1.||The History of Halloween Music|
Some may debate whether Bobby Pickett's "Monster Mash" or the beginning of Johann Sebastian Bach's "Toccata and Fugue in D minor" was the first music to unequivocally be associated with Halloween, while other's may insist that nothing truly scary made an ...
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2.||Halloween Ringtones Always a Treat|
It never fails. Living in the city and taking public transportation to work inevitably leads to overhearing other people's phone calls. Cell phones are so prevalent that I can't imagine anyone who doesn't have one, which means most people can get phone calls almost anywhere, at any ...
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3.||International Music Increasing in Popularity in the U.S.|
International or world music has never been one of the most popular genres for U.S. audiences, perhaps due to the adherence of American youth culture to trendsetting musical styles. In recent years, however, international music has become ...
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4.||Internet Videos Gaining in Popularity|
Digital shorts available through sites such as http://video.ez-tracks.com/ and www.youtube.com are increasing in popularity as more and more internet users are seeking out homemade, music and other types of video files for entertainment.
As the user driven format has grown over the years, internet savvy individuals have taken note ...
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5.||Corporate Advertising Breathes New Life into Classic Rock|
Whether it's Led Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll" playing to the baby boomer generation on behalf of General Motors or Mountain's "Mississippi Queen" helping to set the tone for a steamy Budweiser commercial, corporations are turning to well known rock anthems to help push their ...
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