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ISBN:0099531879
Author: Tim Thornton
ISBN13: 978-0099531876
Title: Death of an Unsigned Band
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Language: English
Category: British and Irish
Publisher: Random House UK; Reprint edition (November 1, 2011)
Pages: 394

Death of an Unsigned Band by Tim Thornton



Tim Thornton was born in Darlington in 1973. Despite a boarding-school education and a degree in Drama, his adulthood has largely been spent playing the d Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. See this thread for more information. Not to be confused with gist Tim Thornton, Historian Tim Thornton or Yachting/IT expert Tim Thornton. Tim Thornton was born in Darlington in 1973. In 2010 Tim's years of being in bands (9 unsigned, 2 signed) climaxed in a second novel, Death of an Unsigned Band, which contains a further 12,000 sentences, some of which contain verbs.

Tim Thornton& new novel is a hilarious fly-on-the-wall trip round the outskirts of the music industry, with a valuable lesson: unsigned bands never become signed bands. They have to die first. Being an unsigned band isn& a situation - it& a mental illness. Few people realise they& suffering from this affliction. Russell Groom knows, and he wants to change things fast. But Russell doesn& fit the traditional rock-star mould, and his woefully unexceptional band are headed nowhere, inhabiting a world of cramped and sweaty rehearsal rooms, crap day jobs, empty gigs and interminable trips down the A303 to dodgy festival slots in Wiltshire.

Tim Thornton, Historian Tim Thornton or Yachting/IT expert Tim Thornton. Despite a boarding-school education and a degree in Drama, his adulthood has largely been spent playing the drums, currently for alt-blues act Fink. In 2006 he escaped from behind the drumkit and headed for his laptop where he attempted to do what few drummers had done before: string a written sentence together.

Thornton J. Tim. Being an unsigned band isn't a situation - it's a mental illness. Few people realise they're suffering from this affliction. But Russell doesn't fit the traditional rock-star mould, and his woefully unexceptional band are headed nowhere, inhabiting a world of cramped and sweaty rehearsal rooms, crap day jobs, empty gigs and interminable trips down the A303 to dodgy festival slots in Wiltshire

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Tim Thornton (born 1973) is an English musician, composer and novelist. He is best known as the drummer and guitarist for the English electronica group Fink. It follows a young man's obsession with a band. His second novel, Death Of An Unsigned Band, was published by Cape in July 2010. This also has a music-industry setting. His third novel Felix Romsey's Afterparty will be published by Unbound in Spring 2018. Thornton is a regular blog contributor to The Huffington Post. Vintage Books author biography.

Russell knows that his band is going nowhere, and the prospect of a life consisting only of a grim day job and some depressing creative exercises is getting him down. But when Josh turns up with a potential way out, it's not quite the way Russell, or any of the other band members, would have envisaged. The story is told partly in traditional narrative and partly in documentary format

A hilarious fly-on-the-wall trip around the outskirts of the music industry, with a valuable lesson: unsigned bands never become signed bands—they have to die first