We can’t wait for Record Store Day Black Friday to get here. We’ve been anticipating the holiday since the list of official releases was unveiled -- and since then, we’ve been perfecting our wish list and figuring out which indie shops we need to hit up.

Ahead of Black Friday, Diffuser is beyond excited to partner with Madison Gate Records and Legacy Recordings to give away a copy of the official soundtrack of the critically-acclaimed film, ‘American Hustle,’ on vinyl. And we’re making it as easy as possible!

Housed in a beautiful gatefold jacket, the limited-edition double-LP is pressed on red and blue wax and features six songs not found on the CD version. From the Bee Gees and Elton John to the Temptations and David Bowie, the soundtrack highlights all of the great music from the movie.

And even though ‘American Hustle’ won’t hit record stores until Black Friday as an official ‘RSD First Release,’ we’ve got a copy with your name on it. All you have to do is follow @DiffuserFM on Twitter and retweet the below message:

We told you it was easy! We’ll draw the winner at 12PM ET on Wednesday, Nov. 26 -- that way you’ll know if you need to keep ‘American Hustle’ on your Black Friday wish list or not. (Read our official contest rules here.)

‘American Hustle’ Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Track List
Side One
‘Jeep’s Blues’ -- Duke Ellington
‘Dirty Work’ -- Steely Dan (Not on CD release)
‘A Horse With No Name’ -- America
’10538 Overture’ -- Electric Light Orchestra
‘I’ve Got Your Number’ -- Jack Jones

Side Two
‘White Rabbit’ -- Mayssa Karaa
‘I Feel Love’ -- Donna Summer
‘Don’t Leave Me This Way’ -- Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
‘Delilah’ -- Tom Jones

Side Three
‘Live and Let Die’ -- Wings
‘How Can You Mend a Broken Heart’ -- Bee Gees
‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’ -- Elton John
‘Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone’ -- The Temptations (Not on CD release)

Side Four
‘I Saw the Light’ -- Todd Rundgren (Not on CD release)
‘Long Black Road’ -- Electric Light Orchestra
‘The Jean Genie’ -- David Bowie (Not on CD release)
‘Stream of Stars’ -- Jeff Lynne
‘The Coffee Song’ -- Frank Sinatra (Not on CD release)
‘It’s De-Lovely’ -- Ella Fitzgerald (Not on CD release)
‘Irving Montage’ -- Danny Elfman

‘American Hustle’ Original Motion Picture Soundtrack -- 'RSD First Release'