Thanks to all of you who entered our competition to win four original soundtracks from our friends over at Perseverance Record. We had many entries, including one person who entered ten times (you know who you are - but unfortunately we can only count that as one entry!), and have now drawn the winner:
Congratulations then, to Darren Perry, who wins the set of four soundtracks - The Deadly Spawn (Michael Perilstein's third film score), The Invasion of the BodySnatchers (Denny Zeitlin with an electronic-acoustic score), The Abominable Dr Phibes (Basil Kirchin), and Dr Phibes Rises Again (John Gale).
If you didnt win ths time, try our new competition to win one of three DVD copies of The Isle from Tartan Asian Extreme. Visit our competition page to enter.
Founded in 2002, Perseverance Records is a small label with a big mission to release soundtracks from cult and obscure films that collectors request. All recordings receive the deluxe treatment, including in-depth liner notes and expanded versions of the music if material is available
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