Well I have better things to do with my time Virex cya...
It's a good thing JD doesn't have thread-ratings. . .
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30 second snippets of all of the songs are here for the Pearl Jam Lost Dogs CD...
Eh...I guess there is a reason a lot of these songs were not on the regular CD's. Some of the stuff is cool but some of it needs to grow on me a bit
Pearl Jam fans can see a trailer of the Live at the Garden DVD here
Get a box of 'Alien' films on DVD
By Mike Snider, USA TODAY
The Alien invasion will go beyond theaters when a monstrous nine-disc Alien Quadrilogy box set arrives Dec. 2.
Over the weekend, Alien returned to theaters on 347 screens, bringing in a modest $1.04 million. The re-release was designed to draw attention to next month's DVD release of the original movie that made Sigourney Weaver a star in 1979, plus its three sequels.
The $99.98 set includes versions of the four Alien films not yet seen on home video:
•Alien can be watched in the original version or the new director's cut now playing in theaters.
• The 1986 sequel, Aliens, is available on DVD for the first time, with director James Cameron's special edition as well.
• Alien 3 (1992) has more than 30 minutes of new footage.
•Alien Resurrection (1997) has alternate opening and ending scenes.
Each movie also has its own accompanying disc of extras, and the ninth disc has a new interview with Alien director Ridley Scott. Scott and Weaver, who starred in all four films, also take part in a new commentary on the film.
One creature feature sure to pique fan interest: A multi-angle study of the "chest-buster scene," in which a hatched alien emerges from the stomach of Kane (John Hurt).
"Some of the background anecdotes and information about the shoot and setup — particularly (actress) Veronica Cartwright's reflection on the shock of getting soaked in jets of blood — are the type of thing that really sets DVD apart as an entertainment format," says Peter Staddon, senior vice president of marketing for Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
In total, the Alien Quadrilogy set has about 45 hours of previously unseen material. On Jan. 6, the films will be available individually on DVD for $26.98 each.
Methinks you did some cautious editing before posting...
Beatles Anthology Volume One Disc One
Beatles Anthology Volume One Disc Two
Beatles Anthology Volume Two Disc One
Beatles Anthology Volume Two Disc Two
Beatles Anthology Volume Three Disc One
Beatles Anthology Volume Three Disc Two