Transformers: They’re certainly more than meets the eye. Alien robots with the ability to transform into vehicles? That’s got to be a metaphor for something—the fluidity of identity, maybe? Or maybe it’s meta-commentary on the dangers of consumerism? Whatever it is, the symbolism of the toy line/TV series/film franchise has inspired a number of bands to craft rocking odes to the massively popular characters, which were recently compiled in the album Transformers Roll Out. Released last month by Hasbro and Sony Music, the LP celebrates the metalhead heroes with original songs from bands like Bush, Mount Holly, Crash Kings, and Mew.

To coincide with the release, artists Jim Harper, Don Fedorko, and John Beck have created a one-of-a-kind Crosley C200 Turntable, featuring the visage of the Transformers’ fearless leader, Optimus Prime, etched into the plexiglass lid. Take a look:


That’s one badass turntable. Even more badass is that there’s only one of them—that’s right, this is a one-of-a-kind Transformers turntable, made specifically for us to give away to one of our lucky readers. To win, simply fill out the form below with your information. It’s that easy. And you’ve got until May 20 to do it, which should give you ample time to type you name and email and click “submit.” Full contest details, including terms and conditions, can be found on the below form. And, below that, you can check out the Transformers Roll Out track list and hear the lead single from the album, Mount Holly’s “Roll Out.”

Transformers Roll Out track list:

1. Mount Holly, “Roll Out”
2. Bush, “This House Is On Fire”
3. Crash Kings, “Gigantik”
4. Mew, “Count To Ten”
5. Elle Rae, “Into The Fire”
6. Spurs, “Exiled”
7. Jameson Burt, “Just A Spark”
8. Ours, “Stronger”
9. Darby™, “Modern Man”
10. Born Cages, “Our Revolution”