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Win U2's 'Achtung Baby' Super Deluxe Box Set

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November 11, 2011 1:00 PM ET
U2 'Achtung Baby' Super Deluxe Box Set
U2 'Achtung Baby' Super Deluxe Box Set

U2's Achtung Baby has been described – by Bono, no less – as "the sound of four men chopping down The Joshua Tree." The landmark album that shoved the biggest band of the Eighties squarely into the Nineties turned 20 this year, and we're giving away the Super Deluxe edition box set in this Rolling Stone sweepstakes. See official rules here.

One lucky reader will win: One (1) copy of the 10-disc box, which includes six CDs, four DVDs, a hardback book and 16 art prints.

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