HOPE you have been listening to the breakfast gamble this week on Kevs Breakfast Show. We have got some amazing prizes to give away. A trip to see The Bluetones in Madrid, see the Spice Girls in Paris or even an Oasis guitar signed by Noel and Liam. If you've not heard it yet, make sure you tune in tomorrow.

I'm really looking forward to the weekend - of course St Helens take on Warrington in the Super League rugby on Sunday at Anfield - if you want tickets call Anfield on 0151 260 8680.

Good luck Saints.

Here are my three tunes this week for recommendation.

Air - Kelly Watch The Stars

This tune will take a few listens. It's kind of Indie, but has the pop feel as well. But no singing - get some vocals over this great instrumental tune and you've got a hit single.

Track two is better - but you watch this song go with some female vocals on. Needs work.

Natalie Imbruglia - Wishing I Was There

Do you know what I like about Natalie Imbruglia's clothes? You never get sick of seeing them. Good job the music's great. Follow up single to Big Mistake, still very similar. Down the Alanis Morisette/Sheryl Crow line, but very catchy. Probably worth saving your cash and just buying the album.

Robyn - Do You Really Want Me

Robyn's debut single 'Show me Love' hit the charts in a very respectable position - this tune is more catchy and more addictive. Quite a distinctive R&B sound puts her in the same category as Shola Ama. Very easy listening tune, not sure it will get so high in the charts.

NOW it's time for this week's album giveaway.

Before, I mentioned that we were giving away a trip to see the Bluetones in Madrid on the Breakfast Gamble. Well here's your chance to sample their current album. It's called 'Return To The Last Saloon' for your chance to win a copy, simply send your answer to the following question together with your name, address and daytime telephone number to Zoe Garton, St Helens Star Newspaper, YMCA Buildings, Duke Street, St Helens, Merseyside WA10 2HZ. The closing date is Thursday, May 7 1998. Usual Star rules apply.

Question: Name the Bluetones' biggest hit to date?

NOW for this week's North West Top 20.

1 Run DMC/ It's Like That

2 Busta Rhymes/Turn it Up, Fire It Up

3 Celine Dion/My Heart Will Go On

4 The Tamperer/Feel It

5 Savage Garden/Truly, Madly, Deeply

6 187 Lockdown/Kung-Fu

7 Sash!/La Primavers

8 Leann Rimes/How Do I Live

9 Billie Myers/Kiss The Rain

10 Ultra Nate/Found A Cure

11 Tzant/Sounds Of The Wickedness

12 Missy Elliott/Beep Me 911

13 K-CI and JoJo/All My Life

14 Robbie Williams/Let Me Entertain You

15 Ultra/Say You Do

16 Spice Girls /Stop

17 Tin Tin Out/Here's Where The Story Ends

18 Tina More/Nobody Better

19 Janet Jackson/I Get Lonely

20 Audioweb/Policeman Skank

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