For a limited time only, buy any of the albums listed below and get a FREE 11 track Dew Process Summer Sounds 2011 sampler, featuring tracks from Bluejuice, Seeker Lover Keeper, The Living End, The Grates, The Panics, Jebediah, Ben Lee, Dropkick Murphys, Fitz & The Tantrums, Last Dinosaurs and Guineafowl.
BLUEJUICE - COMPANY (Out 11 Nov)
SEEKER LOVER KEEPER - SEEKER LOVER KEEPER (SPECIAL EDITION OUT NOW)
THE LIVING END - THE ENDING IS JUST THE BEGINNING REPEATING
THE GRATES - SECRET RITUALS
THE PANICS - RAIN ON THE HUMMING WIRE
JEBEDIAH - KOSCIUSZKO
BEN LEE - DEEPER INTO DREAM
DROPKICK MURPHYS - GOING OUT IN STYLE
FITZ & THE TANTRUMS - PICKIN' UP THE PIECES
Feedbackpatrick palmer (29 January 2013 21:37:28)
Bought Company Bluejuice same question how do you download the sampler please? Richard (23 January 2013 18:16:12)
Bought The Grates-Secret Rituals. Same sticker re The sampler.
How do we download it?
g6tcn6 marc (20 November 2012 10:34:42)
same as others have purchased the album how can i download the artist sampler? many thanks travis Albrecht (09 September 2012 13:40:43)
how do i download the sampler. just bought blue juice cd. nikki (02 June 2012 12:13:45)
purchased the jebediah kosciuszko album at their show. sticker on the front says i can download the sampler online here.
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