CONTEST: Win Both of Holy Grail’s Albums!!

You read that right!  We are giving away CD copies of both Holy Grail full-length albums, their 2010 debut Crisis in Utopia and their brand new 2013 sophomore release Ride the Void!



The name Holy Grail makes us think of the famous fictional archeologist Indiana Jones and his 1989 quest for that elusive treasure.  We grew up watching that and the other movies, as I am sure many of you have.  And you didn’t grow up on them, you most likely have seen them and like them. If you haven’t seen them…well…your parents don’t love you enough to teach about the classics and you have our pity.  Anyway, we want to know what you have learn from Indy while you joined him on his adventures. Leave us a comment here telling us what you learned from Indy. Alternatively, you can Tweet us your answer with #WhatILearnedFromIndy. Our favorite lesson will win! It doesn’t have to be the most legit lesson either…have some fun with it!

Please DO NOT leave a comment and Tweet; only submit via one or the other. All submissions must be made by 12:00AM Thursday, January 31 as we will be recording Episode 70 that evening.  The winner will be announced in Episode 70, which will be available on February 3, 2013.  The winner will be contacted for their mailing address after the announcement. The contest is open to all listeners everywhere unless prohibited in your country.


    1. Good one on Synchronicity. I was thinking the same thing when I heard the name of that album on the podcast this week. I’ve already dated myself on an earlier comment on this post, so why not continue: I bought Synchronicity by the Police on LP within a year of when it was first released. It is one of the first albums I ever listened to the entire album of. Previously, I would just listen to the singles from an album, as most of the pop stuff I bought at that time when I was a kid would have lots of filler on it. But even though tracks like “Mother” and “Miss Gradenko” can certainly be considered filler, I still listened to them and actually like them. Synchronicity is one of those albums that I liked in my youth that I actually think holds up very well today.

  1. Some of us didn’t need our parents to teach us about those classic movies. Some of us saw all of the Indiana Jones movies in the theaters during their original releases.

    So what did I learn from Indiana Jones and specifically Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade? I learned that George Lucas used up all his creativity in 1989.

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