Reasons Why Pop Music is Bad for Your BrainI like the fact that you guys know Pop music is bad. But still, you're gonna need evidences. Luckily, scientists have successfully proven that Pop is bad for our BRAINS. Here are some of the evidences I've found from scientific experiments and from real life.
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This list is lame. There is no such thing as music with a cancer or a virus - Neonco31
Um no it can't...because if you hate it, you won't be listening to it... - Nickelstickman
I'll give you this, Tommy. You made a list that's at least hilariously awful.
There's no such thing as brainwashing music. You either like it or you don't. - WonkeyDude98
Really now? Is there statistics or is this just any old site?
Hm. So that's why I, despite liking pop music, have been praised my all of my core class teachers about my creativity in writing and ideas. - WonkeyDude98
You shouldn't be listening to music while doing work if it's that important. - WonkeyDude98
It hurts mine because, to me, it induces headaches that are far more distracting than what I am 'supposed' to be doing.
Because metal doesn't endorse things just as bad if not worse. - WonkeyDude98
There are songs about drugs in all genres! - BeatlesFan1964
This is one of the dumbest lists I've ever seen on this site. I've been listening to pop ever since I was little (i.e. Michael Jackson, yet he wasn't even a pop artist, he was R&B) and I think drugs are god damn disgusting, even smoking cigarettes, but I won't judge you if you do either. - Mcgillacuddy
It is a drug, it makes me physically feel like crap.
That isn't even a joke, it gives me headaches. - LargeDemon
And metal doesn't? You know, despite the tired, stale motifs of metal that give about as much benefit to society as any pop product?
Oh yeah, and the fact that I have yet to see a metal band give charity to people who need it, what I've seen many pop artists do. - WonkeyDude98
Metallica donated the money made from tickets sold on their latest concert to charity, so there's that. - PhantomMilitia
Can't stop listening to it? Easy. Just put down the device you're using to listen to it, and do what you need to do. - WonkeyDude98
I honestly can't remember the last time I enjoyed a Pop song. I just don't care for it anymore. - Britgirl
I can listen to music and do homework at the same time easy, so it makes no difference. - Mcgillacuddy
How? I have full authority over my own consciousness and body. What does pop music, or any music genre in general, have to do with that? - Mcgillacuddy
True. If you give me a wig of Gaga, YAS! - ArigatoKawaii
Lol. I would have nearly killed someonr in insane mode - Neonco31
Proof? - WonkeyDude98
There are tons of music artists in all genres that make music on this subject. You're literally just making stuff up. - Mcgillacuddy
Proof? I think of these things a lot. - WonkeyDude98
Somepeople but not me
You CANNOT seriously compare controlling electronics to actually MAKING music by virtue of mastering INSTRUMENTS. I'm no fan of metal (or pop), but this argument about equivalency between real and fake music is tired and ridiculous.
This is and always will be the weakest complaint against electronic music. That's like saying I'm a hypocrite because I like cooking my popcorn in the microwave instead of going out and cooking popcorn over a campfire. - Mcgillacuddy
I know a friend who actually DOES produce, and let me tell you from his experience it's decidedly more difficult to program a DAW than use actual percussion. - WonkeyDude98
I love my laptop - Neonco31V 5 Comments
So that's why I have high regards for my family, friends, and people around me. - WonkeyDude98
So you're saying if I saw a guy beating on my sister down the street I would just forget about it and listen to music? No, here's what I would do:
I would tear him a new ballsack - Mcgillacuddy
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