Featured New Releases:

Jimi Hendrix - People, Hell & Angels 

After his death in 1970, Jimi Hendrix has been experienced almost as much as or more than during his lifetime thanks to an invested interest in gathering the recordings he was actively working on. While many of the posthumous releases include re-mastered or live versions of album tracks, People, Hell & Angels features 12 un-released tracks intended to be the follow up to Electric Ladyland. While we may never know exactly what his plans were, the tone of the album and the structure of the songs give insight to the creative direction Hendrix was headed and gives us an opportunity to celebrate his talent even 43 years after his death. Want more Jimi Hendrix? Check out our Artist Rewind: Jimi Hendrix Channel featuring songs across his entire catalog now!

If You Like:   The Doors, Santana, Pink Floyd
Recommended Track: “Somewhere”

Luke Bryan - Spring Break . . . Here To Party

Country party-boy Luke Bryan is back with the 5th installment of his Spring Break series, which he has launched during March every year since 2009. The tracks are pretty standard fare, including titles like “Buzzkill,” “If You Ain’t Here to Party,” “Sorority Girl” and “Cold Beer Drinker.” He may be in his 30’s with two kids, but this dad knows how to kick off a party right, with a country flare.

If You Like: Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, Kenny Chesney
Recommended Track: “Shore Thing”

How to Destroy Angels_ - Welcome Oblivion

Trent Reznor, best known as the frontman for Nine Inch Nails, has never kept himself inside a box. The group’s massive success just propelled Reznor further, exploring collaborations with artists like Marilyn Manson and Queens of the Stone Age, as well as creating the critically acclaimed, GRAMMY and Oscar winning soundtrack to The Social Network. Reznor’s sound has become a benchmark for the digital age, exploring the sounds and scapes of electronic influence. Welcome Oblivion has a similar tone, although this time including female vocals from his wife, Mariqueen Maandig. Alongside creative collaborator Atticus Ross & art director Rob Sheridan, How to Destroy Angels gives NIN fans a familiar taste with a fresh perspective.

If You Like:   Nine Inch Nails, Deftones, Godspeed You! Black Emporer
Recommended Track:  “Hold On”

Other Albums Available This Week [3/5/13]

Michael Buble – “It’s a Beautiful Day (single)
Brad Paisley – “Beat This Summer (single)”
Rhye - Woman
Youth LagoonWondrous Bughouse
Kate Nash - Girl Talk
The Replacements - Songs For Slim
3OH!3 – “BACK TO LIFE (single)
Various Artists - Dim Mak Greatest Hits of 2012, Vol. 3
The Lovely Bad Things - The Late Great Whatever
They Might Be Giants - Nanobots
Marcus Canty - This is Marcus Canty EP
Cold Specks - When The City Lights Dim
Son Volt - Honky Tonk
Brooke Waggoner - Originator
Chris Medina - Letters To Juliet

Coming Up Next Week [3/12/13]

Various Artists  Sound City – Real to Reel
Bon Jovi – What About Now
David Bowie – The Next Day
Mindless Behavior - All Around The World
The Airborne Toxic Event – The Secret
Spring Breakers – Spring Breakers (Official Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Megan Hilty – It Happens All The Time
Prodigy – Albert Einstein
Devendra Banhart – Mala
Lana Del Rey - Burning Desire
Biffy Clyro – Opposites
Blood Diamonds - Barcode
Wild Belle - Isles
The Virgins – Strike Gently
Leslie Grace – Day 1

One Response to “New Releases on the Music Unlimited service (3/5/13)”


Mar 6, 2013

Kate Nash i love that song very much

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