This 2012 slipcase box rounds up Alanis Morissette's five studio albums for Maverick Records – Jagged Little Pill, Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie, Under Rug Swept, So-Called Chaos, and Flavors of Entanglement – all presented as mini-LPs in cardboard sleeves. This represents Alanis' popular and creative peak, and this box is an easy, affordable, attractive way to get them all at once.
Today, Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings released Bruce Springsteen: The Album Collection Vol. 1 1973-1984, a boxed set comprised of remastered editions of the first seven albums recorded and released by Bruce Springsteen for Columbia Records between 1973 and 1984. All of the albums are newly remastered (five for the first time ever on CD) and all seven are making their remastered debut on vinyl. The seven albums are recreations of their original packaging and the set is accompanied by a 60-page book featuring rarely-seen photos, memorabilia and original press clippings from Springsteen’s first decade as a recording artist. Acclaimed engineer Bob Ludwig, working with Springsteen and longtime engineer Toby Scott, has remastered these albums, all newly transferred from the original analogue masters using the Plangent Process playback system.
The perfect cast can be the key to the overall success of a film. In Hollywood, with more than 290.000 registered and non registered actors, one of the most efficient casting systems in the world has evolved."This is a big business. People are not going to risk an investment of 80 Million $ and cast someone who is not right for the part." sayst Donna Morong (Vice president of casting, Disney) and puts the legend casting couch straight.
While undergoing therapy for his problem, a serial killer continues his murderous sprees. This oddball movie has an interesting plot: a psychopath commits murders between appointments to see his psychiatrist, taunting police with phone calls before each murder. Williams (best known for his 1950s sci-fi roles) is quite good as the killer, and Knight does her usual good acting job as the psychiatrist's assistant and the love interest. This film captures the mood of the early 1960s quite well but is nearly defeated by the harshest, most shadowy use of set lighting I've ever seen. Interesting conclusion takes place in a hospital, with–naturally–bright blinking lights.