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July 17th Show: a salute to the Fruits de Mer label (win a white vinyl test pressing!)

Thursday, 12 July 2012

Fruits de Mer Records - Psychedelia, Krautrock, Progressive Rock, Acid-Folk, R&B, Spacerock and Vinyl Heaven
 This Tuesday, July 17th, Trip Inside This House - the radio show, will be honoring Fruits de Mer, the little label with the big mind!


As part of this special tribute Fruits de Mer has offered to give one lucky listener a white vinyl test pressing from their catalog. (Their choice. Always.)


So, how do you win?*


#1 - tune in Tuesday for the show, live -or-


#2 - listen to the archived stream, -and-


#3 - be a registered Fan of the show, -then-


#4 - next Tuesday, post-show, I'll be posting a few questions about the label in a bulletin like this...


#5 - e-mail me with your answer(s) at KDHX (e-mail address is on my show page.) The window of opportunity will be closed as of Monday night, midnight, July 23rd, 2012. Any e-mail with a date of July 24 and past will be discarded.


#6 - all correct responses will go into a hat and we'll draw a random winner!






* no purchase necessary

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