New on Music Unlimited and Video Unlimited

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New on Music Unlimited and Video Unlimited

Featured New Releases

Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Read the highlights and browse new albums below.


SEN Update 11-8-2013

A brand new Eminem album. . . do we need to say more? How about that the rap legend summoned guest appearances by Kendrick Lamar, Skyler Grey, Rihanna, Sia & Fun.’s Nate Reuss.

The official Call of Duty: Ghosts Soundtrack featuring 35 original scores composed by David Buckley, who also wrote for games like Metal Gear Solid & movies like The Town.

Avril Lavigne’s latest album, the first on Epic Records (under mentor L.A. Reid) and which during recording she met her now husband, Chad Kroeger (from Nickelback).

A new EP from Tech N9Ne, a nice treat for fans as it closely follows his summer release, Something Else.

New Albums Available This Week, 11/5/13

EminemThe Marshall Mathers LP 2

David BuckleyCall of Duty: Ghosts Soundtrack

Avril LavigneAvril Lavigne

Tech N9NeTherapy: Sessions with Ross Robinson

Céline DionLoved Me Back to Life

David BowieThe Next Day Extra

The WantedWord of Mouth

M.I.A. – Matangi

James BluntMoon Landing

Scott StappProof of Life

Brian TylerThor: The Dark World Soundtrack

Cut CopyFree Your Mind

Sky FerreiraNight Time, My Time

LatyrxThe Second Album

TennisSmall Sound


Night Terrors Of 1927Guilty Pleas EP

New Singles Available This Week, 11/5/13

Lady Gaga“Dope”

Britney Spears“Perfume”

Leona Lewis“One More Sleep”

A Great Big World“Say Something (ft. Christina Aguilera)”

Broken Bells“Holding On For Life”

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SEN Update 11-8-2013

In this week’s New Release Recap we showcase a couple “family” adventures with Grown Ups 2, We’re the Millers and the epic action thriller 2 Guns. Plus, from now until November 24th, for every $20 you spend on video content , you get $5 credit back! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to stock up on your favorite movies and TV shows before the holiday season begins.

SEN Update 11-8-2013

The funny foursome of Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock and David Spade are at it again and this time they brought along some exciting new additions in Grown Ups 2. After moving his family from the always busy city of Los Angeles to his hometown, Lenny (Adam Sandler) finds out that between old bullies, new bullies and wild bus drivers, sometimes crazy follows you.

David Clark (Jason Sudeikis) finds himself in a sticky situation in the laugh out loud comedy We’re the Millers. In order to make amendswith his supplier, played by The Office and Hangover series star Ed Helms, he must become a big-time smuggler and bring in the latest shipment from Mexico. Join in on his adventurous road trip with his makeshift family, “the Millers” including a cynical stripper (Jennifer Aniston), a streetwise teen (Emma Roberts) and a wannabe customer (Will Poulter). Buckle up because the fun is just getting started.

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In need of some action and suspense? Look no further than2 Guns,featuring the star-studded duo ofAcademy Award-winner Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg. In this flick the two play undercover operatives who are forced to go on the run together after a failed attempt to take down a drug cartel. Get ready to be at the edge of your seat from the time you hit play until the closing credits.

SEN Update 11-8-2013

Remember, remember the fifth of November. Watch the action/thriller V for Vendetta, featuring Academy Award-winning actress Natalie Portman, all over again and enjoy the newly added Extras.

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Lastly, catch-up on the entire drama taking place in Miami Beach in Magic City – Season 2 as Ike Evans risks everything to rid his Miramar Playa Hotel of the mob and Ben “The Butcher” Diamond.

SEN Update 11-8-2013

Make sure rent this week’s Theatrical Throwdown Winner, G.I. Joe Retaliation for only 99₵ SD or $1.99 HD in the PlayStation Store this weekend, now until Sunday night 11:00 PM PDT. Also, visit the video store on your Sony Entertainment Network compatible devices, or simply access the Sony Entertainment Network web store to watch all the latest new releases in movies and TV shows in order to get $5 credit back for every $20 you spend!

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  • First.

    glad to see updates. Enjoy this service. 2 Things, first. Simple, as everyone says…please suppoMP3/mp4/cds on ps4.

    second. please tweak the screensaver on munlimited. 5 Minutes is to long and it resets at anything. Please add a much shorter timer. And maybe different screensaver backgrounds, simisimilar to what the ps3 does when you play an audio cd

    still a subscriber. Still happy. Just throwing so hopes and dreams out there.

  • I agree with @1. Also bundle 3D movies with SD, HD formats like I get when I purchase the blu ray.

  • Where is minor threat albums or anything done by crass. You at Sony must hate on us punkers. Don’t give me we got green spew and blink one eighty sh#$. “We’re just a minor threat!”

  • PS4 NEEEEEEEEDS .MP3, Audio CD, and DLNA support announced like NOW.

  • You guys didn’t mention (The) Melvins’ new album. I’m disappointed.

  • I think what discouraged me from Using movies is the Sluggish UI. If that can be addressed. Oh well I have the PS 4 anyways.

  • Audio CD, MP3, DLNA, External HDD support, before I even begin to consider any services through my PS4.

    Thank you in advance (I’m aware this is being discussed/explored, I’m adding my voice of support to the pot).

  • @1 @4 @7 are right! This isn’t microsoft so please dnt take more stuff from us that we already had give us more features and less limit and we”ll be satisfied knowing that #greatness awaits

  • I’ve just seen this and decided to check out the Movies section on the PSN store (i.e. the PS3 console’s equivalent of Video Unlimited) and I’ve noticed that there is now the function to check you’re network speed when viewing the details of any particular movie, this subsequent recommends whether you should select HD or SD.

    Excellent. But what screen resolution am I buying if I select “HD” or “SD”? There is not a general statement anywhere on PSN or Video Unlimited, nor is it specified in the screen that details a movie’s HD and SD file size and audio formats (whereas if I buy a game it will state for example “HDTV screen resolution: 720p).

    I’m hoping that “HD” means all movies are in 1080p, or at least this is applicable for the most popular movies.

    Can you please update PSN and Video Unlimited with a general statement for your consumers and/or movie specific screen resolution information (i.e. 1080p, 720p, 576p) ?????????????

    I look forward to your response.

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