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Competition: Your chance to rewind the hits to play again and again.

Rewind - The Album Mixed by the Artful Dodger is a double album featuring the phattest and funkiest tunes from the UK Garage scene.

And to celebrate the Ministry of Sound's fantastic new album The Birmingham Post is offering the chance for one lucky reader to win the album, T-shirt, crate of Moet champagne and a puffa jacket and five runners-up will receive a Rewind album.

Rewind has been mixed by none other than chart topping Artful Dodger. It contains over 40 tracks ranging from Garage classics such as Bobby D'Ambrosio's Moment of My LIfe right through to the bubbling tunes of the moment from the likes of Artful Dodger, DJ Luck & MC Neat and Basement Jaxx.

Rewind gives a flava of what's happening in the Garage scene around the UK.

With records such as Sweet Like Chocolate by Shanks and Bigfoot and ReRewind by The Artful Dodger going straight to the top of the charts and Garage clubs springing up around the whole of the country, UK Garage will soon be running the UK dance scene. Rewind gives a definition to the scene, its roots and where it's going in the future.

For your chance to be among our winners write down on a postcard (or the back of a sealed envelope) the answer to the following question: Which chart topping DJ mixed the new Rewind album?

Add your name, address and daytime telephone number and send (to be received no later than Thursday March 2) to: The Birmingham Post Promotions Department, Rewind Competition, 28 Colmore Circus, Birmingham B4 6AX.

Put a tick next to your name if you do not wish to receive further information from The Birmingham Post or other carefully vetted companies.

Alternatively, you can enter by calling the Competition Hot-Line (before the closing date) on 0901 380 1287. Calls cost no more than 25p.

Usual Post rules apply. There is no cash alternative. Winners list is available on request.
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