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So, the Mercury Prize happens soon. Recently the names were announced. Were there many surprises? Not a great deal, although I Am Kloot seemed to be nominated for an appreciation of their overall career. All a bit Ryan Giggs.
We, along with Barclaycard's Unwind Have Your Say campaign, are offering one lucky winner every last one of the albums which have been nominated for this year's Mercury Prize. It's a good lot of albums and to be honest, it's worth it for the Villagers, xx, Wild Beasts and Laura Marling albums alone. Perhaps less so Mumford & Sons, eh?
Anyway, you can win all of these albums:
Biffy Clyro – Only Revolutions
Corinne Bailey Rae – The Sea
Dizzee Rascal – Tongue n' Cheek
Foals – Total Life Forever
I Am Kloot – Sky at Night
Kit Downes Trio – Golden
Laura Marling – I Speak Because I Can
Mumford & Sons – Sigh No More
Paul Weller – Wake Up the Nation
Villagers – Becoming a Jackal
Wild Beasts – Two Dancers
The xx – xx
Haye Your Say is also giving fans the opportunity for fans to quiz the relevant bands at the ceremony itself, which takes place on September 7 in a manner of speaking. To be in with a chance of winning just post what question you'd like to ask any band on the night and the best answer will a) will be asked on the night and b) more importantly you'll win all of the above albums. More details about the campaign here.
Post your answer in the comment section below or via Facebook. Winners will be notified either by PM on this website or on Facebook, by me. Competition closes at Midday August 31, so be quick!
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