According to APerfectCircle.net, A PERFECT CIRCLE are running a contest, giving the fans the chance to direct the video for their next single, "Blue". The band are looking for "the most creative, arresting, and imaginative" realization in film, animation, or any visual medium, to accompany the new single. So let your imagination run wild! The band will select a winner (based on their video's artistic merit, in case the official rules are unclear of this), who will be awarded $1,000, and if the video is "cool" enough, it will be included on the upcoming DVD. 10 runners-up will also receive a prize package including a picture vinyl LP of "Mer De Noms", a copy of each of APC's Virgin CD and DVD titles, and a personalized autographed poster. Click here to see the official contest rules. Once you're on the street team mailing list, you'll be sent all of the details, such as where to send your videos and what formats will be allowed. You will also be sent a special version of "Blue" to use in your video.
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