The First, The Last, My Everything

Be part of the Club! Each week one lucky music-lover chooses three key records in their life...

The First record they ever bought - The Last record they bought - My Everything - an important song in their life that means everything to them.

Do you fancy hearing your chosen tracks on Mark Radcliffe's Music Club? Tell us which three tracks are your 'First, Last and Everything' and they could be played on the show. Not only that, but if your suggestion is used, you will receive a top-quality sought-after MRMC badge!

Use the form below to send us your record suggestions, with a short explanation of why you have chosen them.

Please note: we can't guarantee that all suggestions will be used, but we thank you for taking the time to contact us.

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