Thanks to the great folks over at Focus Features, the official 2-disc “Pirate Radio” motion picture soundtrack features music by The Kinks, The Turtles, John Fred And Playboys, Martha Reeves, Beach Boys, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass, Jeff Beck, The Who, The Troggs, The Hollies, Jimi Hendrix, Cream, Otis Redding, Easybeats and more!
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“Pirate Radio” starring Philip Seymour Hoffman is the high-spirited story of how 8 DJs love affair with Rock n Roll changed the world forever. In the 1960s this group of rogue DJs, on a boat in the middle of the Northern Atlantic, played rock records and broke the law all for the love of music. The songs they played united and defined an entire generation and drove the British government crazy. By playing Rock n Roll they were standing up against the British government who did everything in their power to shut them down. The film is laugh out loud funny and speaks to the rock n roll rebel in all of us.
For more information or to watch the trailer, check out our previous coverage here or visit the official site.
This contest is open to all legal residents of the United States and those who are 18+. Two entries per person and there are two ways to enter:
1). Follow us on Twitter @youbentmywookie and let us know what you rock out to!
2). Answer the trivia question below and fill out the entry form.
No purchase is necessary. Five (5) winners will be selected randomly from all valid and correct contest entries. Contest ends November 25, 2009.
This Month’s Question: Pirate radio stations are sometimes called bootleg stations, clandestine stations and what stations? ____ _____ (Hint: Don’t know? Wikipedia is your friend)
This contest has now ended.
1. Stay With Me Baby-Duffy
2. All Day-The Kinks
3. Elenore-The Turtles
4. Judy In Disguise-John Fred And Playboys
5. Dancing-Martha Reeves
6. Wouldn’t It Be Nice-Beach Boys
7. Ooh Baby Baby-Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
8. This Guys In Love-Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
9. Hi Ho Silver Lining-Jeff Beck
10. I Can See For Miles-The Who
11. With A Girl Like You-The Troggs
12. I’m Alive-The Hollies
13. Yesterday Man-Chris Andrews
14. I’ve Been A Bad Bad Boy-Paul Jones
15. Silence Is Golden-Tremeloes
1. Friday On My Mind-Easybeats
2. My Generation-The Who
3. I Feel Free-Cream
4. Wind Cries Mary-Jimi Hendrix
5. A Whiter Shade Of Pale-Procol Harum
6. These Arms Of Mine-Otis Redding
7. The Happening- Supremes
8. Cleo’s Mood – Junior Walker & The All Stars
9. She’d Rather Be With Me-The Turtles
10. 98.6-The Bystanders
11. Sunny Afternoon-Kinks
12. Father And Son-Cat Stevens
13. Nights In White Satin-Moody Blues
14. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me-Dusty Springfield
15. Stay With Me-Lorraine Ellison
16. This Old Heart Of Mine-The Isley Brothers
17. Let’s Dance-David Bowie
One thought on “Win An Original 2-Disc Copy Soundtrack From Focus Features’ ‘Pirate Radio’!”
“Pirate Radio” is a very funny movie. Hubby and I laughed out loud throughout. The songs they chose to use are classics and they really underscore what’s happening in the film, too.
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