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New TV on DVD releases this week

by Bob Sassone, posted Sep 17th 2007 6:10PM

Boston LegalHere are the new TV DVDs, in stores tomorrow.

  • Ballykissangel - Season 6 and The Complete Collection
  • Blade: The Series - House of Chthon
  • Boston Legal - Season 3
  • Brothers & Sisters - Season 1
  • The Bullwinkle Show - The Best of Rocky & Bullwinkle, Vol. 2
  • Casper - Vol. 1
  • Corner Gas - Season 4
  • Everybody Loves Raymond - Season 9
  • Family Guy - Vol. 5
  • Ghost Whisperer - Season 2
  • The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy - Season 1
  • Jekyll - Jekyll
  • The Johnny Cash Show - The Best Of The Johnny Cash Show (Deluxe)
  • Josie and the Pussycats - Complete Series
  • Married... with Children - Season 7
  • Masters of Horror - Sounds Like and The Washingtonians
  • Smallville - Season 6
  • Stargate: Atlantis - Season 3
  • Superman (Animated) - Doomsday
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Season 1, Vol. 2
  • Upright Citizens Brigade - Season 2

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Kermit gets all depressed and sings - VIDEO

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 31st 2007 2:20PM

KermitHere's a rather disturbing video (after the jump) of Sesame Street veteran Kermit The Frog singing about all of the people who have left him, the horrible life he's had, and Miss Piggy. This isn't "The Rainbow Connection," folks. This is Kermit doing an acoustic version of the Nine Inch Nails song "Hurt" (also covered by Johnny Cash). Kermit has hit rock bottom. This episode has been brought to you by the letter D, which stands for depressing.

I never really noticed this before, but if you close your eyes and listen closely, Kermit sounds a lot like Neil Young.

(Warning: NSFW...especially if your W is touchy about felt puppets masturbating and taking drugs.)

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See that Johnny Cash video

by Adam Finley, posted Nov 13th 2006 3:02PM
johnny cashIf you've missed the video for the late Johnny Cash's song "God's Gonna Cut You Down," you can watch it in all it's sucktackular glory here. No offense to Johnny Cash, who deserves every modicum of respect he receives plus a million, but this video is exactly what I thought it would be: a bunch of mediocre musicians and Hollywood stars emoting for the camera. Granted, we do have a couple appearances by venerable musicians like Keith Richards and Brian Wilson, but the whole "tribute video" concept just feels forced and ingenuous to me. And really, why does there need to be a music video for a Johnny Cash song, anyway? Cash's music is meant to be played on an old record player while you smoke cigarettes and drink whiskey until the woman who done left you disappears into that fog bank called memory. Everyone knows that, it's the first thing you're taught in elementary school.

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Johnny Cash video debuts tomorrow on several networks (plus his San Quentin appearance)

by Adam Finley, posted Nov 8th 2006 6:22PM

johnny cashThe music video for the late Johnny Cash's song "God's Gonna Cut You Down" will debut tomorrow evening on CMT, MTV and VH1. It will first appear during the CMT Top 20 Countdown from 4 pm to 7 pm. Later that evening, it will air on both MTV and VH1 at 11 pm. The video will also debut tomorrow on the Web sites for all the aforementioned channel, as well as on MTVU.com and Urge, MTV's music service.

Several musicians and actors will appear in the video, including Iggy Pop, Chris Rock, Dennis Hopper, Patti Smith, Johnny Depp and the Dixie Chicks. Justin Timberlake helped with the concept of the video, which to me is like having a two year old paint a tribute to Leonardo DaVinci, but whatever. As much as they're hyping this video, I think simply popping in a copy of American V: A Hundred Highways and listening to the track is a better option than watching the video.

However, you should tune into CMT at 8pm tomorrow night to catch a re-airing of Johnny Cash in San Quentin, the 1969 film that covered his famous and controversial performance.

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Highwaymen DVD out soon

by Adam Finley, posted Sep 22nd 2006 7:04PM
highwaymenThe CMT documentary about the country group the Highwaymen titled American Revolutions: The Highwaymen will be out on DVD on September 26. The group consisted of country music legends Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Kris Kristofferson. Their last recording was made in 1994, and this documentary, shot by producer Don Was, chronicles that time with an inside look at the recording process. The documentary will also be rebroadcast on CMT on September 25 at 10 pm. Normally I never watch CMT, but I have a penchant for old time country music, so I'll probably be checking this one out.

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Another Idol controversy?

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 24th 2006 7:00PM
It seems every season we have enough American Idol scandals (or possible scandals) to keep the tabloids and message boards busy full-time. Now comes word that Idol finalist Chris Daughtry - praised for his original take on Johnny Cash's "I Walk The Line" - might have actually ripped off the style and the arrangement from a 2001 version of the song by the group Live. And Simon actually praised Daughtry for "being himself."

Who knows if this is really a "scandal" or just a matter of Daughtry knowing of the Live version of the song and wanting to do that style of song instead of the Johnny Cash-like version.

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Phoenix, Witherspoon nominated for CMT award

by Anna Johns, posted Mar 19th 2006 9:40AM
reese witherspoon joaquin phoenix cmtJoaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon technically didn't make a music video together, but they're nominated for an award all the same. The stars of Walk the Line released an album of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash songs along with the movie last fall. One of the songs, Jackson, was also made into a music video and got a nomination for best collaborative video from the Country Music Television Awards. The music video is just clips from Walk the Line.

The CMT Awards air live on April 10.

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