Greetings! ScoreKeeper here putting the dana on the ol' scully just in time to bring you top-secret files for an x-tastically out-of-this-world soundtrack giveaway. If you were around a couple weeks ago you might have noticed my post announcing La-La Land Records' release of a 4-CD box set featuring music from THE X-FILES (1993-2002) composed by Mark Snow. The collection features tracks from forty of the series' 202 episodes totaling more than five hours of music. In addition, the deluxe packaging features a forty-page booklet including detailed liner notes and track-by-track analysis written by film and television score X-pert Randall D. Larson.
The latest field reports state that La-La Land has five sets they are trying to unload on poor unsuspecting Ain't It Cool readers. The catch is you have to drop me an email if you want to believe you'll be one of the five chosen ones. If you do and you are, you will receive a brand new copy of THE X-FILES soundtrack box set courtesy of La-La Land Records.
So what do you have to do?
First of all you have to be an X-FILES fan. Second, you absolutely must drop me an email at email@example.com using the subject: THE TRUTH IS RIGHT HERE! and include your name, mailing address, a valid email address, your favorite X-FILES episode with a brief explanation why, and your favorite X-FILES music moment with a brief explanation why.
I'll collect all the entries and then randomly select five winners who will each be receiving THE X-FILES 4-CD soundtrack box set. The deadline for submission is Thursday, May 26th, at 11:59pm EST. Only one entry per alien. International and extra-terrestrial entries will be accepted. Duplicates will be allocated to File-13.
Now stop foxing your mulder and enter now before you become the next X-File!
Click HERE for more information including a complete track listing and audio samples.
If you missed it the first time around, here's a link to an interview I did with Mark Snow a few years ago. I've interviewed more than thirty-five composers during my time at AICN and my interview with Snow remains one of my very favorites.
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