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Oasis - Stop the Clocks Competition

Oasis will release their ‘Best Of’ collection, “Stop The Clocks” on November 20th, 2006. To celebrate the release the album will be accompanied by the first ever on the road film of Oasis, “Lord Don’t Slow Me Down” which will be screened in selected cities across the world in November.

You and a friend could be among the first to see it and, even better, you can choose where in the world you go, and get there for free. If that’s not enough you also get five days accommodation thrown in for good measure. From Tokyo to New York and Sydney to London, once the venues are confirmed one lucky winner will be able to choose their dream destination.

“Lord Don’t Slow Me Down”, directed by renowned promo director Baillie Walsh, is compiled from a year’s filming with the band on their mammoth “Don’t Believe The Truth” world tour 2005/6 and follows one of the world’s greatest rock n roll band behind the scenes and in front of the fans across the globe. With unique access to the band throughout the tour, “Lord Don’t Slow Me Down” is the ultimate Oasis documentary and a must see for fans.

To win this superb opportunity, it seems appropriate that you have to prove yourself the ultimate Oasis fan. Whilst we all know that “Stop The Clocks” will be with us in November, the tracklisting is, at the moment, a closely guarded secret, having been chosen by the band from their incredible collection of songs. What we want you to do is tell us what you think the 18 tracks are and the running order in which they appear on the album. We’ve already revealed that “Acquiesce”, “Half The World Away”, “Supersonic”, “Wonderwall” and “The Importance of Being Idle” are on there, which leaves 13 tracks to add and the running order to decipher.

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