Wal-Mart Brings Us The Most Beautiful Media Player Of All Time

Jul 25th, 2008 // 4 Comments

dontstopbelievin.jpgThe ZVUE company may be running out of cash, but they can still turn out one awesome MP3 player.



Preloaded with the Arnel Pineda-fronted album Revelation, the Journey MP3 player has one gig of storage space, but who needs it when you’ve got this, minus the crowd noise?

The button arrangement seems a little odd, but look at those graphics!

If Journey’s not your cup of tea, perhaps you might like to celebrate America with your digital music player.

The product retails for $34.88 and is
pre-loaded with 15 original “feel-good” American songs, licensed from
Universal Music. The music licensing agreement is ZVUE’s first with
Universal Music, one of the world’s largest music companies.

These 15 classic American songs include “I Feel Good” by James
Brown; “Back in The U.S.A.” by Chuck Berry; “Sweet Home Alabama” by
Lynyrd Skynyrd; “Drive South” by John Hiatt; “XXX’s And OOO’s (An
American Girl)” by Trisha Yearwood; “Fly Like An Eagle” by The Neville
Brothers; “Rocky Mountain Way” by Joe Walsh; “Takin’ Care Of Business”
by Bachman-Turner Overdrive; “Simple Man” by Lynyrd Skynyrd; “Rock And
Roll All Nite” by Kiss; and “(You Can Still) Rock In America” by Night
Ranger.

Rounding out the list are “America Is My Home (Part 1)” by James
Brown & The Famous Flames; “Freebird” by Lynyrd Skynyrd; “Some Gave
All” by Billy Ray Cyrus; and “God Bless the U.S.A.” by Lee Greenwood.

If you don’t like Journey or our wonderful nation, then I just don’t know how to help you. Maybe you should look into one of those Zunes?

ZVUE Products [Official site]

  1. dippinkind

    i think that’s actually 14 “feel-good” American songs and 1 “feel-good” Canadian song

  2. Chris N.

    “Fly Like An Eagle”? Because it’s got an eagle in it?

  3. NeverEnough

    This is why the terrorists hate us.

  4. mackro

    No Journey:Escape The Video Game emulator, no sale

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