MusicVault: Give and share album reviews on Twitter

March 29, 2010
By Sharon

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MusicVault, also referred to as MusicVault.fm, takes sharing your music interests to a whole new level.

One of the most common trending topics on Twitter is #nowplaying. This trending topic encourages users to update their status with the song they’re currently listening to.

The MusicVault application combines this popular trending topic with the listen and rate feature on Amazon.com.

Anyone can take advantage of all that MusicVault has to offer. There are no fees, registration or oAuth required.

MusicVault gives users the chance to listen to and rate their favorite albums. You must have a Twitter account and be logged into that account in order to rate an album. Once you finish listening to an album, click on ‘rate this album’. MusicVault will re-direct you to your Twitter page. The name of the album, artist, their percentage rating and a space for your comment will be posted in your status update box. In order to place a legitimate rating, you must post this information, as is, and message it to @musicvaultfm.

The more albums you review, the higher you MusicVault rank. The top vaulters are displayed in a column on the right-hand side. ¬†Each vaulter has their own page with every album they’ve ever reviewed. The albums with the highest reviews are also displayed on the front page.

Another great thing about MusicVault is that you can stream the songs while you work. Music can’t be downloaded to your computer attis time.

MusicVault is a great way to listen to some of your favorite albums. Music is a common interest among millions of Twitter users. Tweeting music reviews is one way to increase your Twitter followers. Fans are always looking for information on Twitter about their favorite artist. If you just so happen to review one of their favorites, they may follow you to see what else you may or may not know.

The information found on MusicVault.fm is provided by last.fm.

Website: (MusicVault.fm)

Twitter:@MusicVaultfm

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