Both contracts were recording contracts, whereby the defendants' desire to become recording artistes was being achieved. True, some of the terms appear to be onerous, or may even, perhaps, be labelled as unconscionable. But at the same time, these terms were not new terms, but merely those which were already known to the defendants, by virtue of the first contract. Gary Chew had explained to them the salient features of the terms of the first contract. The defendants had accepted it and had acted upon it under the first contract for eight months. The defendants cannot now, therefore, be heard to say that they were not aware of the terms of the second contract or that it was an unconscionable bargain. Further, it must be borne in mind, that the second contract made no radical changes to the nature of the recording contract itself.