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Win 'Live at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London' NOW!

Together on stage for the first time in more than 30 years, Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent, two founding members of the legendary UK beat group The Zombies, performed live at the Bloomsbury Theatre in London in 2003.

The special concert captures the duo playing the groupís well-known hits along with new songs from As Far As I Can See, the 2004 album that brought Blunstone and Argent together again as The Zombies.

Rhino Records captures this classic concert from one of the most influential and critically revered bands of all time with a double-disc CD set and a DVD. Live At The Bloomsbury Theatre, London will be available on April 3 at all retail outlets and at for a suggested retail price of $24.98 for the CD set and $19.99 for the DVD. The audio release will be available digitally for $13.99.

Their 'Odessey and Oracle' is considered a pop classic, but unfortunately the Zombies had disbanded by the record's 1968 release. Four decades later, eternal versions of that album's "This Will Be Our Year," "A Rose for Emily," "Beechwood Park," "Care of Cell 44," and "Time of the Season" make this 25-song live reunion of founding members Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent worth the effort.

Though no other Zombie was aboard for the 2004 project (including underrated guitarist/vocalist Chris White), Argent's burning keyboards, Blunstone's inimitable voice, and skilled backing musicians assure that the entire band receives its due, particularly on the Odessey selections and nuggets from the singles collection, including Argent's "Tell Her No" and "Indication," Blunstone's "Just Out of Reach," and White's "I Love You."

So, if you would like to win one (1) of these new The Zombies DVDs or CDs (our choice), and you think you're a huge Zombies fan, just answer this easy question: In early 1965, a Zombies song became another big seller in the United States, but had failed to make the Top 40 in the band's native UK (the song was also a hit in 1983 for American vocalist Juice Newton). What was the name of this song?!

Send us your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these brand new DVDs or CDs! Just send us an e:mail here before June 1st with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: ZOMBIES to:

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