HINDER has just announced an over-the-top deluxe CD package that has to be seen to be believed. The Oklahoma hard rockers will be releasing their new album, All American Nightmare, on 12/7 and they’re offering an “Ultimate Fan Experience” for $2995 which includes, among other things, a private acoustic performance, 3 days/2 nights hotel accommodation at The Palms Hotel and Casino, and 2 tickets to the Adult Entertainment Expo 2011. For fans that can’t be in Vegas for the partying, Hinder are also offering 3 other VIP fan experiences priced at $999, $749, and $499. All of the details for the smaller packages and “Ultimate Fan Experience” can be found at this link.
Hinder “Ultimate Fan Experience” Deluxe Package:
* 2 Passes to a Private Intimate Acoustic Performance by Hinder on Friday, January 7, 2011 at The Villa At Palms Place (performance will be limited to 100 people)
* 3 Days / 2 Nights Hotel Accommodation in Las Vegas at The Palms Hotel and Casino (airfare and ground transportation not included)
* Meet ‘n Greet and Photo Op with Hinder Band Members
* 2 Tickets to the Adult Entertainment Expo 2011
* 2 Exclusive Hinder Gift Bags including Autographed Deluxe CD, Autographed 2-Sided Poster, Hinder Flask, Vinyl and Hinder VIP Commemorative Las Vegas Laminate
* A Chance to Win 2 Tickets to the 2011 AVN Awards Show on Saturday, January 8th
* On-site Host(s)
All American Nightmare is available for pre-order now and will hit stores on 12/7
When summing up the rest of the Cincinnati Bengals 2010 season, “Blackout” seems pretty appropriate. Most storied NFL franchises have a long history of winning. In Cincinnati, the Bengals might put together one winning season per decade. The fans are tired of the poor play on the football field and spoke loudly this week with their pocketbook. Many did not attend the Bengals – Bills game this afternoon. It was the first time in over seven years that a Bengals game did not sell out. The end result was a TV “Blackout”. The game could not be viewed within a 75 mile radius of Cincinnati.
I was thankful that I didn’t watch the Bengals get beat 1-7 (now 2 -8) Bills. I have a feeling that “Blackout” is something that Bengals fans are going to hear a lot for the three remaining home games in 2010 and beyond. Perhaps it is time for the Bengals to change their customary “Welcome the Jungle” theme song from Guns N’ Roses, to the Scorpions “Blackout”. It would certainly be more appropriate.
The clip below is the Scorpions performing “Blackout” live in Japan in 1984. A cool song like this would sound great in an NFL stadium wouldn’t it?!