After the disbanding of the band Creed, the three former members, Tremonti, Marshall and Philips felt they had some unfinished business together. Setting up the band Alter Bridge, together with guitarist Myles Kennedy, they continued their more hard rock/metal sound with the Blackbird album.
Celebrating the 10th Year Anniversary of this chart topping album, it's now available on limited edition red coloured vinyl with the etched D-side included.
Ingenious of its albums titles, the industrial metal pioneers Ministry released another great (live) album in 1990. In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up is only six songs long, but delivers big time for each of them! It was declared as one of the "500 Greatest Rock & Metal Albums Of All Time" by the Rock Hard magazine's book.
The Australian band Men At Work debuted with the album Business As Usual, immediately skyrocketing in the charts of 1981. This vinyl version is wrapped in the original black and white (Australian) jacket. A definite feast to ears and eyes!
On the At The Movies label, we present you the new album for Mozart In The Jungle season 3. The album is filled with classical highlights by Beethoven, Mozart, Schubert, Bizet and more, including fantastic performances by soprano Ana Maria Martinez. Out now on limited edition green coloured vinyl.
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The 2007's Blackbird marked the creative launch of Alter Bridge, the follow-up project to Rock radio's favorite Creed. After Creed's demise Mark Tremonti, Scott Phillips and Brian Marshall teamed up with singer Myles Kennedy, and formed Alter Bridge as an outlet for their creative energy.
In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up is a live album by the band Ministry. The album was originally released in 1990 and contains the live show performed in Merillville on February 22, 1990. The album is six songs long, but delivers big time for each of them. The energy, the maniacal chaos and an order under the surface of this chaos.
The operatic overtones of Mozart In The Jungle Season 3 are mirrored on the soundtrack, with the spotlight shining on soprano Ana María Martínez. She performs several tracks on the soundtrack including a duet with Plácido Domingo on "La ci darem la mano" from Mozart's Don Giovanni.
The series was, again, nominated for 2 Golden Globes in 2017.
Business as Usual by Men At Work was one of the highest selling Australian albums in the early 80s, with 6 million copies sold in the US and 15 million sold worldwide. The first single "Who Can It Be Now?" was a strong top 3 hit single, but the second single "Down Under" became a monster hit and reached the number 1 spot in several charts around the globe.