BUCKCHERRY: '15' MVI Due Next Week

BUCKCHERRY's "15" LP will be made available available in MVI format on November 20 via Atlantic Records. The "15" MVI includes: the full album featuring portable music files for every song, videos for "Crazy Bitch", "Everything" and "Next 2 You", exclusive bonus tracks (live versions of "Crazy Bitch", "Everything" and "Next 2 You"), wallpapers, buddy icons, create-your-own mixes and ringtones, lyrics, photo gallery and other bonus material.

To pre-order the "15" MVI, click here.

Released in April 2006, "15", the Los Angeles-based rock outfit's third album, has proven a triumph, spending a remarkable 82 weeks on the Billboard 200 on its way towards RIAA platinum certification for sales exceeding 1 million units. The CD has sold 867,000 copies in the United States to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

"Crazy Bitch" — which earned BUCKCHERRY a Grammy Awards nomination in the "Best Hard Rock Performance" category — caused a sensation upon its initial release last year, reaching #2 at Mainstream Rock and #3 at Active Rock. A number of further rock radio hits followed, including "Next 2 You", "Broken Glass", and "Everything". The singles have all blown up online, with cumulative digital sales now approaching 1 million.

Upcoming BUCKCHERRY shows:

Dec. 29 - Winnipeg Convention Center - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Dec. 31 - Saskatchewan Credit Union Center - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Watch BUCKCHERRY's video for the song "Broken Glass":

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