Music is somewhat of a universal language. A song can move us to tears, make us dance like buffoons, and steep us in long-lost memories. Researchers know we tend to dislike new things at first, but grow fond of them with time and repeated exposure. So, with new music, ignore your initial reaction and listen again. And again. New beauties are ever being revealed from time to time, and more and more pleasure comes from fuller appreciation and understanding.
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With our ears set to shuffle since the death of the CD, only the vinyl fetishists seem to do it any more. Consequently we can end up believing we have solid opinions on records we may never have given our honest and sustained attention. Watching it blow his mind, I changed mine.
"Highway to Hell" by AC/DC
Why do we like music? Like most good questions, this one works on many levels. We have answers on some levels, but not all. We like music because it makes us feel good. Why does it make us feel good? Using magnetic resonance imaging they showed that people listening to pleasurable music had activated brain regions called the limbic and paralimbic areas, which are connected to euphoric reward responses, like those we experience from sex, good food and addictive drugs. Those rewards come from a gush of a neurotransmitter called dopamine. As DJ Lee Haslam told us, music is the drug.
Subscriber Account active since. Others were received terribly by critics, but are still adored by people today. All together, we've formed a definitive list of the songs everyone should listen to in their lifetime. This song holds the number two spot on Billboard's greatest adult pop songs of all time list. This classical tune is a movie favorite. It's been featured in "Twilight," "Giant," and "Ocean's Eleven" to name a few. It was composed in memory of those who lost their lives at Columbine High School on April 20, , and to honor the survivors. It is offered as a tribute to their great strength and courage in the face of a terrible tragedy. I hope the work can also serve as one reminder of how fragile and precious life is and how intimately connected we all are as human beings.