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Win the ENTIRE 33 1/3 Series!

To celebrate the season of giving, we at Bloomsbury HQ are offering one lucky reader the chance to win the ENTIRE 33 1/3 series- that’s 86 89 books in total!

For your chance to win, simply sign up to our e-newsletter by emailing 333sound@bloomsbury.com with your name, address and your favourite album of all time.

Emails must be received by Tuesday 31st December 2013. One winner picked at random on Wednesday 1st January 2014. Favourite entries may be shared via social media.

Good luck!

UPDATE: Dec 4, 1:45pm EST. You will actually win 89 books as we’ve recently published volumes on Serge Gainsbourg’s Histoire de Melody Nelson and They Might Be Giant’s Floodand Andrew W.K.’s I GET WET is coming very soon!

12 comments

  1. Mark Weinstock

    My favorite album of all time would have to be The Pretenders debut album. Every
    kind of musical styling on this album, you have rock, pop, a cover, reggae, a instrumental among the great tracks on this album. Honorable mention to The Rolling Stones classic Exile On Main Street. Both of these Long Players still get the Needle On The Groove on my stereo.

  2. Garry

    My favorite album of all time would have to be The Alan Parsons Project:”Tales Of Mystery And Imagination Edgar Allen Poe” it was my introduction to music from my dad when i was 10 years old. Dad would put the black light on and light up an “incense” and together we would get lost in the sound……..

  3. Paul Anderson

    If it has to be “pop,” then perhaps blood on the tracks, Dylan.
    If any genre, probably kind of blue, Miles Davis. Nothing obscure about this pick, just endless beauty, mystery, and elegance.

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