Eagle Rock Entertainment and Image Entertainment will be the first music companies to release titles in the new Universal Media Disc (UMD) format for the Sony PlayStation Portable console.

Eagle Rock Entertainment and Image Entertainment will be the first music companies to release titles in the new Universal Media Disc (UMD) format for the Sony PlayStation Portable console.

Image will put out new PSP titles every month in categories such as DVD premieres, comedy and music. "Godsmack Live," which was already released on DVD, will debut on UMD June 28.

Eagle Rock is readying a number of titles for release this year, all of which have been previously available on DVD. Titles include "Busta Rhymes: Everything Remains Raw," "Jimi Hendrix: Electric Ladyland Classic Album," "Marilyn Manson: Guns, God and Government," "Puddle of Mudd: Live at the Key Club-Striking That Familiar Chord" and "Snoop Dogg: Big Snoop Dogg's Puff Puff Pass Tour."

Eagle Rock will also make available downloads of one-minute song clips for the PSP on www.eaglerockent.com. Upcoming clips will feature Alice Cooper, the Cure and Dio.

UMD offerings have previously been centered on films, with available titles from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment ("Spider-Man 2," "Hellboy") and Buena Vista Home Entertainment ("National Treasure," "Hero").

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will be releasing UMD versions of films such as "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story" and "Napoleon Dynamite" starting this summer.

Eagle releases are expected in August.