In this episode Neko and I review the documentary "Slave Trade: How Prince re-made the music Industry". We learn a little more about one of the most talented musicians who not only had some insight in what was to come but was just as naive when it came to his brand.
Speaking of the music industry, Bruce Dickenson talks about why Iron Maiden held onto their latest album for 2 years and Noobs sounds off on why what Bruce says is important when it comes to illegal downloading.
We also give our reviews of "Malignant" and some may find it a surprise how we felt about it and then in our Retro Dvd Movie Vault pick Neko selects "Step Brothers" with Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly.
Special thanks to Stentor PR, Qabar PR, Grand Sounds Promotion, Hardlife Promotion, Markus Eck of Metal Message, Music Records, and Inverse Records for selected tracks this week.
Fear Factory- Millinenum (Killing Joke Cover)
DJ Anubis- Intro
Manowar- Kingdom Come
IronSword- Overlords of Chaos
Reverend- Scattered Wits
Hooded Menace- Blood Ornaments
Drift into Black- Among the Beast
Sorrow- Eternally Forgotten
Dharma- Seven Buddhas Sin Eradication Dharani
Aborted- Drag Me to Hell
Dickless Tracy- Dawn of the Living Dead
Spirit Bomb- When Police Riots
October Changes- The Puppet Factory
Pink Floyd- Brian Damage/Eclipse
Brainstorm- Escape the Silence
Korrosive- Hijo De Puta
Putrevore- Vortex Devourer
Muertissima- Rist and Fight
Dead Shape Figure- The Phantom Deceit
Mortal Sin- Mayhemic Destruction
Poltergeist- Behind the Mask