Contest: Win The Japanese Popstars’ ‘Take Forever’ 12-inch featuring Robert Smith

Irish electronic trio The Japanese Popstars next week will release a limited-edition 12-inch single featuring remixes of “Take Forever,” the track they recorded with Robert Smith of The Cure on vocals — and thanks to the fine folks over at Astralwerks, one lucky Slicing Up Eyeballs reader can win that plus a signed copy of the group’s recent 12-inch remix set featuring an exclusive Depeche Mode mix.

One randomly selected winner of this Japanese Popstars prize pack will receive:

  • A copy of the “Take Forever” limited-edition 12-single, out in the U.K. next week. The record features four remixes of the track, including Smith’s own RS@Home Remix (which you can stream here), plus the Attaque Remix, the Deadstock 33S Remix and the Raw Man Remix. (The remix package also is available digitally through the major online outlets.)
  • An autographed copy of The Remixes limited-edition 12-inch EP — which we also gave away earlier this year — featuring exclusive mixes of Depeche Mode’s “Peace,” 30 Seconds to Mars’s “Closer to the Edge” and Kylie Minogue’s “Better Than Today.” (For DM completists, this is the only way to get “Peace” on 12-inch vinyl, since that single famously wasn’t issued.)

To enter, simply drop a comment below — any comment. We’ll take entries until noon EST Friday, Nov. 11. After that point, we’ll randomly select a winner, who will be contacted via e-mail — so please remember to use a legit address. The winner must claim his or her prize within a week of being e-mailed, after which point a new winner will be selected.

UPDATE: The contest is now open to anyone in the world.




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