'Sons of Anarchy' CD Contest: 'Songs of Anarchy Vol. 2' Is Up for Grabs


We get the hint! You want more 'Sons of Anarchy' -- as if the message wasn't clear enough after you all voted the series the Best of 2012. In answer to your prayers, we've got one free copy of the 'Sons of Anarchy' soundtrack to give away.

'Sons of Anarchy: Songs of Anarchy Vol. 2' is now available for purchase, featuring music straight out of the FX series. On top of hearing a collection of music recorded for the show, Jane's Addiction fans will be treated to a never-before-heard recording of "Sympathy for the Devil," which is exclusive to the 'Songs of Anarchy Vol. 2' CD. 'SOA' star and Golden Globe winner Katey Segal is also featured on the soundtrack, performing an equally new rendition of "To Sir, With Love." Take that!

Unfortunately, we've only got one copy, so enter your email into the form at the bottom of the page for a chance to win by Friday, February 1, at which time the contest will end and one winner will be announced.

For those of you not wishing to enter the contest, but still want your own copy, click on over to the official FX online store for ordering information.

Here's the complete track list:

1. "Sympathy For The Devil," Jane's Addiction
2. "The Lost Boy," Greg Holden
3. "The Passenger," Alison Mosshart & The Forest Rangers
4. "He Got Away," Noah Gundersen & The Forest Rangers
5. "To Sir With Love," Katey Sagal & The Forest Rangers
6. "Higher Ground," Franky Perez & The Forest Rangers
7. "Lights," Battleme & The Forest Rangers
8. "The Unclouded Day," Audra Mae & The Forest Rangers
9. "Coal War," Joshua James
10. "Time," Battleme & The Forest Rangers
11. "Travelin’ Band," Curtis Stigers & The Forest Rangers
12. "Family," Noah Gundersen
13. "No Milk Today," Joshua James & The Forest Rangers

'Sons of Anarchy: Songs of Anarchy Vol. 2,' featuring music by Jane's Addiction, is now available for purchase.
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