Main | Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Swag Tuesday

Courtesy of the Karpel Group, today we have two great swag giveaways! First up is the Cinema Pride Collection, a ten disc DVD collection of classic gay movies, available today exclusively from Amazon.
The very first gay-themed film DVD collection from a major motion picture studio, The Cinema Pride Collection debuts only at on June 8 from Twentieth Century Fox and MGM Home Entertainment. Distinctively packaged with vibrant artwork, the set includes ten movies spanning over 40 years and includes The Children’s Hour, La Cage Aux Folles, My Beautiful Laundrette, The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert: The Extra Frills Edition, The Birdcage, Bent, The Object of My Affection, Boys Don’t Cry, Kissing Jessica Stein and Imagine Me & You. “The 10 films included in The Cinema Pride Collection reflect just how far the LGBT movement has evolved over the past four decades. These films offer viewers an unforgettable journey into our collective past” offers Jeremy Kinser of The Advocate. Filled with poignancy, humor and inspiring bravery, the acclaimed movies have paved the way for filmmaking that honors diversity and acceptance.
Also released today is Non-Stop, the new solo album from Erasure's out frontman Andy Bell. We have five copies of Non-Stop to swag you with.
Connoisseurs of deluxe dance-pop, seductive electro anthems and gold-plated disco grooves - lend me your ears, Andy Bell releases a brand new album, Non-Stop. Non-Stop, co-produced and co-written by Andy Bell and Pascal Gabriel (S'Express, Ladyhawke, Debbie Harry, Kylie, Little Boots) is a lavish 10 track collection of exquisite dancefloor confessionals from one of the most acclaimed and beloved singers in British pop. Non-Stop features the forthcoming single Call On Me, and Honey If You Love Him, a duet with and written by Perry Farrell (of Jane's Addiction fame), a huge fan of Andy's voice who suggested the alliance. Although Andy's long-running partnership with Vince Clarke in Erasure (recipients of Best British Group at The Brit Awards) remains very much a going concern - since the release of 1986's debut, Wonderland. The singer's second solo album provides a liberating platform for his more clubby, nocturnal, disco-glam side. He has even purposely changed his vocal register and style for much of Non-Stop, putting clear blue water between his soulfully electronic solo voice and his gleaming, poppy Erasure work.
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