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Competition: Saint Etienne

Saint Etienne recently re-released two seminal albums, Tiger Bay and Finisterre, and to celebrate we’ve got three copies of each to give away.

The band’s unique sound, which fuses pop, folk, indie and electronic influences, continues to resonate with music fans the world over.

Tiger Bay was Saint Etienne’s second Top 10 album, and saw them work with Underworld, Shara Nelson, Stephen Duffy, arranger David Whitaker, and Birmingham neo-dubsters Original Rockers to create a windblown but lush record, echoing its oil painting cover. Previously unheard bonus tracks on disc two include an abandoned sequel to “Mario’s Cafe” called “Black Horse Latitudes” (set in the evening, in a Tufnell Park pub), and the perky “Wedding Of Stacy Dorning” which looked forward to the sunshine pop of 1998’s “Good Humor”.

Finisterre was a love/hate letter to London, with its iconic image of the collapsed Ronan Point on the cover, recorded at a time of mass demonstrations against the government and just after folk hero Ken Livingstone had been elected Mayor. Alternately harsh and gentle, electronic and thrumming, it included the nu-disco call-to-arms single “Action”. Unreleased tracks on the second disc of the deluxe edition include the near-mythical Dr Who-sampling “There There My Brigadier”, and a tribute to the mysterious Aqualad who resides under the Thames, waiting for his moment to take the city back from the financiers and to open up the Post Office Tower’s revolving restaurant once again.

Both albums have been re-released as deluxe editions featuring the original album, an extra disc of session tracks and b-sides and extensive sleeve-notes.

All you have to do is answer this simple question: Where did Saint Etienne get the inspiration for their name? All answers can be emailed to competitions@juno.co.uk. Each prize winner will receive a CD copy of Tiger Bay and Finisterre. The competition closes on Monday, May 17.