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Win the Dark Knight Rises soundtrack on vinyl!


12:00 PM on 09.04.2012
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Congratulations to Valerie Minnich!

As tends to be the case with Nolan's Batmovies, I've been listening to the soundtrack for The Dark Knight Rises a fair amount over the past month and a half. It's pretty awesome pump-me-up music before important meetings or while I'm writing the awesome words you accept into your knowledge holes every day. Now YOU, our awesome readers, can win a copy of the Dark Knight Rises soundtrack on glorious, old-school vinyl, brought to you by our friends at Water Tower Music. It's an awesome prize for the Batman fanatics I know are out there. How do you win, you ask? You've got a chance to enter the contest up to three times. First, you can retweet the following message on Twitter, which we just tweeted:

RT to win the #DarkKnightRises soundtrack on vnyl from Water Tower Music!

Second, you can leave a comment here telling us which Nolanverse character has the best musical theme. Finally, you can like us on Facebook and leave a comment for us on this article's page (you must both have our page liked AND leave the comment for this entry to count). The winner will be chosen randomly on September 4th, which is next Tuesday when the vinyl releases in stores.

This contest is open to ALL READERS WORLDWIDE! Get your entries in, and good luck!








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