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Pop Music Has Become Obsessed With Death

Post by Riddick » 01-28-2018 03:56 AM

On the occasion of the 60th Grammy Awards on Sunday, Amy X. Wang and Dan Kopf noticed a rising trend in song lyrics containing “deathly words,” so they that they decided to run a statistical analysis on pop song lyrics going back to 1958. The data supported their hypothesis, and they take a stroll through music history to figure out why morbid thoughts are on the rise. (It’s not just the emergence of hip hop.) FULL STORY

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Re: Pop Music Has Become Obsessed With Death! Hm!

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 02-04-2018 08:45 PM

Captain Obvious says, "Old Rock 'N Roll music news takes so long ⌛ to become new news in the world of Pop Rock's reality selling an all too familiar death theme. 📳 🎸 🎤 💀 :oops:

And now it's news? :?

Riddick, I scanned the FULL STORY for 1998's double Grammy winner. I thought The Wallflowers' death knell song 'One Headlight' would be missing and it was. I expected to see their whole list beginning in 1958 and it must be available somewhere on line. :confused:

The first song here is one "British Invasion" rock band's 1980's ballad that predicts the second song from 1996 that is spot on a 1997 death topic via American Pop Rock! :oops:



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