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Guaranteed Review Service

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Our Guaranteed Review is designed specifically to help the artists looking for an impartial and honest assessment of their music. We ask that you point us to your website, Soundcloud, Bandcamp, Reverb Nation or You Tube Channel so that your music under review consideration can be sampled or alternatively a zip file of an entire album can be sent via Dropbox and Hightail. In most cases you will be notified within a 24 hour period . Send an EMAIL with your request. If you want to submit just a track for review and placement visit HERE.

A professional review will be provided. Our experience covers a broad range of indie and major artists since 1998.

The service entails a review posted on one or several of our blogs dependent on genres and then promoted through our social networking via Facebook, Stumbleupon, Pinterest, Twitter and various applicable Facebook Groups. I can also post on iTunes, Amazon or CD Baby if requested.  You will also be given a choice (or we can choose) a track to feature and promote in the same manner via the Rate The Tracks site (you must either provide an embed code or point us to where it is located). This will include a short review of the track, a snippet from your bio, a link to your website and artwork for the music or picture of the artist or band. Each page created is permanent with a unique link for SEO. You will also have the opportunity to be our Featured Track of The Week on one of the appropriate blogs based on your genre.

*The cost of this package is $50 and you are guaranteed a review within 15 business days*.

**Please note we reserve the right to not review your music and send your payment back.

If you have any questions and do not understand the details of this service please send an email to khannaleck@yahoo.com

If your prefer you can send a CD and money order made out to Keith Hannaleck or click on the Pay Pal button below.

CD's Should Be Sent To:
Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck
PO Box 147
Adams, MA 01220

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