TVD Vinyl Giveaway: Regina Spektor,
“You’ve Got Time” 7″ Orange Test Pressing

Though Grammy-nominated artist Regina Spektor wasn’t able to attend this year’s Grammys, she is participating in the upcoming Record Store Day.

Born in the Soviet Union, singer-songwriter Regina Spektor emigrated to New York with her family when she was just a young girl. Prior to the move, Spektor took up piano lessons that ultimately led to her passion for music of all sorts. She began writing songs and performing at small cafes and colleges around New York City. Spektor self-released two CDs, 11:11 and Songs, before signing with Sire Records, then releasing several albums, including the popular Begin to Hope, which featured singles “Fidelity” and “The Call.”

A proud supporter of vinyl, Spektor announced on her official site the limited release of a special edition, orange-colored 7″ for Record Store Day. The 7″ features her hit song “You’ve Got Time” on Side A and “Call Them Brothers” on Side B. There will only be 3,000 copies released, but we have something even more special for you to win. We happen to have our hands on one of the test pressings of these limited-edition singles, and in the spirit of celebrating records, we’re giving it away!

The track “You’ve Got Time” became popular after being featured as the title song for the Netflix Original Series Orange is the New Black. “You’ve Got Time” also earned Spektor a Grammy nomination at this year’s ceremony.

To win a super-rare 7″ test pressing of Regina Spektor’s “You’ve Got Time” b/w “Call Them Brothers” in glorious orange vinyl, leave a comment below naming your favorite theme song from a show. Mine would have to be the theme song of Friends, “I’ll Be There For You,” by The Rembrandts.

A winner with a North American mailing address will be chosen a week from today, on Monday, April 14. The record will be shipped after Record Store Day, April 19.

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  • Alex O

    “Bad Reputation” for Freaks and Geeks. One of the all-time great “high school angst” tracks.

  • gabriel

    My favorite would have to be for Freaks & Geek. Bad Reputation by Joan Jett. Fits the show perfect.

  • Trmblr

    ‘This Life’ from Sons of Anarchy. Perfect

  • zinzarin

    There are a lot of great choices; I’m going to give two: for comedies, “The History of Everything” by Barenaked Ladies (Big Bang Theory), and for serious shows, “Game of Thrones Main Title” (Game of Thrones).

  • Nate

    The Facts of Life

  • kjane

    “You’re Standing on My Neck” from Daria. It’s iconic and the ultimate symbol of 90s teen angst.

  • TiaRaeeee

    The Happy Days theme song… Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, HAPPY DAYS! It was one of three actually good shows that played overseas on AFN.

  • zachxgallo

    At Least It Was Here by the 88 from the show community hands down

  • crowbarmark

    step by step!

  • Zachary Zeller

    Has to be Bad Boys by Studio 99 from Cops! That’s a classic!

  • hayden14

    Happy Days!

  • http://selfnarrate.com/ Brandon

    Little Boxes from Weeds!

  • Isaac Peruski

    Bob Dylan’s rendition of Forever Young from the first 3 seasons of Parenthood.

  • nikitajulia

    I’ve always loved “Yahoos and Triangles” by The Refreshments from King of the Hill.

  • Felipe

    Great post. One comment, though: this track does not appear on the album What We Saw From The Cheap Seats.

  • peterspencer10

    “Won’t Get Fooled Again” by The Who for… I don’t know, one of those stupid cop shows. I never have watched it. I usually have to run off and listen to something else by The Who!

  • liddokun

    I’m going to have to go with the Friends theme as well, I’ll Be There For You!

  • mamaji

    Bad Reputation- Joan Jett. Freaks and Geeks

  • StoneNelson

    Nerf Herder’s theme song from Buffy The Vampire Slayer!

  • MelissaKG

    Friends.

  • Ashley

    Bob Dylan’s Forever Young for Parenthood.

  • john

    Tom Waits’ “Way Down in the Hole” for The Wire

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