...because we have some new releases at MOV to get this one started!
We begin with the Original Soundtrack of Beat Street Vol. 1. This is considered one of the most important movies for introducing Hip Hop to modern culture and is filled with ground breaking breakdancing battles and parties.
We released the Original Soundtrack of Sausage Party, one of the most controversial movies of 2016. The Soundtrack includes music by Meat Loaf, Wham!, Spandau Ballet, The Isley Brothers and Hungry Eyes by Eric Carmen.
Next we have two new album releases. The newest album Chris De Burgh's A Better World is the first album release by Chris De Burgh at MOV and a must have for every folk music fan.
The other new album release Neptune by the promising new band Tall Heights is considered a one to watch. The band recently toured with José Gonzales and received positive feedback from the audiences.
We travel back in time as well with the re-issues of The Ray Charles Story volume 1 by blues and rhythm musician Ray Charles. The album includes the world popular track 'I've Got A Woman' and furthermore popular sounds by the man.
The Suicidal Tendencies released an album that's a great addition to the band's collection at MOV; The Art Of Rebellion.
And to close this edition we have the re-issue III Sides to Every Story by the Boston funk-metal band Extreme.
Enjoy your weekend,
The MOV crew
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June 1st 2016 saw the 30th anniversary of the release of Chris de Burgh's album Into The Light. This was the album that established Chris as a true worldwide superstar. The album sold in excess of 8 million copies and included the iconic single 'The Lady In Red', which reached number 1 in 47 countries. 30 years later Chris is releasing his 26th studio album - A Better World.
Beat Street is an American 1984 drama film featuring New York City hip hop culture of the early 1980s, breakdancing, DJing and graffiti. There are several performances in the movie, notably from established early hip hop groups, Grandmaster Melle Mel & the Furious Five, Doug E. Fresh, Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force and the Treacherous Three.
Sausage Party is a brand new animated movie about one sausage's quest to discover the truth about his existence; a misplaced sausage and his savory friends embark on an existential adventure through the aisles of a massive supermarket in this raunchy animated comedy from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Includes tracks by Wham! Meat Loaf, Spandau Ballet, Eric Carmen, Jr Jr, Three Dog Night & Isley Brothers.
III Sides To Every Story (1992) is the third album by the Boston funk-metal band Extreme. The album is structured as a concept album in three sections labeled as "sides" — a play on the notion of "different sides to a story" and that of "sides" of a vinyl album. The sides, mentioned in the song "Cupid's Dead" as "three sides to every story" are named "Yours", "Mine" and "The Truth", and each features a distinct musical style and lyrical imagery.
The Art of Rebellion is the sixth studio album by American crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies, originally released in 1992. The album maintains its position as the band's most commercially successful studio album to date, and the songs "Nobody Hears" and "I'll Hate You Better" have the distinction of being the only top 40 hits in Suicidal Tendencies' career.
Ray Charles Robinson was a top vocal star, songwriter, leading jazz piano player and composer. He was sometimes referred to as "The Genius" and was also nicknamed "The High Priest of Soul". This compilation features some of his best songs from his early Atlantic years.
Neptune is a far lusher construct than earlier Tall Heights acoustic albums — along with pristine and emotive vocal harmonies, there's subtly chugging electric guitar and a spare descending bassline on "Iron in the Fire," ethereal synthesizers and a spacious drum part on "Spirit Cold," a brittle splash of percussion to open "Backwards and Forwards" and feedback created by two cellphones on "Cross My Mind."