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CONTEST: Win Raveonettes Prize Pack

Posted by Valerie / October 31, 2009

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The best way to celebrate Halloween is by having a Raveonettes-sweet giveaway.
I KNOW THAT YOU WANT THE CANDY!

Since 2003, the Danish duo has been pretty consistent at coming out with decent albums every two years. Some of their catchiest post-punk-garage-noisy-pop songs have been featured in large-audience works like Old Navy TV ads, The OC episodes, and the soundtrack to the video game Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse - perfect for Halloween!

This month, The Raveonettes strike back with the release of their 4th album "In and Out of Control" and a video for the first single "Last Dance".

Our prize pack includes the new album on CD, LP and a poster but hurry, the contest ends on Monday November 2nd at 9 am.

Details:

Post a comment and tell me what your 2009 Halloween costume is, or if it's indescribable feel free to share a link to a photo!


Facebeook comments: make sure to include your email address
Prize non-transferable
Photo by Nylon Magazine
From Vice Records

Discussion

12 Comments

Lola / October 31, 2009 at 05:10 pm
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As the devil!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/43295330@N08/4061320317/in/pool-midnightpoutine
Andy / November 1, 2009 at 07:35 pm
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Mr T.
big chains, huge "guns" and the mohawk.
Lola / November 2, 2009 at 03:25 pm
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So who won? Good or evil?
Valerie / November 2, 2009 at 11:30 pm
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Well it's you my dear!
Congrats

PS Andy, read the fine prints!
Lola / November 3, 2009 at 10:02 am
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Mouhahaha! Thanx!
Wahyu / February 4, 2015 at 01:20 pm
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Hi Ed,Some years back I was involved as a tutor in seeavrl OU courses that used bulletin boards/discussion forums to provide an intereaction space for staff and students. I have always thought this simple approach to providing a communal area for dialogue works very well and I am pleased to see you and your colleagues exploring this. There are some good resources on good practice in setting up and using these types of areas for interaction, and I seem to remember some work on assessing student work in them. I had assessments that had elements of discussion forum work in them, but always seemed to have difficulty is setting clear, worthwhile and measurable assessment criteria for the forum work. I'll see if I can dig out some the references I used in that time and post links.
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