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It's Friday and two media giants are slugging it out in the battle for weekend readers.
They have chosen their weapons and they are...
...Sarah Jessica Parker and Echo and the Bunnymen.
In the Daily Mail corner, there's nattily-dressed New Yorker SJP, trained by veteran Paul Dacre.
And in the Times Corner, seasoned coach Rupert Murdoch is pep-talking scruffy Scousers Ian McCulloch and the boys.
It's the latest round in giveaways, a subject oft-debated in these pages in the past.
When the Mail lands on doormats on Saturday, nestled between its pages will be Honeymoon in Vegas, starring SJP and Nicolas Cage (who may have been getting a little confused during filming - last time in Vegas drunk and sad, this time romantic and happy).
But buyers of the Times tomorrow will have to traipse to WHSmith or send off a form in order to receive Echo's offering Ocean Rain.
It's hardly a fair fight under these terms but may the best musician / actress win.
Interestingly, the Times has been mining the rich tradition of 80s indie bands in the last few weeks. Previous to Echo, New Order and The Jesus and Mary Chain have been subject to the same giveaway.
Is this a nod to the radical youth of its 30- and 40-something readers?
The Mail has also chosen to reheat the 80s in its CD covermounts in recent weeks but has gone for safer, less political singers - Paul Young, Haircut 100 etc
If other newspapers were to give away CDs or DVDs this weekend, what should they be and why? Tell us using the comments form below.