30 years later, and she’s still so unusual.
Ever since she first burst onto the scene, the inimitable Cyndi Lauper has kept us singing and dancing, time after time. And she’s only just begun having her fun! The prolific singer’s going just as strong today — from her GRAMMY and Tony Award-winning Broadway play Kinky Boots, to her continuous work as a LGBT rights activist, to her current stint on the road as a special guest on fellow mega-diva Cher‘s Dressed To Kill Tour.
To celebrate the anniversary of her iconic 1984 debut, Cyndi’s releasing a special edition of her critically acclaimed debut on April 1 called She’s So Unusual: A 30th Anniversary Celebration (iTunes) — and we’re giving away some copies. Want it to be yours?
1 grand prize winner will win…
A deluxe 2-CD edition of She’s So Unusual: A 30th Anniversary Celebration
Ten previously unreleased songs over two audio discs, including 3 brand new remixes by NERVO, Bent Collective, and Yolanda Be Cool, live tracks, early demos and studio outtakes; a brand new essay from Jancee Dunn (co-author of Cyndi Lauper: A Memoir); rare and previously unseen photos by Annie Leibovitz; and the perfect accompaniment for the ultimate fashion icon a reusable sticker set, including vinyl cut outs of Lauper’s cutting-edge outfits and accessories that can be arranged in different combinations on a 3D fold-out backdrop of the bedroom featured in her iconic Girls Just Want To Have Fun music video!
4 runner-up winners will win…
A standard edition of She’s So Unusual: A 30th Anniversary Celebration
Original remastered album and 3 new remixes by NERVO, Bent Collective and Yolanda Be Cool
HOW TO WIN
You want to have fun? It’s easy: Leave a comment below telling us your favorite song from She’s So Unusual and why. Is it tied to a special memory of some kind? Got a funny Cyndi story to share? Give us what you got!
(NOTE: You must register with your e-mail address when leaving a comment. That’s how we’ll contact you if you win!)
The winners will all be selected and notified on Wednesday, April 2. Good luck!
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