© 2005, Image Entertainment.
VARIOUS ARTISTS: ROCKIN' THE CORPS (2005)
Image Entertainment MPM-2736-2 (USA, 9/6/2005)
02. Godsmack - Awake (5:31) - Erna
03. Godsmack - Whatever (7:36) - Erna/Rombola
04. Godsmack - I Stand Alone (4:03) - Erna
05. Ted Nugent w/Godsmack - Cat Scratch Fever (4:57) - Nugent
06. Ted Nugent w/Godsmack - Stranglehold (5:21) - Nugent
07. Richie Sambora - Livin' On A Prayer (6:47) - Bon Jovi/Sambora/Child
08. Richie Sambora - It's My Life (4:58) - Bon Jovi/Sambora/Martin
09. Richie Sambora - Wanted Dead Or Alive (5:20) - Bon Jovi/Sambora
10. Hootie & The Blowfish - Only Wanna Be With You (4:28) - Bryan/Felber/Rucker/Sonefeld
11. Hootie & The Blowfish - Hold My Hand (4:39) - Bryan/Felber/Rucker/Sonefeld
12. KISS - Detroit Rock City (5:07) - Stanley/Ezrin
13. KISS - Love Gun (5:31) - Stanley
14. KISS - Rock And Roll All Nite (7:21) - Stanley/Simmons
15. Evolution of a Marine (Original Score) (3:36) - Brown/Proffer
01. Theatrical Trailer
02. Evolution of a Marine
03. Ted Nugent - Star Spangled Banner
04. Producer Interviews
05. Richie Sambora - Wanted Dead or Alive
06. Rehearsal/Behind The Scenes
07. Ted & Sully, Marines For A Day
08. KISS - Rock And Roll All Nite
09. Public Service Announcement
The theatrical release of "Rockin' The Corps" premiered June 26 in Washington, D.C., at an event hosted by "Rockin' The Corps" founder Joseph E. Robert, Jr. On Monday, June 27, special screenings were held on 150 screens in 75 top markets throughout the United States at Regal, Edwards and United Artists theatres as part of their Big Screen Concert series through their national Cinemedia division. A one-year broadcast initiative began over the July 4th holiday weekend on the prominent HD Networks, iN Demand, with subsequent television broadcasts, both free and pay-per-view, which is expected to continue interest in this special enterprise.
"There was a tremendous energy at this concert, with performances that brought down the house," said Barry Gordon, senior vice president of worldwide programming of Image Entertainment. "We're expecting a strong response to this DVD because it is a great show, and an even greater show of support for our troops." The show was organized by Support The Corps, a non-profit organization founded by Joseph E. Robert, Jr., CEO of the J.E. Robert Companies and a renowned Washington, D.C.-based businessman and philanthropist. Mr. Robert reached out to legendary media leader Quincy Jones and Kerzner International executive Jerry Inzerillo who brought in music and film producer Spencer Proffer and music manager Doc McGhee to produce the event. The show was shot with 12 cameras in high-definition and was also transmitted to U.S. military bases around the world on the American Forces Network.
"Our team took an opportunity to put this together in order to support the continuing effort that our troops are making on all of our behalf," said producer Spencer Proffer. "The DVD and CD from Image Entertainment will let us share the magic, spirit and excitement of that evening with people all over the world." A portion of the proceeds will be used to support the event and residual amounts will go to the charities via Support The Corps, Inc., a tax exempt, non profit corporation. The recipients will be those entities listed on the STC website, www.SupportTheCorps.org, which are Marine Corps Community Services, The Marine Corps Law Enforcement Foundation, The Marine Corps Scholarship Fund/Foundation, Spirit of America's Marines Fund and the U.S. Marine Corps Heritage Foundation."