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Doing The Damage is a promotional service for DJ's ONLY.

Terms & Conditions

Doing The Damage provides a product whose sole intent is the promotional exposure of music and is restricted to use by professional DJ’s only. Use of this product beyond this intent is prohibited.

By entering this site you confirm your statues as a working DJ and confirm that any music you obtain as a result will be used solely for private non-commercial purposes only. Material presented on this site is submitted by artists, producers, labels, managers, PR companies, 3rd party promotion companies and other sources seeking to promote music to professional DJs. This site complies with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and will suspend and delete content from the site when notified by the Copyright Owner or an authorised person representing the Copyright Owner. If you are the author of material or the copyright owner and against it’s use on this site, please contact us immediately.

Disclaimer:

– You may not use this site to distribute or download any material when you do not have the legal rights to do so. This site is an online music promotional service designed for remixes, promo edits, permitted original mixes, bootlegs & mashups. If you are reported to share copyrighted or illegal materials, your account will be deactivated. Though, this site doesn’t take the obligation to check the account contents, but we reserve the right, at our discretion, to audit any materials that are suspected in breaking our terms of use. This site declines all responsibility for the content of the materials stored by users. You agree that your access to the website and use of the services is at your own risk and that you are entirely responsible for any liability or damage you incur through access to the website or use of the services, including but not limited to any claims made against you related to your use of any sound recordings or underlying composition obtained through this Site. You agree that you, as a user, are responsible for paying royalties for the underlying compositions. 

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