run out groove

Run Out Groove is a new vinyl-only label that caters specifically to music fanatics, pressing limited-edition runs of iconic albums, new compilations and unreleased material. Each month, ROG posts a list of potential titles for release and music lovers are invited to vote for the record they want to see released. The winning title is then made available to pre-order for 30 days, and at the end of that period, the number of copies to be pressed is announced, manufactured and then shipped.

This month, our good friends at Run Out Groove have given us two special releases to give away to one lucky reader. ROGV-002, Echo & The Bunnymen’s It’s All Live Now, is limited to 2,987 copies and pressed on 180g black vinyl in a UV gloss, old-school tip-on Stoughton sleeve with brand-new artwork and hard stock insert. It includes never-before seen photographs of the band and liner notes by Will Sergeant. The album is a collection of live material recorded in Sweden and the UK in the mid 1980s, and is available on vinyl for the first time.

ROGV-003, MC5’s The Motor City Five is limited to 2,688 copies. Each copy comes in a single sleeve, silver foil, old-school tip-on Stoughton paper-wrapped jacket. It’s pressed on 180g multi-colour vinyl, individually numbered and accompanied by a 12″x12″ insert with photos and liner notes. This compilation of Elektra and Atlantic recordings by one of rock’s most influential bands, includes an uncensored version of Kick Out The Jams.

In addition to these two exclusive releases, our lucky winner will also receive a Run Out Groove slip mat and record cleaning brush. For more information on Run Out Groove, and to vote on the next release, visit: www.runoutgroovevinyl.com

Terms & Conditions
The closing date is 12.00am GMT 7 September. The editor’s decision is final. This competition is open to over-18s only. For full terms and conditions, please go to anthem-publishing.com/competition-tcs

To be in with a chance of winning just answer this simple question.


Who is the lead singer in Echo & The Bunnymen?

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