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Competition// Win an A3 lithograph Hauschka Poster!

Competition// Win an A3 lithograph Hauschka Poster!

by The 405 (Google+), 13 April 2011

We didn't realise this week would be dominated so heavily by Hauschka but we're not complaining. It started with a record review (here), then an album stream (here) and now a competition to win an A3 lithograph Hauschka poster. Woah.
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For your chance to win one of these posters, answer this very simple question. What's the name of Hauschka's new album? a) Salon des Amateurs b) Salon des Awesome c) Salon des Awful Send you answers to thefouroh5@gmail.com

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