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ScoreKeeper Has Five Copies of Richard Wells' Music from the BBC Hit Series "BEING HUMAN" To Give Away!!

Published at: Aug. 12, 2011, 11:02 a.m. CST by scorekeeper

Greetings! ScoreKeeper here dangling a little carrot I found from across the pond that may be of interest to soundtrack geeks here in America. I wish I could say I'm totally up on the latest and greatest BBC shows that are making waves both domestically and abroad. The truth is, I have a hard enough time keeping up with American television much less British TV.

One particular show seems to be making lots of noise in the geek community and that's BEING HUMAN (2008-Present). Have you seen it? Vampires, ghosts, and werewolves...oh my!

Even if you haven't seen it, you should definitely hear it. Richard Wells has been composing music for the series since the pilot episode. I just so happen to have five copies of the soundtrack that need to find new homes. Want one?



Here's what you have to do...

Drop me an email at scorekeeper@aintitcool.com using the subject: SCORE ONE FOR BEING HUMAN! and include your name, mailing address, a valid email address, your favorite BBC show, your favorite American TV show, and which one wins in a duel.

After all the entries are received, I'll randomly select five winners who will receive a CD soundtrack for BEING HUMAN composed by Richard Wells courtesy of Silva Screen Records.

The deadline for submission is Saturday, August 13th, at 11:59pm EST. Only one entry per person. International entries will be accepted (but really...Brits, don't you want us good Americans to bask in the glory of your awesomeness?). Duplicates will be discarded.

Now hop to it!

 

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  • Aug. 7, 2011, 2:57 p.m. CST

    Where's the Conan reviews?

    by RedBull_Werewolf

    come on!

  • Aug. 8, 2011, 3:10 a.m. CST

    UK version better than the SyFyllis Channel one

    by DickBallsworth

    The F-bombs and nudity on the UK show probably help strengthen the case. Even without that, the characterization and overall technique are superior to the useless US version.

  • Aug. 8, 2011, 10:49 a.m. CST

    Bah

    by ByTor

    US version is awful. I find the UK version far superior.