Win vinyl copies of The Smiths and The Queen Is Dead

The Smiths' self-titled debut is 35 years old today

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The Smiths’ eponymous debut album was released 35 years ago today (February 20).

To celebrate this momentous anniversary, we’re giving away two vinyl copies of the album (2011 remaster), along with two copies of The Queen Is Dead (the 5LP box featuring the 2017 master of the album, additional recordings and the ‘Live In Boston’ set).

Order the latest issue of Uncut online and have it sent to your home!

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All you have to do to win a copy of both albums is answer the following question:

Who is the actor depicted on the cover of The Smiths?

a) Terence Stamp
b) Alain Delon
c) Joe Dallesandro

Send your answers to UncutComp@ti-media.com by Friday February 22. The first two correct respondents picked at random from the Uncut inbox will win the LPs.

Remind yourself of what The Smiths sounds like below:

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The April 2019 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with John Lennon on the cover. Inside, you’ll find Keith Richards, Anne Briggs, Edwyn Collins, Lou Reed, Humble Pie, Robert Forster, Jenny Lewis, James Brown and much more. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best of the month’s new music, including Pond, Ex Hex, Hand Habits, Lambchop, Stephen Malkmus, Kel Assouf and Patty Griffin.

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