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The List has got together with FOPP to oiier a staggering vinyl bonanza In this special Bock Report competition. The First Prize winner stands to be better oti to the tune oi 150 LPs/cassettes or
100 CDs oi their choicel And there are two runner-up prizes at
10LPs/cassettes or 7 (:08!
The three branches oi F0 PPiardsome oi the best places in Central is f- : Scotland to get hold oi indies"; imports and mainstream music, " covering everything irom dance, jazz, soul and took to rock, pop, house and cut-price classics.
The Glasgow shops are at 98 Rentieid Street (041 332 9657) and! Byres Road (opp Safeway) andthe Edinburgh branch is at42/44'». Cockburn Street (031 220 0133).
Featured here are two out at tour collages that are currently on display in the windows at all three FOPP shops. To quality iorthe draw, simply list at leastten olthe albums and artists thatappear on any oi the tour collages. This will give you a chance oiwinning
one oi the runner-up prizes.
For a chance ot winning the tantastic First Prize you should also list as many albums and artists appearing on the collages as possible, and the winnerwill be the one who names the most(in the event at a tie, the entries will go into anotherdraw).
So rush oil down to your local FOPP with pen and paper and send in your entry by 9 December when the draw will take place. (Winners’ names will be published in the 21 December issue at The List.)
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Send to FOPP RECORD COMPETITION, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh EH11TE.
IOThe List 24 November— 7 December 1989