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The Unsigned Guide 2007 2nd UK Edition is out NOW!

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THE UNSIGNED GUIDE RETURNS WITH WHOPPING 2ND UK EDITION!!

Fully updated and revised with coverage spanning the whole of the UK plus 3 BRAND NEW SECTIONS.

The indispensable grass-roots music directory covering everything you could possibly need as a new, emerging, unsigned band or musician is back and better than ever before!

The new edition of The Unsigned Guide weighs in at a whopping 872 pages packed with essential contact information for over 11,500 music industry contacts and organisations for England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Fully researched & updated, the new edition contains masses of new industry contacts, with telephone numbers, email addresses and much more. All coupled with hugely useful hints and pointers about how to progress in the music industry, theres information here to make the music business accessible to any band or musician. The Unsigned Guide contains listings for everyone you would ever think to call from record company A&R, management companies, radio stations, publishing companies, recording studios to press and media contacts, instrument shops, UK venues and promoters.

In addition, this brand new second UK edition also boasts 3 brand new sections for Producers, UK Festivals and Industry Conferences & Seminars. There are also some very useful forewords written by organisations such as Musicians Union, IFPI, MCPS-PRS Alliance and BPI, as well as contributions from Glastonbury Festival, Sunday Best Recordings & In The City. A sure fire way to help you steer your way through the music industry!!

No other music industry directory promises to be such a comprehensive resource for unsigned bands, musicians, music students or managers. If youre serious about your music (and you live in the UK!), The Unsigned Guide UK Edition Two is undoubtedly one of the most important buys youll make this year. Essential, its as simple as that.

For full contents, more information or to order your copy please visit:

The Unsigned Guide - The Definitive Music Industry Resource or MySpace.com - The Unsigned Guide - Manchester, UK - www.myspace.com/theunsignedguide

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Hey,

was just wondering if any one had ever bought one of these in the past? I have heard that they are worth the money! Has any one found it useful for their band?

Cheers

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Hey,

was just wondering if any one had ever bought one of these in the past? I have heard that they are worth the money! Has any one found it useful for their band?

Cheers

Worthy and relatively small outlay. Consider it an investment...

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There's honest to god, soooooooooooooo many things in it that you'll just never get through all of it. Some of it can be kinda trivial and stupid, also the bigwig companies NEVER get back. It's banter to try anyway :up:

we bought the 2006 edition and loved it, we'll definintly be getting the 2007 edition as it's been updated with better features.

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There's honest to god, soooooooooooooo many things in it that you'll just never get through all of it. Some of it can be kinda trivial and stupid, also the bigwig companies NEVER get back. It's banter to try anyway :up:

we bought the 2006 edition and loved it, we'll definintly be getting the 2007 edition as it's been updated with better features.

Was it worth it though? What did it help you achieve?

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Was it worth it though? What did it help you achieve?

Well, considering the actually edition itself was a gift to the band, it makes the recognition gained from posting demo's out that little bit sweeter. :D

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Is it spam though? Is it not marketing something highly useful for a lot of aberdeen-music users? Haven't checked the rules on spam for this site, so it's more of a question than a disagreement.

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You could probably make a good argument for it being spam, but it's a product that is very much relevent and useful to the core user base of this site so there's no need to remove it.

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I may be getting a copy that can be used for referencing in my wee library at Peacock Visual Arts reception. They are installing a small reading, drop in area so you will be able to come in and use the books with somewhere to sit.

This post cancels out the Spam effect. :up:

Although, as stated, it's a very useful and relatively inexpensive tool for bands, musicians, managers etc. So I'm not feeling the spam too much.

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