Opening by Philip Glass In Reverse with Fractals ... An Experimental Attempt at Destroying Involuntary Musical Imagery

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    isaria

    Published on Apr 05, 2020
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    For the last week, something horrible has been happening.
    I wake up in the middle of the night with Joe Walsh's "Life's Been Good" running through my head.

    After several failed attempts at returning to a peaceful sleep, I eventually pass out from exhaustion.

    Then, upon waking in the morning I am tortured with another song assaulting my brain..."What a Feeling" from the 80's movie, Flashdance.

    Why?

    Why??

    WHY???

    These little buggers are called Earworms.
    I don't like that word.
    At all.
    I don't want to even contemplate having an actual worm in my ear and that's all I can think of when I hear that word.
    It's almost as bad as "fungible."

    Fungible Earworms

    cries

    The scientific term for this is apparently Involuntary Musical Imagery ... so let's go with that instead.

    I reversed my performance of "Opening" by Philip Glass. I plan on listening to the droning, organ-like effect multiple times throughout the evening whilst shouting "BE GONE HORRIBLE 80'S MUSIC."

    We shall find out the results of my experiment in the morning.

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