Empire! Empire! Contest
2012-09-20 by Schizophrenik | 19 Comments
Empire! Empire! (I was a lonely estate) has revealed the details of contest to win one of three copies of their now out of print LP "What it Takes to Move Forward," one of which is a test press of the album. To enter, you need only share the Facebook status they post tomorrow and "like" their page and their label's page. Additionally, if 500 people share the status they will give away all of their songs for free on bandcamp.

http://empireempireband.tumblr.com/post/31890261705/contest-rules-prizes#notes


UPDATE: The contest is now open

http://www.empireempireband.com/2012/09/20/333/
Tagged: Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate)

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Spare
September 20th 2012
5517 Comments


rly rly want that lp

Hospital
September 20th 2012
2065 Comments


i've heard really good things about these dudes

ILJ
September 20th 2012
6755 Comments


Count me in.

chesse13
September 20th 2012
4301 Comments


Im winning. I'm feeling lucky today

SpaceWhale
September 20th 2012
156 Comments


I just found a penny on the ground. There is no way I am not winning this.

davsoi
September 20th 2012
17 Comments


I'm going to be so disappointed when I don't win.

Jezzami
September 20th 2012
33 Comments


But i've already had both of those things liked for the last 2 years ! :3

sniper
September 20th 2012
19080 Comments


i messaged them and they said they'll just send me one and pretend they actually picked someone randomly, sorry guys. you can always hope for one of the official presses though.

Schizophrenik
September 20th 2012
844 Comments


sad face for not having a facebook/twitter/tumbler : (

drasticaction74
September 21st 2012
1776 Comments


I was A lonely typo

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drasticaction74
September 21st 2012
1776 Comments


I was A lonely sentence fragment

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
September 22nd 2012
24165 Comments


I was a lonely mediocre emo band

Iamthe Nightstars
September 22nd 2012
2350 Comments


So you were Joie de Vivre?

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
September 22nd 2012
51058 Comments


Damn they're great be nice

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Iamthe Nightstars
September 22nd 2012
2350 Comments


Lol. I just find them to be really sub par songwriters. "Maybe People Do Change" is awesome though.

Naridax
September 22nd 2012
88 Comments


oooo

Schizophrenik
September 26th 2012
844 Comments


they got to 500 shares, so the whole discography is free for the next week

Naridax
September 26th 2012
88 Comments


i must get everything

Schizophrenik
September 26th 2012
844 Comments


I strongly recommend everyone at least download What it Takes to Move Forward and Home After Three Months Away



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