Music

Day 9: Song you played to death...

Guns+N+Roses++Black+N+WhiteThere is a very unique strangeness to liking something...

From music to food and even to other people, it is amazing how something that we hold dear can quickly become something that we loathe.

Music, it seems has the fastest burn rate (because perhaps unlike food which can vary in preparation and humans which can adapt to the situations the recorded music never ever changes).   A person can turn on a song quick... just takes that one listen where this thing you once loved had become thing awful, lame thing that you used to like once, before it became lame.

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Day 8: Drug songs

tom-pettyThere was a point this weekend where I was wondering what was going to unravel this bit faster… the quagmire that has become the site updates, the Apocalypse we are currently living through (what with all the hurricanes and earthquakes we have been seeing), or the debilitating nitrous addiction I am finding more and more undeniable…

But either way, the show does roll on as we find ourselves at Day 8 of this endeavor… and strangely enough, it is rather fitting…

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Day 5: Songs that bring you back...

nkotb-30The Human brain is an amazing thing…

Using an intricate system of electric impulses being shot out within the brain and receptors to interpret them (isn’t it great reading how some burned out hippie has managed to breakdown the impossible wonder that is the Human Memory System into roughly the process that lets you know you lost in Operation???  What did we ever do without the internet???), the human mind is able to bring forth an almost perfect (the flaw is it is presenting in the mind’s own perspective, removing the ability to look upon it subjectively) recreation of the “memory”.

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Day 7: Song that makes you sad...

lady-gagaJust as music was born in order to express happiness, so too did music eventually evolve into an equally effective and efficient way to express sorrow.

From bemoaning a broken heart to crying out to right the wrongs of the world around us, music as an expression of dissatisfaction seems just as natural and just as “right” as it does to use it as an expression of joy.

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Day 4: Song that has used to describe myself...

larsEveryone has an image of themselves that they want to present to the world, and music is a pretty easy way of keying in the rest of the world to what you would like them to get an image of…

Beyou a gangster, a lover, or just some half-a-fag boppin’ your head to whatever club banger you hear between your ears when you close your eyes, the music you listen to (and more over share with others) says a lot about you and what you hold dear.  

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