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Monster Mix

I WANTED A WAY TO BRING THE FUN OF THE 2 DISC PARTY MIX PACKAGE TO YOU AT A LOWER PRICE, WHILE ADDING SOME NEW CUTS NOT ON THE ORIGINAL SET. IT ONLY TOOK ME 20 YEARS TO FIGURE OUT THAT THERE ARE SOME OTHER HOLIDAYS BESIDES CHRISTMAS. AND HALLOWEEN IS MY MOST FAVORITE. EVERY YEAR I THROW A BIG INTERGENERATIONAL PARTY FOR FAMILIES ON MY FARM AND THAT’S WHAT INSPIRED ME TO "DO TO HALLOWEEN WHAT I’VE DONE TO CHRISTMAS"   

Someone To Watch Over Me

Susan Boyle's third album, 'Someone To Watch Over Me,' sees Susan and world acclaimed producer Steve Mac reunited to present a sensational and contemporary album that will span the generations. Featuring breathtaking renditions of 'Unchained Melody' and 'Both Sides Now', Susan fearlessly takes on iconic songs 'Enjoy The Silence' and 'Mad World' giving them a new identity. Original material includes 'This Will Be The Year' by Emeli Sande and Naughty Boy with Josh Kear and 'Return' by Steve Mac and Wayne Hector. The album heralds a new era of music for Susan Boyle. New material and classics combined with a variation of tempos from the ethereal to the dramatic, the music is stripped back and showcases the voice the world fell in love with. Susan's song choices were inspired by the life stories and inner most thoughts from people who wrote letters to her from around the globe.   

Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Volume 2

Just in time for the holidays, Glee brings joy to the world with the release of Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Volume 2. The Glee holiday cheer is spread with the cast's own festive renditions of such Christmas staples as "Little Drummer Boy", "Let It Snow"and "All I Want For Christmas Is You". Especially poignant is the Glee cast's interpretation of Band Aid s 1984 hit "Do They Know Its Christmas?," which raised money to benefit famine relief in Ethiopia and sold 1 million copies in its first week. New cast members, Lindsay Pearce, Alex Newell, and Damian McGinty, from the wildly popular show The Glee Project are featured on "Do You Hear What I Hear?" and "Blue Christmas", along with fellow discovery Samuel Larson accompanying the Glee cast on "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town".   

The Muppets

Don't miss out on the soundtrack to the ALL-NEW movie event of the holidays..."The Muppets". Jam-packed with music, the movie has all of the Muppets performing classic and new songs that you will love to experience over and over again...including "Rainbow Connection," "Mahna, Mahna," "Muppet Theme Song" and more! Plus, newly recorded songs written by Bret McKenzie (Flight of the Conchords) like "Man or Muppet" featuring Jason Segel and Peter Linz, "Life's A Happy Song" and "Me Party" performed by Amy Adams and Miss Piggy.   

Hits Are for Squares

Sonic Youth began way back in 1980 in the downtown disaster unit of NYC. First three records (Sonic Youth, Confusion is Sex, Kill Yr Idols) began in 1981 on the Neutral label started by Glenn Branca. They then signed to Gerard Cosloy's Homestead imprint releasing Bad Moon Rising and the Flower/Halloween 12" to universal intrigue and acclaim. They switched labels to release records (Sister, Evol) on SST, the Southern California label overseen by Greg Ginn of Black Flag. Concurrently they established a relationship with Paul Smith and Blast First Records in the UK co-releasing the Homestead and SST titles and culminating with the massive end of the decade double LP Daydream Nation, since added to the National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress.   

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