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This Artist Needs Your Help — But Wait Until You See What’s in It for You

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“Stuck in My Head”

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“When you laugh I hear that sound; it’s stuck in my head.”

The title has proven to be a self-fulfilling prophecy: Nick Fabian’s song “Stuck in My Head” will do just that — get stuck in your head. Give it a quick listen, and you’ll understand the viral attention it has received on Facebook.

But Nick is looking to take it one step further: he wants to hit 10,000 downloads of the song on Noisetrade, and he needs your help.

Easy enough. But get this: It’s free. That’s right. Free.

And it doesn’t stop there. Once Nick’s song hits 10,000 downloads on Noisetrade, everyone who downloaded the song will get an e-mail with a free download of Nick’s entire EP and a three-month subscription to Love Good Music. (Haven’t heard of Love Good Music? We wrote about them here.)

But he has to reach 10,000 downloads. So let’s help Nick out here (and selfishly help ourselves a little too!).

First, like and share this article on Facebook so that more people can get in on this opportunity.

Second, go to Love Good Music to get your free download. You will be asked to enter your e-mail, and you will be sent the link to download “Stuck in My Head” right away. Then, once it reaches 10,000 downloads, you will receive another e-mail with the link to download Nick’s EP and your free three-month subscription to Love Good Music.

Now, what are you waiting for?

—Libby Reichert

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