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Winners of the Free Scion v.18 by Darko cd contest!




We have 6 winners of the Scion contest.

The right answers to our questions was.
Q1. Toyota & Beyond with Ninja Tune
Q2. Devlin
Q3. Scion volume 13

And the lucky winners are:
Romain Labouree, France
Frederick Lavoie, Canada
Ignacio Irazoqui, Argentina
Jean-Baptiste Laumond, France
Jordan Clymer, USA
Anders Jönsson, Sweden

The cd's will be shipped out this week.

Congratz to everyone, and to those that wasn't that lucky, there might be more contests in the future for another try.
ZaM
Djouls

Djouls

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ignacio irazoqui a.k.a. NACHO ignacio irazoqui a.k.a. NACHO ·  10 November 2007, 11:17

mil gracias por estos concursotes.
se los agradecen los djs latinos
nachopancho
peace desde rosario argentina y sigan con este sitiazo
we are ninjas!

JB JB ·  15 November 2007, 03:39

Merci beaucoup!!!
Je vais pouvoir impressionner mes amis en disant, ouais, bèh j'ai un CD que vous n'avez pas.
Un gros bravo pour votre site au passage.


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