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Competition

Win a copy of 19: The 30th Anniversary Mixes

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We have a four copies of Paul Hardcastle‘s recent 19: The Anniversary Mixes compilation to give away…

The album collects 14 versions of the classic track, mixing period twelve-inch remixes with more recent interpretations, including the brand new PTSD Mix. There are two vinyl copies and two CDs to be won and the four winners will be offered a choice between vinyl and CD in the order that they are picked out of the ‘hat’.

How to Enter:
This competition is open to all until noon BST on Friday 3 July 2015. To be in with a chance of winning please follow the instructions below:

  • 1. Subscribe to the free SDE weekly newsletter – click here.
  • 2. Leave a comment – What’s your favourite version of “19”?

If you already receive the newsletter, then please just leave a comment. The winners will be picked at random and announced via the newsletter on Sunday 5 July 2015. Good luck!

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dave

It has to be the destruction mix

Alexey

Destruction mix!

Jeffrey Wunderlich

Destruction Mix is tha bomb!

Ross

Original 7″ mix. Still the best.

Sven

Destruction Mix of course!

Scott Truelove

The final story full 8 minute mix!

Mark Hadwen-Wright

Remember getting the 19 twelve inch vinyl for a christmas present many moons ago – oh happy days.

mrqef

My own using my own 12″ mix – the name of I can’t remember – and my friends mix. We swapped each Friday afternoon and returned them on Monday morning.

IanM

Extended Japanese Mix for me!

Rob

Destruction mix for me.

Eduardo (@lalolalo)

The Destruction Mix.

Herb klein

The video version, I would guess it is the single mix.

Brett smith

The ‘original mix’ will always be my fav!

loved the destruction mix – it was a constant in the record shop I used to own, back when it came out. doubled up with Stan Ridgway’s Camouflage – war-tastic!

Anthony

Destruction mix

Holger Meier

Original

Adrian

Love the extended and destruction mix.

Brian

The original US 12″ mix is my favorite.

pasi

The Final Story 12″

Hassni

Yeah, the Destruction Mix.

John Galilee

The ‘Destruction Mix’ of course!

Eddie

Destruction Mix

Gregory Lecrivain

The 12″ Version. Definitely.

Mike

The original is the classic

Greg

Destruction Mix everytime

artwwweb

At the moment, Destruction mix.

Gary Whitley

It’s the original version for me.

Roman

Destruction mix is for me the finest

Jan Tore Skråmestø

Destruction mix

Simon

Always the original mix!

Darren Lewis

Like one or two here, it’s got to be the Destruction Mix for me.

Stefano Dalmonte

PTSD mix

TMT

I’ll stick with the original version.

Eppo Eppens

the final story for me. And I like versions in different languages

Emanuel

My favorite version is The Final Story

John Bommarito

Destruction mix

Art

Destruction mix.

Andreas B.

I’m a classic, I love the original version. Came in touch with it on my 19th birthday, by chance, so it got stuck in my head forever ;)

Peter Spencer

I only know the original one, and I like that one! Hopefully I’ll win this and be able to educate myself.

Mikey

Has to be Destruction mix

Jens

Destruction mix. But what’s up with the artwork? Looks awful!!

Wolf

For me it is the German (short and long) version, too!

Paul rodford

Yes, the Destruction Mix for me too. I remember playing 19 on university radio as the first single for ages to enter the chart so high.

Trevor Baker

The original, it’s the only one I’ve heard!! Hopefully not for too much longer though…

LedMan

The Destruction mix

Ron

I remember buying a cassette which had “19 minutes of 19” on it, my favorite version.

Victor Bustamante

The 7 inch edit

NuclearNick

Loved the 12″ remix released in ’85.

Luis

The destruction mix, no doubt!

Vils

‘History Keeps Repeating Itself’ mix breathes new life into the classic original