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Jack Black and Kyle Glass, better known as Tenacious D, bring you a history making, world shaking soundtrack that will rock your very soul. The theatrical release of PICK OF DESTINY is November 17, 2006, until that day, we must properly prepare with the self proclaimed "greatest album in the world." Features the single "POD (Pick Of Destiny)." Initial pressings will have a 3D cover.
Jack Black and Kyle Glass, better known as Tenacious D, bring you a history making, world shaking soundtrack that will rock your very soul. The theatrical release of PICK OF DESTINY is November 17, 2006, until that day, we must properly prepare with the self proclaimed "greatest album in the world." Features the single "POD (Pick Of Destiny)." Initial pressings will have a 3D cover.
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Format: CD
Label: SNY
Catalog: 94891
Rel. Date: 11/14/2006
UPC: 827969489123

The Pick Of Destiny
Artist: Tenacious D
Format: CD
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Jack Black and Kyle Glass, better known as Tenacious D, bring you a history making, world shaking soundtrack that will rock your very soul. The theatrical release of PICK OF DESTINY is November 17, 2006, until that day, we must properly prepare with the self proclaimed "greatest album in the world." Features the single "POD (Pick Of Destiny)." Initial pressings will have a 3D cover.

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''The Pick of Destiny'' is the second album by the American hard rock band Tenacious D, the soundtrack for their film of the same name. The album was released on November 14, 2006 through Epic Records, and debuted at number eight on the ''Billboard'' 200.

''The Pick of Destiny'' is the band's first studio release in five years, following up their 2001 self-titled debut, ''Tenacious D''. The album was produced by the Dust Brothers' John King and features appearances by Meat Loaf, Ronnie James Dio, and Dave Grohl.

Another album, ''More Rocktastic Music from the Film'', contains the score music that the soundtrack excludes. - Wikipedia

Well, it's been seven years since the HBO show and five years since the novelty album with "Wonderboy" and "Tribute." Perfect timing for a major Hollywood motion picture! That said, it's hard to count Jack Black out of anything, and he's definitely at his best counterbalanced by (relatively) straight man Kyle Gass.

        
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