The first half of the soundtrack to 's is a cobbled-together collection of songs that really have little to do with the movie (something that had become the norm during the latter half of the '80s). It doesn't seem to be so blatantly an attempt to spin off radio hits. The second half is a four-part which fits the taut, suspenseful plot well as composer merges electronics with Japanese instrumentation to good effect.
This 18-track compilation of previously released versions of Rolling Stones' nuggets is a little longer than earlier attempts at the same concept such as 1998's Cover You: A Tribute to the Rolling Stones (with which it shares four tunes) and 2005's skimpy 11-cut Wild Horses: A Rock and Roll Tribute to the Rolling Stones (only one duplicate from that), but it's not markedly better…
Black Gives Way to Blue is the fourth studio album by the American rock band Alice in Chains, released in September 2009. It is their first record without singer Layne Staley, who died in 2002. It instead features new vocalist and rhythm guitarist William DuVall. It is the first Alice in Chains album released on Virgin Records and their first venture away from Columbia, who handled all of their previous releases. The album was certified gold by the RIAA on May 26, 2010, with shipments exceeding 500,000 copies and has sold 1 million copies worldwide.
Virgin Atlantic: Up in the Air is a new documentary series which goes behind the scenes of the colourful airline in its turbulent 30th year in business. With full and exclusive access, the series follows staff at all different levels of the business, from Richard Branson, and the Chief Exec to new cabin crew recruits and the boys in the warehouse, as the company rolls out a new plane, new uniforms and new people – and tries to get back in the black.
With the release of Visions Of Eden in 2006, Virgin Steele had changed direction, playing a somewhat gloomy and melancholic style of epic metal. The album was keyboard heavy with guitars taking a back-seat to the vocals and keys of David DeFeis. The Black Light Bacchanalia followed and offered the same style of music, but with guitars being far more prominent. Nocturnes Of Hellfire & Damnation comes 5 years after and changes things again. It is yet another great album to add to their already impressive discography.