Sorry I’ve been slacking on posting the winners on the main page, but I’ve been extremely busy. Either way the contests are still coming and today we’ve got two soundtracks for Rob Zombie’s upcoming The Devil’s Rejects (review), which Lions Gate Films will be releasing on July 22nd. Presented as a dualdisc (one side CD, other side DVD), a first ever for soundtracks, THE DEVIL’S REJECTS Soundtrack was released June 28, 2005. The DVD side includes a 20-minute “Making Of The Devil’s Rejects” feature, trailers, a photo gallery and the album in High Resolution Stereo (DVD-Audio players) and Dolby Digital Stereo (standard DVD players). Dialogue snippets and two vintage Banjo & Sullivan radio ads are interspersed on the CD album side. Read on and see how to win…
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Want to win one of two copies? Just E-mail me the following info, winners to be chosen at random on July 22nd.
-Put Rejects CD in the subject
-Inside include your full name and mailing address
Failure to include any of the above results in disqualification.
The rock classics are 1970’s “Midnight Rider” from The Allman Brothers Band; “Shambala,” the gold Top 5 pop smash from Three Dog Night; “Fooled Around And Fell In Love,” Elvin Bishop’s gold Top 5 from 1976; “Funk #49,” The James Gang’s 1970 fave; the Top 40 “Rocky Mountain Way” from Joe Walsh’s 1973 post-James Gang solo debut; “Rock On, the 1973 Top 5 from cult pop star David Essex, and “Free Bird,” Lynyrd Skynyrd’s 1973 cut that is one of the most requested in album rock radio history.
Reid is heard with “Brave Awakening,” “To Be Treated Rite” and the title track from his Graham Nash-produced 1976 album Seed Of Memory. The singer-songwriter-guitarist is legendary for rejecting the lead singer gig for the band that became Led Zeppelin, as he later did an offer from Deep Purple. He opened for the Rolling Stones on their 1969 U.S. tour but at age 20 his career stalled, and has hardly recorded since the ’70s.
Chicago bluesman Otis Rush contributes his 1956 R&B Top 10 “I Can’t Quit You Baby.” From country are Kitty Wells’ “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels,” a 1952 country #1; Buck Owens’ 1966 honky tonk hymn “Satan’s Got To Get Along With Me,” and Banjo & Sullivan [“I’m Home Getting Hammered (While She’s Out Getting Nailed)”]. For more information on that duo, please read the press release for the simultaneously issued Banjo & Sullivan – The Ultimate Collection (Hip-O/UMe).