Win classic albums on vinyl from the Kinks, Nick Cave, Motorhead


The Kinks
The Kinks (Ray Davies, Dave Davies, Pete Quaife and Mick Avory), circa 1964 and the release of their iconic single "You Really Got Me." (Keystone / Stringer)

"I haven't left the band. I'm still waiting for the phone call to start another tour again." That's what Ray Davies said back in 2010. Five years later, fans of the Kinks feel like a reunion is within reach.

Over the weekend Ray Davies joined his brother Dave Davies on stage at Assembly Hall in London to play the Kinks' iconic hit "You Really Got Me," making it their first public performance since the band officially broke up in 1996 (watch footage of the performance below). Despite the Davies making resentful comments about each other in the past, the brothers appear to be open to reuniting just in time for the forthcoming Julien Temple-directed biopic (release date TBA).

To celebrate a moment in music history that we could only dream of, The Current is giving away vinyl copies of the Kinks' 1964 self-titled debut, the Kinks' Anthology: 1964-1971 five-CD box set, plus Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds' 1996 album Murder Ballads and the 35th anniversary reissue of Motorhead's Ace of Spades on wax. Enter for your chance to win all four using the form below!

Update (Dec. 29, 2015 at 1:45 p.m. CT): This giveaway originally published on Dec. 23, before Motorhead's beloved frontman Lemmy Kilmister lost his battle to cancer on Monday, as shared by his bandmates on Facebook. All the more reason to have Ace of Spades on wax. We'll miss ya, Lemmy.

The Kinks/Motorhead/Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Vinyl Giveaway

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