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Win Warren Zevon's Remastered CDs ... TODAY!

Like no other singer-songwriter of his generation, Warren Zevon addressed murder, desperate passion, espionage, crippling loneliness, and f**k-you excess with a lethal wit and confessional grace that remain unrivaled.

When the singer-songwriter-pianist succumbed to lung cancer in 2003, the music world lost a truly original voice. Rhino honors Zevon’s brilliant lyrics, poignant melodies, withering wit, and devastating satire with a trio of reissues that revisit two of his finest studio efforts, plus a stunning live album.

Remastered and expanded with previously unreleased bonus tracks, 'Excitable Boy,' 'Stand In The Fire,' and 'The Envoy' each became available this past March 27 at all retail outlets and at for a suggested list price of $18.98, $11.98, and $11.98 respectively. And at all digital music providers for a suggested retail price of $9.99. Additionally, there is an exclusive album-only iTunes version featuring rare photos available for $9.99.

Originally released in 1978 — and produced by Jackson Browne and Waddy Wachtel — 'Excitable Boy' made Zevon a star. Includes the essential signature songs "Werewolves Of London" and "Lawyers, Guns And Money." Also features "Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner," "Excitable Boy," "Accidentally Like A Martyr," and other Zevon classics. Four previously unissued bonus treasures include an alternate version of "Werewolves," a solo piano version of "Tule's Blues," and an outtake of "I Need A Truck." In-depth liner notes by Rolling Stone senior writer David Fricke.

The reflective 1982 masterpiece Zevon once described as "The Excitable Boy Grows Up," 'The Envoy' makes its CD debut with this release. Highlights include the title track, the moving "Never Too Late For Love," "The Hula Hula Boys," and "The Overdraft," a co-write with novelist Thomas McGuane featuring a ripping Lindsey Buckingham solo. Four previously unreleased tracks include outtakes of "Word Of Mouth" and "Wild Thing," and the romantically skewed gem "Let Nothing Come Between You." Liner notes by Rolling Stone editor David Wild.

Recorded at L.A.'s Roxy theatre in 1981, this long-out-of-print live album features the two unforgettable original songs Zevon debuted on that year's tour, "The Sin" and "Stand In The Fire." Also includes searing versions of "Lawyers, Guns And Money," "Werewolves Of London," "Poor, Poor Pitiful Me," "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead," "Mohammed's Radio," and "Jeannie Needs A Shooter" (a co-write with Bruce Springsteen) among other stellar performances. Four previously unreleased cuts include "Johnny Strikes Up The Band," "Frank And Jesse James," and "Hasten Down The Wind." New liner notes feature an essay by Rolling Stone senior writer David Fricke.

So, if you would like to win one (1) of these new remastered Warren Zevon CDs (our choice), and you think you're a huge Zevon fan, just answer this easy question: Zevon oversaw music for a short-lived revival of a certain NBC television series nack in the early 90s, even contributing that series' main title theme. What was the name of that NBC show and what was the name of that song?!

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

'Excitable Boy' CD Purchase Link

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'The Envoy' CD Purchase Link

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'Stand In The Fire' CD Purchase Link

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