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Woody Guthrie: This Land is Your Land

This first volume in the historic reissues of Woody Guthrie’s Smithsonian recordings is one of the finest. The folk legend’s voice and verbal brilliance were at their peak in the 1940s, and songs like “Do-Re-Mi,” “Jesse James” and “Jesus Christ” continue to influence songwriters many decades later.

The Cars: Complete Greatest Hits

This is a collection of 20 of The Cars’ most popular tracks between 1978 and 1987. This quintessential new wave band produced a unique sound clearly shows with the opener and classic “Just What I needed” and many other tracks, including “My Best Friend’s Girlfriend,” “Good Times Roll,” “You’re All I Got Tonight” and “Moving in Stereo.”

The Dick Van Dyke Show

Trip into the living room of comedy writer Rob Petrie (Dick Van Dyke) along with his lovely wife Laura (Mary Tyler Moore), his wisecracking co-workers and his nutty neighbors. Consistently ranked among the top TV comedies of all time and renowned for its top-notch cast and stellar writing, this groundbreaking series is presented fully restored and uncut!

The Run of His Life: The People v. O. J. Simpson

The definitive account of the O. J. Simpson trial, “The Run of His Life” is a prodigious feat of reporting written by one of the foremost legal journalists of our time, Jeffrey Toobin. First published less than a year after the infamous verdict, Toobin’s nonfiction masterpiece tells the whole story, from the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman to the ruthless gamesmanship behind the scenes of “the trial of the century.”

The Very Best of Chubby Checker

This is a must-have collection for any Chubby Checker fan, packing chart-topping dance hits such as “Let’s Twist Again,” “Pony Time,” “Limbo Rock,” “Slow Twistin'” and “The Twist,” which topped the charts in 1960 and again the following year (the only recording to reach No. 1 during two separate chart runs) and can still be heard on dance floors today.

Sin City

Straight from the pages of Frank Miller’s hip series of graphic novels, Bruce Willis stars as a cop with a bum ticker and a vow to protect a sexy stripper (Jessica Alba); Mickey Rourke as an outcast misanthrope on a mission to avenge the death of his one true love (Jaime King); and Clive Owen as Dwight, the clandestine love of Shellie (Brittany Murphy), who spends his night defending Gail (Rosario Dawson) and her Old Town girls from a tough guy (Benicio Del Toro) with a penchant for violence.