Win Paul McCartney's 'Kisses on the Bottom' Deluxe Set and Lithograph

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February 1, 2012 4:30 PM ET
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Paul McCartney, 'Kisses On The Bottom'

Paul McCartney's new album, 'Kisses on the Bottom,' will be released on February 7th, just in time for Valentine's Day. The album is a collection of standards that McCartney grew up listening as a child, plus two new compositions – 'My Valentine' and 'Only Our Hearts.' McCartney got a little help from his friends for the set, namely Grammy-winning producer Tommy LiPuma, Diana Krall and her band, as well as guest appearances from Eric Clapton and Stevie Wonder.

To celebrate Paul McCartney's first studio album in five years, and to help one lucky winner celebrate a special date with their Valentine, we're giving away a 'Kisses on the Bottom' deluxe prize package in this Rolling Stone sweepstakes. See official rules.

One lucky winner will win: (1) 'Kisses on the Bottom' Deluxe Set; (1) limited-edition lithograph of the album cover; and (1) $100 Amex gift card. Five runner-up winners will each win: (1) 'Kisses on the Bottom' CD.

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