If you thought our giveaway of Breaking Bad: The Complete Series on Blu-ray was the end of our generosity, you thought wrong! We now have one signed copy of series composer Dave Porter’s original score on vinyl that’s ready and waiting to be delivered to one lucky reader. The show might be gone, but its stories and its music will live on. So do yourself a favor and hit the jump to see how you can enter and win the score of Breaking Bad: Volume One on vinyl.
In order to enter the contest which runs through July 25th, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address and include BREAKING BAD Vinyl Giveaway in the headline. You also need to have “liked” Collider on Facebook.
Here’s a quote about the item from Porter himself:
“I’m very pleased to have Volume One of my original score to Breaking Bad made available in a tangible way with this release on vinyl. Thanks to Madison Gate Records and SpaceLab9. I’m excited to share this release with fans of the show and record enthusiasts looking for a better listening experience than an mp3 could ever offer…a sound much closer to the version that came out of my studio”.
And for more on Porter, be sure to visit his website, Facebook page, and Twitter account.
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