Courtesy of Shakey PicturesOn the heels of the June 22 release of Neil Young‘s new album Earth, updated versions of two of the folk-rock legend’s movies, Rust Never Sleeps and Human Highway, are being made available this month for the first time ever on DVD and Blu-ray.

A digitally remixed and restored version of Young’s 1979 concert film Rust Never Sleeps can be purchased now, while a director’s cut of Neil’s quirky 1982 comedy Human Highway arrives on July 22.

Young tells ABC Radio that he’s glad both films finally have been “captured in technology…to the point where I feel really good about the way they are. It’s taken us a long time to get them there.”

Rust Never Sleeps documents an October 1978 concert Young played with his frequent backing band Crazy Horse at the Cow Palace in San Francisco. It features both acoustic and electric sets, and showcases many of the songs from Neil’s 1979 album of the same name.

Human Highway was co-written and co-directed by Young, who stars as a bumbling auto mechanic who works next to a nuclear power plant and who’s unaware that the world is about to end. The film also features the New Wave band Devo, Dennis Hopper, Russ Tamblyn, Dean Stockwell and Sally Kirkland. Neil composed the music for the movie along with Devo.

Human Highway is something else,” Young tells ABC Radio with a chuckle. “I think people will enjoy it if they get a chance to see it.”

You can purchase Rust Never Sleeps and pre-order Human Highway now at Young’s official online store. Special bundles packaging both films together also are available.

Young currently is on a European tour in support of Earth with current backing band Promise of the Real that runs through a July 23 show in Clam, Austria.

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