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Rare and limited edition vinyl giveaway. Sound of Silver is destined for one of the best albums the year. 4 prizes and the contest runs for a week!

Answer the question in the breakdown(s) section, include your EMAIL and I will choose one winner. Winner takes all 4 prizes. Good luck all. I will post the winner NEXT Tuesday (June 19th).

Prize Pack:

1 Sound of Silver double LP

1 "All My Friends" 12" single - European Import (Made In Holland)
Side A: "All My Friends" (album version)
Side B: "All My Friends" (B Harvey's Mix)

1 Additional 12", tbd (a surprise!!! maybe this?)

1 Limited Edition Silk Screened Poster

Question:

List 5 people you wish could be included in "all your friends."

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29 interested person(s)

silentmatt said... @ 6/12/2007 09:51:00 AM

first up, most definitely mf doom. he'd rock that so hard.

if he wasn't available, i'd send up lord quasimoto, just because it would be hilarious.

third: merzbow. give it up for some noise on top of that electromix.

fourth: the girls from go! team. have you heard cuts like a vice (acapella) yet? they're like a self-contained party, right there.

fifth: st. vincent. for the contrast.

hellz yes, excellent contest!

e-mail: matthewsigal at gmail.com

you can check out our mp3 blog over at tunes.bluesummers.com, if yer interested.

matt.

alt124 said... @ 6/12/2007 11:15:00 AM

linda lovelace - pornstar
kurt cobain - suicided rockstar
salvador dali - artstar
albert hoffmann - doctor/drug star
larry leaven - dj legend

my email alt124@gmail.com

stefan said... @ 6/12/2007 12:26:00 PM

Questlove-Dude knows everyone.

Justice dudes- I think my voice would sound awesome computerized.

Stevie Wonder-I would even get a shirt that says "I am friends with Stevie Wonder".

Kool Keith- Just for laughs and his plentiful supply of chicken wings.

Dilla-Dude is/was Dilla...DILLA!!!

stefangcdc@yahoo.com

MisterBlog said... @ 6/12/2007 12:50:00 PM

1-Pase Rock, so he could tell me more bout Lindsay

2-That girl who plays synth and does massages in New Young Pony Club

3-Nic Offer from !!!, to teach me how to dance high

4-Amy Winehouse, to teach me everything else

5-James Murphy, cos he really seems to care about friends

wow that was kinda hard to choose

misterblog@free.fr

Grey said... @ 6/12/2007 12:52:00 PM

Nice contest, dude.

1. Bob Dylan. He's the man, the best character of modern music.

2. Madlib. I'd be so interested to talk with him about music. I bet I could get a lot of positive things from his point of view.

3. The Pipettes. Hottest girl band ever.

4. Quentin Tarantino. Just to show to a frustrated director how to be a weirdo and make money.

5. Lluís Companys. President of the Catalan Republic till Franco assassinated him.

Grey said... @ 6/12/2007 12:53:00 PM

Geez... I forgot my email:

greyhopster@gmail.com

Jack said... @ 6/12/2007 12:57:00 PM

oh hell yeah...

Tom Waits for the gruffled maniacal wordplay and sage advice

Biz Markie for the comic relief and beat box by request (not to mention sick record collection)

Alexis Taylor from Hot Chip for the awesome geekiness and electronic insight

Darby Crash for the crazy, fucked up nightlife

George Clinton for the supreme wisdom bestowed and the hair

email: knewjack88@yahoo.com

Anonymous said... @ 6/12/2007 02:15:00 PM

#1 - GOB Bluth (+ Franklin)

#2 - Charles Barkley

#3 - Ghostface

#4 - Tina Fey

#5 - Dawn Penn

email: educated.foot@gmail.com

Alfredo said... @ 6/12/2007 02:46:00 PM

1. Bryan Ferry
2. Bowie
3. Alan Vega
4. Donna Summer
5. Joe Strummer (from heaven)

(They would all take turns at the microphone while james and tim produce. Morrissey wanted to be included but was told politely to fuck off...Joe Strummer came down from heaven an sang his part.)

email: a92never@gmail.com

alt124 said... @ 6/12/2007 03:19:00 PM

Grey was spanish republic not calatan republic ;)

Funkwell said... @ 6/12/2007 04:07:00 PM

1.Ant(from Atmosphere of course)
2.Will Holland(Quantic)
3.Mcenroe(peanuts and corn)
4.Omega One
5.Roy Ayers

Maxwell

puckandconrad@comcast.net

Anonymous said... @ 6/12/2007 06:22:00 PM

Miles Davis
Charles Mingus
Charles Bukowski
David Byrne
Paris Hilton

suitemusic at gmail dot com

jim said... @ 6/12/2007 08:14:00 PM

1 - Neil Tennant (Pet Shop Boys)
2 - Chris Lowe
3 - James Lavelle
4 - Professor Prince Paul
5 - Jack White

jim said... @ 6/12/2007 08:16:00 PM

1 - Neil Tennant (Pet Shop Boys)
2 - Chris Lowe
3 - James Lavelle
4 - Professor Prince Paul
5 - Jack White

antk718@hotmail.com

Anonymous said... @ 6/12/2007 08:31:00 PM

1. Harry Nilsson - No one does world-weary pop like Schmilsson. I can smell the irony now of "you think over and over hey i'm finally dead".

2. Django Reinhardt - He and Stephane Grappelli would invert the original's minimalist bent with enough Benelux charm to encourage us to actually like the French.

3. Green Gartside (of Scitti Politti) - A little blue-eyed soul makes everything better. Add some Cupid and Psyche synths and you have a FM juggernaut. Circa 1985.

4. Bruce Springsteen - No, this is not an ironic choice - compare the lyrics sheets of post-Born to Run Boss with All my Friends and you'll see personal drama played on a grand stage. Recorded live, for sure.

5. The Dismemberment Plan - Why not? I think the band's energy and T. Morrison's delivery would sell the song quite well, a la Ice of Boston.

Email: (tharless7@yahoo.com) [quotes are to avoid spambots]

Anonymous said... @ 6/12/2007 09:21:00 PM

1) Jamie Lidell - quick wit, excellent musician, funky guy
2) Gregg Gillis aka Girl Talk - this guy knows how to throw a party
3) Craig Finn from the Hold Steady - he's well read and writes songs about chillin, I'd like to chill with him
4) Kanye West - he'd be the friend that all my friends make fun of
5) RA Scion from Common Market - because I wanna be affiliated with the Seattle hip-hop scene when it truly takes off =] NW represent!

takefive54@gmail.com

Anonymous said... @ 6/13/2007 02:59:00 AM

1. Jamie Lidell - Yeah, I agree with the person above. I got drunk with Jamie at a festival in Belgium before he went solo. Dude is SO friendly and awesome. He's got soul.

2. Teki Latex - He always seems so cheerful.

3. Steve Jobs - Free Apple stuff!

4. Howard Marks - Interesting stories and great hash.

5. Josh Homme - He seems like a cool, easy going dude.

xberlin@gmail.com

stian said... @ 6/13/2007 06:58:00 AM

frank zappa - genious
holger czukay - master producer and pioneer
william burroghs - stories from NY plus the occational willem tell routine
debbie harry - even more stories from NY
bootsy collins - fun, funk and freakyness

stianable@gmail.com

Spladow said... @ 6/13/2007 08:09:00 AM

1. Babe Ruth
2. Rodney Dangerfield
3. Frank Sinatra
4. Winston Churchill
5. Helen of Troy

all these people in the same room would probably be interesting. Tough to imagine Rodney hitting on Helen by making fun of Winston. Winston would have an amazing retort, that the Babe and Frank wouldnt get because they'd be loaded at the bar.

mikemartinelli@yahoo.com. hook it up.

j_rodriguez_f@hotmail.com said... @ 6/13/2007 08:19:00 AM

1) Whoever writes this blog

2) His/Her Mum

3) His/Her sisters

4) My mum and my sisters

5) James Murphy

Anonymous said... @ 6/13/2007 03:30:00 PM

top 5 people i want as friends...

1. Tom Waits

2. MF Doom (who IS that man behind the mask???)

3. Sun Ra

4. Amon Tobin

5. shit picking a fifth friend is HARD, but I'd go with James Brown, without that dude, NOTHING would be the way it is now, there wouldn't be an LCD Soundsystem! no hip hop! nothing!

cool contest man

phil.ad (at) hotmail (dot) com

peregenest@hotmail.com said... @ 6/13/2007 04:17:00 PM

is this who would be best on the track?

1. David Bowie should cover it.

2. I'd be tempted to see a rapper spit over it, but nah, hip hop with piano loops is never great. So let Chromeo in on the action!

3. The Cinematic Orchestra, to add to the overall feel of this track

4. Hot Chip

5. get Boards of Canada to do a remix!

ED P said... @ 6/13/2007 11:41:00 PM

Arthur Schopenhauer
Mitch Hedberg
Jacques Derrida
John Cale
Billie Holiday




edgarherrington@mac.com

Cameron G said... @ 6/14/2007 11:41:00 PM

1) Fatboy Slim
2) White Stripes
3) Crowdpleaser & St. Plomb
4) Tigercity
5) The National

maxifast said... @ 6/16/2007 10:43:00 AM

1) Bruce Lee, the charismatic martial arts star

2) Fatlip, the bluntly honest "has-been-mc"

3) Sun Ra, eccentric jazz visionary

4) Ol' Dirty Bastard will get the party started*

5) Diplo might introduce me to MIA

*imagine the interaction between Sun Ra and ODB.
would be surreal.

email: maxifast@cox.net

Anonymous said... @ 6/18/2007 12:38:00 PM

1. Phoebe
2. Monica
3. Rachel
4. Joey
5. Chandler

So sorry Ross.

amartinezkee@gmail.com

Jason said... @ 6/20/2007 12:59:00 PM

John McEntire (Tortoise)
Jason Pierce (Spiritualized)
Parker Posey (Actress)
Greg Dulli (Twilight Singers)
Kate Moss (Dealer)

jayryhifi@gmail.com

Anonymous said... @ 6/20/2007 03:04:00 PM

Bill Hicks: Hard to find a smarter, funnier, more insightful commentator on culture, politics and the world around us. Taken away much too early.

Keith Richards: He's borderline self-parody at this point, but it's hard to think of someone that would have better rock+roll stories to tell (if you can understand what he's saying)

Bob Pollard: Can't think of anyone I'd rather split a case of Miller Lite with.

Anthony Bourdain: I would love to travel with this guy. Plus, chefs are great friends to have.

Richard D. James (Aphex Twin): It might be cool to have a friend that completely FREAKS you out.

email: sjoswick@gmail.com

Anonymous said... @ 6/20/2007 04:36:00 PM

Catie says:

Emile Berliner - inventor of the vinyl record, and man who started it all (way better than thomas e... lightbulbs... who needs them?)

Gavin McInnes - write of Vice Magazine's do's and don't. I'm not even sure I can get a stick that far up my ass...

MC Marina Ribatski - lead of Bonde de Role. She makes me want to grow out my hair, just so I can chop it all off again to start a band with a piece of equipment I don't even need.

Shia LeBouf - have you ever heard a conversation with this guy? He's like a carni-actor-hippie-love-child that exists in symbiosis with a mousekateer. I can't image meeting him would be anything short of a mind-fuck

Pedro Winter (a.k.a. Busy P) - this guy RUNS Ed Banger Records and is married to the chick who runs Colette. I just want to shake the awesome out of him and drink it with an pinch of lime.

-ciao

email: redloop@yahoo.com

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