Featured New Releases
Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Read the highlights and browse new albums below.
- The latest from the pop diva Lady Gaga with production by Zedd & Rick Rubin alongside guest features from T.I., R. Kelly & more.
- A deluxe version of Lady Antebellum’s 2012 album, featuring six new songs, including the new single, “Compass.”
- New “best of” retrospectives from The Killers (ft. the new single, “Shot at the Night”) & Keane.
- Mariah Carey’s brand new single, “The Art of Letting Go,” the title track from her forthcoming new album.
New Albums Available This Week, 11/2/13
Lady Gaga – Artpop
Lady Antebellum – Golden (Deluxe)
The Killers – Direct Hits
Keane – The Best Of Keane
Tamar Braxton – Winter Loversland
Anthony Green – Young Legs
Lamb Of God – As The Palaces Burn (10th Anniversary Edition)
Alejandro Sanz – La Musica No Se Toca En Vivo
Less than Jake – See the Light
EA Games Soundtrack – SimCity
Lucho Gatica – Historia De Un Amor
Jewel – Let it Snow
Inside Llewyn Davis – Inside Llewyn Davis: Original Soundtrack Recording
Kellie Pickler – The Woman I Am
Bun B – TRILL O.G. “THE EPILOGUE”
New Singles Available This Week, 11/12/13
Mariah Carey – “The Art Of Letting Go”
Pitbull – “Timber”
Jenni Rivera – “Dos Botellas De Mezcal”
Dido – “NYC”
KIDZ BOP Kids – “Roar”
Action packed – that’s the best way to describe this week’s New Release Recap! Henry Cavill shines on the big screen as the latest actor to dawn the uniform of Superman in the new movie Man of Steel. Plus, Bruce Willis and the gang are back for more high-octane action with a hint of comedy in RED 2.
The Video Unlimited service just got a whole lot more heroic with the release of Man of Steel. As a young boy from small town Kansas, Clark Kent learns that he has extraordinary powers and a past not of this Earth. As a young man, all he wants is answers. Why was he sent to Earth? Where does he truly come from? But once he puts on the cape the true question becomes will Superman be the symbol of hope for all mankind. You definitely won’t want to miss this epic action packed film from acclaimed director Zack Snyder!
CIA agent Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) reunites with his unlikely team of elite operatives in RED 2. The mission: head out on a global quest to track down a missing nuclear device. To succeed they’ll just need to survive an army of assassins, ruthless terrorists and power-crazed government officials. They may be outgunned and outmanned, but with their cunning wits and old-school skills they may just have what it takes to save the world.
They’re at it again! Simon Pegg and Nick Frost team up with director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) in the entertaining and hilarious thrill ride that is The World’s End. It’s been twenty years since their first epic pub crawl attempt, but the “five musketeers” have reunited in their hometown to complete the ultimate challenge – one night, five friends, twelve bars. They soon realize that reaching The World’s End may be the least of their troubles, after a bizarre series of encounters with the out-of-this-world locals. Before they headed out on their beer addled quest they were ready to take on the world… but are they ready to save it?
If you can’t make it to Las Vegas this Saturday, Nov. 16th for UFC 167 LIVE, we’ve got you covered. You can catch all the action happening in the octagon through the Sony Entertainment Network Live Events Viewer
Ashton Kutcher is Steve Jobs, the iconic Apple innovator and ground-breaking entrepreneur, in the new film Jobs. This inspiring film chronicle Jobs early days as a college dropout through to his rise as the co-founder of Apple Computer Inc. and eventual forced departure from the company. After more than a decade away from the company, Jobs returns and single-handedly sets the course to turn the once-tiny startup into one of the world’s most valuable companies.
Acclaimed HBO series Treme returns with for its third season. Diminished by grief and loss, the post-Katrina New Orleans’ faithful unite in the face of incompetence, graft and a murder prosecution.
Make sure rent this final week’s Theatrical Throwdown Winner, Pain & Gain [link to Pain & Gain sale] 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, right in the comfort of your own home.
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