Avengers: Age of Ultron: The heroes are back along with a few new members, and this time they face off against the evil Ultron.

Dive into the Marvel Cinematic Universe with these movies: The Avengers, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

The Gambler: Mark Wahlberg plays a gambling addict who needs to finish one more big game to stay out of trouble.

Wahlberg has also headlined these movies: The Fighter, Ted

Insidious Chapter 3: The series gets a prequel that shows how a psychic tries to help a young girl who’s being, for lack of a better term, haunted.

Get caught up with the first two installments: Insidious, Insidious Chapter 2

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Here are some of the exciting new releases available on Video Unlimited. Watch now:


22 Jump Street (Plus Bonus Features): Jenko and Schmidt are going to college, and that means Spring Break! Get the hilarious sequel starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill along with an exclusive bonus feature.


Let’s Be Cops (Plus Bonus Features): When a Halloween gag goes too far, two slacker friends discover that pretending to be cops may not be as awesome as they thought. Plus, get an exclusive interview with the cast and crew talking about making the movie.


Into the Storm (Plus Bonus Features): Watch a small town become the target of an unprecedented number of tornadoes in a single day. Then go behind the scenes as the cast and crew talk about bringing this intense movie to life.


A Most Wanted Man: The late Philip Seymour Hoffman stars in this spy thriller based on the novel by John Le Carré.


American Dad | Season 10: The Smiths are back for even more madcap comedy, full of family and political drama.

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Make your headphones happy with these new releases on Music Unlimited. Listen now.


Stalley, Ohio (Explicit)

Flight Facilities, Down To Earth

Leighton Meester, Heartstrings

Sam Hunt, Montevallo

The Who, Who Hits 50

Flaming Lips & Fwends, With a Little Help From My Friends

Black Veil Brides, Black Veil Brides

Adlib, The Highway

Yusuf / Cat Stevens, Tell ‘Em I’m Gone

Natural Numbers, Natural Numbers in Dub

Chris Tomlin, Love Ran Red

Apollo Brown, Blasphemy

Sage, In Between

Grouper, Ruins

Rancid,…Honor Is All We Know (Deluxe Edition)

KISS, Love Gun DLX

T.I. , Paperwork (Deluxe Explicit)

Jessie Ware, Tough Love (Deluxe)

Kiesza, Sound Of A Woman

Logic, Under Pressure (Deluxe)


“Soul Food,” Big K.R.I.T. feat Raphael Saadiq

“This Is Not A Game,” The Chemical Brothers feat Miguel

“KTown Riot,” Far East Movement

“Do Not Disturb,” Teyana Taylor feat Chris Brown

“Beg For It,” Iggy Azalea feat MØ

“Often,” The Weeknd

“In Your Arms,” Nico & Vinz

“Vampires,” Ryan Adams

“Drinking Class,” Lee Brice

“Adios (English Vers) ,” Ricky Martin

“Treat Me Like Fire,” LION BABE

“Love Me Harder,” Ariana Grande and The Weeknd

“Centuries,” Fall Out Boy

‘Limos,” Vince Staples feat Teyana Taylor

“Nu-World,” Re Dupre

“Lips Are Movin,” Meghan Trainor

“Feels Like Vegas,” Tinashé

“Smile,” Mikky Ekko

“All I See,” Bondax

“Numbers,” Hoodie Allen

“Anything Goes,” Florida Georgia Line

“Neu Law,” Theophilus London

“Never Catch Me (feat. Kendrick Lamar) ,” Flying Lotus

“U KNOW,” Prince

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Earlier this month, Music Unlimited went back to Red Bull Studios in London with a handful of up-and-coming U.K. artists, including Breton, JAWS and former Bloc Party frontman Kele. We brought back videos of the amazing performances and exclusive interviews from the event, which you can watch right here.




Head over to the Music Unlimited YouTube page for more.


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Alien Isolation: Friday Night Gamers

It’s Friday Night Gamers time, and following its release last week, this weekend is all about Alien Isolation!

Country New Releases, Mid-Oct. 2014

Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Toby Keith, Blake Shelton – not simply a list of the biggest country names, but a list of artists with new tracks to check out on Music Unlimited. Don’t miss new material from The Swon Brothers and Mickey Guyton.

Introduction To Power Pop

Coined by Pete Townshend to define the British invasion sound, power pop is highly melodic, Beatles-crazed rock style full of crunchy guitar riffs, soaring harmonies and undeniably catchy hooks. Perfected by Big Star and Badfinger and popularized by Cheap Trick and the less proggy side of ELO, power pop has mingled with new wave, punk, 1990s alternative and indie rock. Some dabble in it while artists such as Matthew Sweet, The Smithereens and Fountains of Wayne have built careers around it.

Slipknot’s KNOTFEST Festival

Since its inception in 2012, Slipknot’s KNOTFEST has become a three-day, multi-stage event focusing on some of the heaviest music made on Earth. This year’s event in Southern California features of course our fearless heroes, Slipknot, but Danzig, Anthrax, Carcass, Napalm Death, Killswitch Engage, Five Finger Death Punch and plenty of other amp-destroying bands from around the globe.

West Coast Hip-Hop Classics from GTA V

Highlights from the Grand Theft Auto V West Coast Classics radio channel. Featuring artists like Dr. Dre, 2Pac & Ice Cube.

New Releases, Late Oct. 2014

Perhaps our most eclectic mix of new material ever – dig into new songs from Gwen Stefani, Cold War Kids, Neil Diamond, Yusuf (formerly Cat Stevens), Logic and the explosive combo of Miley Cyrus and The Flaming Lips on their cover of “Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds.”

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Wolverine, Storm and the rest of the mutant contingent helped X-Men: Days of Future Past jump into this week’s top spot. Reigning champ, A Million Ways to Die in the West, just came up short, but was looking back at Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow in the third place.

Looking for a family friendly option? Go on an exciting time traveling adventure with a boy and his genius dog in Mr. Peabody & Sherman. Then after the kids are fast asleep, head out for a laugh out loud road trip with a woman and her hard-drinking grandmother with the newly released comedy, Tammy.

As you can see, this week’s #VUTop10 has something for everyone.

  1. X-Men: Days of Future Past   
  2. A Million Ways to Die in the West
  3. Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow
  4. Transformers: Age of Extinction
  5. Neighbors
  6. The Purge: Anarchy
  7. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods – Uncut
  8. Mr. Peabody & Sherman
  9. Tammy (Plus Bonus Features)
  10. Godzilla

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We’re offering discounts on the latest episodes of 9 of our most popular television series on PlayStation store, including hit shows like The Walking Dead and Sons of Anarchy. Our Fall TV Sale is happening from now until October 30, 2014.


Sons of Anarchy | Season 7

Sons of Anarchy is an adrenalized drama with darkly comedic undertones that explores a notorious outlaw motorcycle club’s (MC) desire to protect its livelihood. The MC must confront threats from drug dealers, corporate developers, and law officers. Behind the MC’s familial lifestyle is a ruthless and illegal arms business driven by the seduction of money, power, and blood.


The Walking Dead | Season 5

AMC’s original series The Walking Dead returns. The intense season finale left Rick and the group outgunned, outnumbered, and trapped in a boxcar awaiting a grim fate. Season 5 weaves together the true motives of the people of Terminus with the fate of the group’s lost members and the hopeful prospect of a cure in Washington, D.C. New conflicts and obstacles arise in keeping everyone together and staying alive.

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Here’s this week’s PlayStation Store update.


Operate hidden machinery, evade hazards and demolish blocks with your mighty headbutt in Escape Goat 2 for PS4.


Fight your way to glory in Battlefield 4™ Premium Edition, including the full game and five digital expansion packs with tons of new multiplayer content and more at a great price. Get this highly anticipated bundle now for PS3 and PS4.


Pre-order The Crew™ for PS4 today and receive early unlocks of the Mini Cooper S, BMW Z4 sDrive35is, and Dodge Ram SRT 10. Also get 10,000 bonus Crew Credits for your wallet.

PS4 users can also pre-order Resident Evil Revelations 2 – Complete Season and get access to Raid Mode Stage Pack as a PlayStation® pre-order exclusive bonus.

See the full PlayStation Store update here.

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Starting tomorrow, you’ll never have to worry about missing an episode of your favorite TV show with the new Season Pass feature on Video Unlimited and PlayStation®Store (PS Store).

Season Pass makes it easier than ever to purchase entire seasons of your favorite shows, including current seasons with episodes that haven’t released yet. The feature launches tomorrow on PlayStation®3 (PS3™) and PS Store online via the web and mobile, with PlayStation®4 (PS4™), BRAVIA TV’s and Blu-ray Disc™ players1 support coming soon.

Simply click the “Buy Season” button to purchase all existing and future episodes in the season and they will be added to the “My Videos” section of your PlayStation®Store (PS Store) or Video Unlimited account.


To help us celebrate the launch of the Season Pass feature, we’re offering special discounts on full seasons of our most popular TV series including The Walking Dead. Full season promotional prices for The Walking Dead begin at $5.59 for SD 2, so make sure to check out PS Store starting October 30 3 for specific details and stay current or catch up to anything that you’ve missed!

1 Season pass will be available on 2013 or later Sony BRAVIA televisions and Blu-ray Disc players.

2 Promotional offer and prices may vary.  Check your region for specific promotional offers. 

3 Promotion ends November 17.

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1970s radio had it all – Strutting classic rockers and sensitive singer-songwriters.

Disco was born and so was punk (put them together and you get post-punk).

Devo was suddenly on the airwaves and so was John Denver. Debbie Harry and Helen Reddy stormed the singles charts.

Pink Floyd and Bowie were huge and so were Leo Sayer and any singer who was named Kenny – Kenny Rogers, Kenny Loggins and Kenny Rankin.

There was also a big strain of 1950s nostalgia to the ‘70s, which resulted in Happy Days, “Crocodile Rock,” American Graffiti, Neal Sedaka making a deserved comeback and Paul Anka making a less deserved one. People sang along to “day the music died” way back in 1959 then Elvis Presley ungracefully passed away in 1977.

Socially and politically, it was a time of libertine grooving, grim paranoia and urban decay. The best way to illustrate this dichotomy is to look at the 2 faces of Tony Orlando & Dawn – the upbeat party vibe of TOD’s Prime Time gives way to ennui and the dark, pensive dread and bitter introspection of TOD’s He Don’t Love You.

Listen to it all on Music Unlimited’s 1970s Hits channel.

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