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Jeff Safran's Avatar + Posted by Jeff Safran on Mar 29, 2013 // Marketing Manager, Sony Entertainment Network

Yesterday we announced the exclusive music video for Passion Pit’s “Cry Like a Ghost,” featuring almost two minutes of additional footage. Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheibert – collectively known as DANIELS – the video, off their recent album Gossamer, debuted on the Sony Entertainment Network Blog and we’re excited to share it with you here:

You can also get the entire download on new music this week on the Music Unlimited service on the Sony Entertainment Network blog, but here are this week’s highlights:

Lil Wayne – I Am Not A Human Being II

New on SEN 3-29-2013

Lil Wayne returns a little less than two years after the release of The Carter IV, arguably one of Weezy’s most commercially successful albums (by way of hit singles like “How to Love,” and “Mirrors”). As is core to many of his “themed” multi-albums, this one serves as the follow up to 2010’s I Am Not a Human Being, but also features unused material from The Carter III and The Carter IV. With a little more time to concentrate, as opposed to the pre-jail-time production of the last album, Wayne takes his usually rough-around-the-edges lyrical content and turns it up a notch . . . we’ll let you use your imagination on that one.

If You Like: Eminem, T.I., Wiz Khalifa
Recommended Track: “Rich as F**k (ft. 2 Chainz)”

Blake Shelton – Based on a True Story…

New on SEN 3-29-2013

After whetting the appetites of his fans with a Christmas album last year, (even featuring his Mom on one of the tracks) Blake Shelton brings and album full of new material. Just in time for the season premiere of The Voice, where he serves as a celebrity mentor. Before he became a household name on the wildly popular show, he was well-known in the country world with seven other albums under his belt. His bi-coastal life hasn’t jaded the country boy, as he picked songs proudly declaring the big country truths: beer, denim, dusty roads and family. So much family, in fact, that he features his wife Miranda Lambert’s girl-group Pistol Annies on the first track, “Boys ‘Round Here.”

If You Like: Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, Gary Allan
Recommended Track: “Grandaddy’s Gun”

OneRepublic – Native

New on SEN 3-29-2013

While OneRepublic certainly hasn’t been the loudest of bands in their genre, they’ve managed to keep a consistent presence the last six years since the release ofDreaming Out Loud (featuring “Apologize”). Giants like “Stop and Stare,” “Secrets,” and “Good Life,” quietly rumbled to major success through tv/film licensing and radio play. The lead single from Native, “Feel Again,” has also gained traction as the band toured and singer Ryan Tedder continued to be a highly in-demand, GRAMMY winning songwriter and producer (at the helm for Adele, Jennifer Lopez and Beyonce, among others). The band will be spending April overseas, wrapping up in Ireland on April 29th.

If You Like: Maroon 5, Jason Mraz, Fun.
Recommended Track: “If I Lose Myself”

Other Albums Available This Week (3/26/13)

The Strokes – Comedown Machine
Depeche Mode – Delta Machine
Thompson Square – Just Feels Good
Sevendust – Black Out The Sun
Gerardo Ortiz – Sold Out – En Vivo Desde El NOKIA Theatre L.A. Live
Fred Hammond – The United Tenors
Dido – Girl Who Got Away
Wavves – Afraid Of Heights
A Rocket To The Moon – Wild & Free
The Story So Far – What You Don’t See
Hundred Waters – Boreal Remixes
Suicidal Tendencies – 13
Senses Fail – Renacer
Little Green Cars – Absolute Zero
The Milk Carton Kids – The Ash & Clay

New Singles Available this Week (3/26/13)

The Band Perry – “Done.”
Barenaked Ladies – “Boomerang”
50 Cent – “We Up (ft. Kendrick Lamar)”
Jay Sean – “Where You Are”
Wallpaper. – “Good 4 It”
Pistol Annies – “Hush Hush”

On the video side, Presidents, Vice Presidents and Doctors steal the stage in our weekly recap of new releases for the PlayStation Store and the Video Unlimited service.

New on SEN 3-29-2013

Lincoln, the critical-darling from director Steven Spielberg, stars Daniel Day-Lewis in his Oscar winning performance as President Abraham Lincoln. This inspiring and revealing drama focuses on the 16th President’s tumultuous final four months in office as this visionary leader pursues a course of action to end the Civil War, unite the country and abolish slavery. A must-see for all audiences, it’s now available in stunning HD and to rent on the Video Unlimited service.

New on SEN 3-29-2013

Graphic and gritty describes the horror indie The Collection. Elena believes she is the only survivor of a grisly massacre by a masked psychopath. But before she can escape she’s transported to an unknown location and trapped in the killer’s lair. Lock your doors and douse the lights to view this scary flick, now available to rent and to own on your favorite Sony devices.

New on SEN 3-29-2013

From one Academy Award winning presidential performer to another, Hyde Park on Hudson stars Bill Murray as US President Franklin D. Roosevelt. This delightful film looks at one of the most pivotal meetings in history: The first-ever visit of a reigning British monarch to the United States. You won’t want to miss Hyde Park on Hudson’s charming and fresh look at this true historical event. Watch it today!

New on SEN 3-29-2013

In TV, Doctor Who | Season 7, Part 2 kicks off with a new run of adventures as Doctor Who continues his search for his companion Clara – an Impossible Girl he’s already lost twice. This season they will find themselves battling monsters on distant alien planets, trapped in a Russian submarine with a deadly passenger, chasing terrifying ghosts, delving into the heart of the TARDIS, facing the Crimson Horror in Victorian Yorkshire and coming face to face with an army of upgraded Cybermen. The action grows and the Doctor’s oldest secret threatens to be revealed as the season releases on the Video Unlimited service. Make sure to catch up on previous seasons and watch each episode a day after it airs!

New on SEN 3-29-2013

Veep stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Vice President of the United States Selina Meyer who has discovered that the job is nothing like she expected–but everything she was warned about. Follow the whirlwind adventures of Vice President Meyer as she puts out political fires, juggles public and private demands and defends the interests of the chief executive–with whom she shares a uniquely dysfunctional relationship.

Visit the video store on your Sony Entertainment Network compatible devices, or simply visit the Sony Entertainment Network web store, to see all the hot new releases in movies and TV.

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6 Comments

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+ KidCommando on March 29th, 2013 at 7:02 am said:

One of my favorite songs on Gossamer, but the whole album is damn good too!


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+ remanutd5 on March 29th, 2013 at 7:14 am said:

You guys need to get “Inside Combat Rescue” on the video side.


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+ BigDaddyEarl71 on March 29th, 2013 at 9:35 am said:

The Android Music Unlimited App FINALLY got updated last week where I could install it on my Google Nexus tablet. I’d been waiting for months for that to happen and it finally did. Was so happy but after using it for the last week, I’ve found it to be unstable and glitchy. I’ll go to set up a playlist to work offline and some songs and albums will download fine and some will error out. Annoying but I can get past that part but when it starts doubling and tripling the albums and songs it becomes unusable because it won’t let you delete them and you have to start over, then it’s just starts doing it all over again. PLEASE FIX YOUR ANDROID APP!


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+ GooseDaPlaymaker on March 30th, 2013 at 1:11 pm said:

I thought they discontinued the Video Unlimited service? Can someone explain, please?


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+ JimmyNEUTRON413 on April 1st, 2013 at 8:43 pm said:

#3, I have the SAME problem on my NEXUS 7…so I tried it on my Android Based HTC phone, and same thing…Pretty glitchey


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+ JimmyNEUTRON413 on April 1st, 2013 at 8:45 pm said:

#4, I’m not positive, but I think they call the new movies up for rent “Video Unlimited” section…they ended the old “Video Unlimited” app, but now they call the movie section “Video Unlimited”


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