http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/050225/nyf012_1.html Nellie McKay's Critically-Acclaimed Debut Album, Get Away From Me, Available in New DualDisc Edition Friday February 25, 5:00 am ET DVD Component Includes Exclusive Live Performance & Two Unreleased Songs In Stores Tuesday, March 29 NEW YORK, Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Nellie McKay's groundbreaking critically-acclaimed debut album, Get Away From Me, named as one of the Best Albums of 2004 by Rolling Stone, Blender, the LA Times, USA Today, The Onion, Tracks and many other publications, will be available in the recently-launched DualDisc format on Tuesday, March 29. DualDisc is a new double-sided music product which combines audio (CD) and video (DVD) content on a single disc, which is compatible with virtually any device -- including home stereo systems, portable disc players, car stereos, game consoles, and PCs -- currently capable of playing either CDs or DVDs. The DVD side of the DualDisc Get Away From Me includes the entire album in 5.1 Surround Sound and enhanced LPCM Stereo; "San Francisco Night - Live at the Independent," an eight-song set recorded in High Definition video on November 23, 2004 capturing the unpredictable wit, musical elegance, and charismatic on-stage bravado of Nellie live in concert; and a bonus audio tracks page debuting two previously unreleased songs, "John-John" and "Teresa," written and produced by Nellie McKay. The CD side of the DualDisc edition of Get Away From Me will feature all 18 songs from Nellie's debut, originally a double-CD collection, specially configured to fit onto a single disc. Released in February 2004, Get Away From Me proved itself to be one of 2004's most press-worthy and auspicious releases. "Nellie McKay is so original," wrote Elle magazine, "she's practically invented her own genre: neo-retro-mellow-fury pop." The Associate Press praised her debut as " ... a compelling effort ripe with witty songwriting and solid musicianship." "A new star is born!," proclaimed the Atlanta Journal & Constitution while Rolling Stone called her " ... that rare performer whose talent is irrefutable."