Retroactive Records along with Liberty N’ Justice are giving away a piece of LNJ history to celebrate the release of LNJ’s “Highly Acclaimed” new CD, “Light It Up”! The CD has an official release date of 1-19-10 but anyone who (has) preorders or orders the CD from (today) 1-10-2010 through 2-15-2010 will be entered in to a drawing for some great giveaways! The CD must be purchased through 1 of 3 websites…
What will you win?
1st Prize:  A 5 String Acoustic Dean Playmate Bass (autographed by Justin Murr & one of the guest
performers on “Light It Up”). This bass was used in the recording of LNJ’s 2007 CD “Independence Day”!
2nd Prize: The Original Master recording CD of “Uncle Sam” which features Sheldon Tarsha of Adler’s Appetite/ Tarsha & Jeff Pilson of Dokken/ Foreigner signed by Justin Murr!
3rd Prize: The Complete LNJ discography!
1992 “Armed With The Cross through 2007’s “Independence Day”!
Drawing Will Be Held 2-20-10 and winners will be notified by email!!!


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