Win Five New Box Sets from UMe, Including Rush, The Who, Alice Cooper, Kiss and Eric Clapton!

Posted Jan 31, 2013 at 2:26pm

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Enter now to win the five box sets shown in the photo above, courtesy of UMe! The contest includes: Rush, <em>2112</em> Super Deluxe Edition; The Who, <em>The Complete Studio Albums,</em> Vinyl Collection; Alice Cooper, <em>Old School 1964-1974</em> Special Edition Box Set; Kiss, <em>The Casablanca Singles 1874-1982</em>; Eric Clapton, <em>Slowhand 35th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition</em>. Enter through February 28!

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Enter now to win the five box sets shown in the photo above, courtesy of UMe! The contest includes:

• Rush, 2112 Super Deluxe Edition

• The Who, The Complete Studio Albums, Vinyl Collection

• Alice Cooper, Old School 1964-1974 Special Edition Box Set

• Kiss, The Casablanca Singles 1974-1982

• Eric Clapton, Slowhand 35th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition

Just fill out the entry form below by February 28! Good luck — and good rockin'!

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