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If you thought audio guides of cities were dull, you were probably right. But change is afoot - Glasgow's produced an MP3 that'll take you round the Scottish city's finest music venues, hot spots and landmarks

If you thought city audio guides were dull, you were probably right. But change is afoot - Tennent's Lager and the Glasgow City Marketing Bureau's splendid new guide is an MP3 file that will take you round the Scottish city's most exciting music venues, hot spots and landmarks.

The Glasgow: Sounds Of A Music Capital MP3 can be downloaded to an iPod or other MP3 player; music journalist and DJ Jim Gellatly guides listeners round the city's music venues and creative hot spots, pointing out where top bands such as Franz Ferdinand and Snow Patrol received their inspiration.

You can download it for free from here and - the icing on the white cake - share it with as many of your music mad mates as you like. Drink in the culture Glasgow has to offer, see the famous sights and also get a taste of the new music coming out of the city. As the old saying goes, Glasgow's miles better.