THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED AND THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED

We're jumping straight in with another competition after our A Royal Affair giveaway. To celebrate our growingly popular soundtrack reviews section, this time we're offering the chance to win the soundtrack to Resident Evil: Retribution on CD and we have three copies to give away. Details of how to enter are below, but first here's more on the soundtrack from its press release:

As Halloween 2012 approaches, Warner Music Group release the sinister and bass-ridden soundtrack for ‘Resident Evil: Retribution’, composed by the notorious production duo TOMANDANDY. The next instalment in the hugely popular ‘Resident Evil’ series features the pulsating and progressive electronic beats that TOMANDANDY are known for, however this time the duo have created a number of striking orchestral compositions, adding to the intense and epic nature of the soundtrack.

The album also features an end credit song produced by dubstep heavyweight Bassnectar and an exclusive remix of ‘Flying Through The Air’ by rising talent T-Mass. The music on this album provides a perfectly fitting accompaniment to the film’s story line: Alice (Milla Jovovich) is captured by the Umbrella Corporation once again, and awakens in the heart of their operation facility. As she moves further in the complex, more of her past is unveiled and she continues to hunt for those responsible for the outbreak. Her quest takes her and her newfound allies from Tokyo to New York, Washington D.C. and Moscow.

After rising to fame for composing the soundtrack to the 1994 hit film ‘Killing Zoe’ , TOMANDANDY went on to compose a series of emotionally charged film scores including 2002’s ‘Rules Of Attraction’, 2006’s celebrated horror-fest ‘The Hills Have Eyes’ and 2011’s ‘Resident Evil: Afterlife’. Their soundtrack to ‘Resident Evil: Retribution’ may well be their finest work to date - a rare gem for those who appreciate their music and a special collector’s item for the legion of Resident Evil fans worldwide.

The soundtrack is available to buy now on CD.

To be in with a chance of winning, post your own caption for the image below in the comments section and email the comment (subject - 'Resident Evil Competition') along with your postal address to: info@blueprintreview.co.uk. Our staff will pick out their favourite 3 comments as the winners.

As ever the competition is only open to residents of the UK – one entry per person and Blueprint: Review contributors are not eligible. The competition ends on 30th November 2012 at 12pm. Winners will be contacted by email soon after that date.

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7 Responses

  1. David Brook

    We had some problems after changing servers and lost the last week or two’s worth of comments, including all of the competition entries – luckily we still have everybody’s details on file, so if you entered previously you’re still in with a chance.

    Here were the captions we had so far:

    say you love blueprint or you die

    let me show you the quick way of adding colour to white walls.

    It’s no good crying like a baby: I’m the Hall Monitor, and you WERE running in the corridor!

    Britney Spears stint as a judge on American X Factor didn’t impress everyone.

    I warned you and warned you, now you have done this is the last time you slip your leash, mummy is not happy

    Hooker Girl Chic? Please. I should put you out of your misery for even THINKING of wearing something like that! It’s all about the leather…

    THE WIFE SWAP FROM FUTURISTIC USA RULE CHANGE WAS A LITTLE DRASTIC.

    Im Mrs Paul Anderson so no Resident Evil 6: Flogginadeadhorseation for you!

    They say blondes have more fun…..I disagree

    love the site guys!

    “Of course I looked Flushed you`ve just pulled the Chain.”

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  2. Valerie Ganne

    I’m sorry! All I can say in my defence is that you don’t tip toilet attendants in Britain.

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  3. Martin Lockhart

    “Look, I decluttered and made the colour scheme neutral. What more do you want?” – Sadly, the pilot for ‘Milla Jovovich: Estate Agen’t failed to find an appropriate audience.

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