The Sponsor of this competition is Decca (a division of Universal Music Operations Limited) of 364-366 Kensington High Street, London W14 8NS (“Decca”).


Two entrants will win a copy of the deluxe edition of the new Paul Simon album “So Beautiful Or So What” released by Decca.


No purchase is necessary to enter or win the competition. To enter, simply join up to the Paul Simon mailing list via before midnight on 13 July 2011 supplying your name, email address and country of residence. The first and last name provided by entrants will be the identity of the entrant and, if selected for a prize, the identity of a winner. The use of a bogus name or email address will disqualify an entrant. There is a limit of one entry per person and duplicate entries will be void. By entering the competition, entrants consent to receive additional Paul Simon promotional information via email.


This competition is open to any legal resident of the UK (excluding, for the avoidance of doubt, residents of Eire). Employees (and their immediate families or household members) of Decca and its respective parent companies, affiliates, subsidiaries and agents are not eligible to enter this competition. Decca and its respective parent companies, affiliates, subsidiaries and agents are not responsible for any lost, late illegible, incomplete, postage due, misdirected or mutilated mail, any electronic miscommunications or failures, technical hardware or software failures of any kind, lost or unavailable connections, or failed incomplete, garbled or delayed computer or mobile phone transmissions which may limit entrant’s ability to participate in the competition.


On 14 July 2011, two winners will be selected at random from all eligible entries received. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. All decisions of Decca are final and binding on the entrants in all respects. The winners will be notified by email by a representative of Decca. Failure to respond and to supply a valid UK postal address within 48 hours will be considered winner’s forfeiture of the prize and an alternate winner may be selected from the pool of eligible entries. Entries and prizes are non-transferable. No substitutions are allowed.


An entrant or winner may be disqualified from the competition if he or she fails to comply with these official rules, as determined in the sole discretion of Decca. Unless prohibited by law, entry constitutes permission to use winners’ and person accompanying the winners’ names in all media for publicity purposes without any further compensation. By entering or accepting a prize in the competition, winners agree to be bound by these terms and conditions and to conform to all laws and regulations.

By entering, participants, winners and persons accompanying the winners, agree to release and hold harmless Decca, its parent, subsidiary and affiliated entities, directors, officers, employees, attorneys, agents and representatives from any damage, injury, death, loss, claim, action, demand or other liability that may arise from their acceptance and/or use of prize or their participation in this promotion, or from any misuse or malfunction of any prize awarded. Decca is not responsible for 1) failed, returned or misdirected notifications based on inaccurate information provided by the winner on entry 2) entries, and responses to winner notifications which are lost, late, incomplete, illegible, unintelligible, misdirected, damaged or otherwise not received by the intended recipient in whole or in part or for computer, mobile phone or technical error of any kind. Decca reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to cancel or suspend this competition should as virus, ‘bug’ or other cause beyond Decca’s control corrupt the administration, security or proper play of the competition. Decca reserves the right to modify the rules of the competition in any way or at any time. This competition shall be governed by English law and by entering the competition all entrants agree that all disputes shall be submitted to the jurisdiction of the High Court of Justice.