC catalog is now digitally available as well. Actually want this in your hands? It's out on CD and vinyl as well.
Out today on vinyl is one of two reissues on vinyl from Iron Maiden. This limited edition vinyl also has some pretty killer art. Highly suggested to get the other re-issue limited edition of 'Iron Maiden' to go with it!
Iron Maiden's killer album 'Iron Maiden' has a Thanksgiving week reissue on vinyl. Like the other Iron Maiden limited edition vinyl out today it features kick ass artwork and of course badass rock 'n' roll. Looking for even more? Number of the Beast was reissued on vinyl on October 16, 2012.
Out just before Kid Rock performs during the Thanksgiving Day halftime game is 'Rebel Soul'. He'll be performing Thanksgiving Day at the Lions game against the Texans. the people of Detroit previously made a petition to keep Nickelback out of their city, and away from their football.
One of the greatest bands of all time has one of the greatest selection of versions of their release of Celebration Day. Want the basic version? Grab the dual CD version. Want to go all out? Get the Led Zepplin 'Celebration Day' 2 CD plus DVD and Blu-ray disc set.
Linkin Park has 'Living Things' out on white vinyl today featuring 'Lost in the Echo' and 'Burn it Down". If you dig vinyl and Linkin Park check out this version of their fifth studio album.
Payable on Death or P.O.D. has their eighth studio album now available on limited edition color vinyl featuring 'Lost in Forever' and the title track 'Murdered Love'.
Out on DVD and Blu-ray today is The Expend ables 2 with more Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis this time. Of course the rest of the cast kicks ass with Sylvester Stallone, Chuck Norris, Liam Hemsworth, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Randy Couture and Jet Li. Even if you didn't see The Expendables, which you should, check out this bad ass movie.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with grandma checking out some Quentin Tarantino with this 8-film set. From Pulp Fiction's 'Royale with cheese' to Reservoir Dogs' fight over who gets to be what color you won't be disappointed. Of course there's also Both Kill Bill movies for your pleasure and the just purely awesome movie Inglourious Basterds. It wouldn't be complete without Kurt Russell and his ride in Death Proof. If grandma isn't into the violence in Death Proof there's always True Romance as Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette get mixed up with the mob. To round it off there's the phenomenal directing and production of Jackie Brown.