According to Dr. Joseph Cardillo, this playlist can change your life As reported ny New York Post, Cardillo claimed "What we're seeing is that music is able to change your brainwaves and chemisty." Well, I'm listening to Kurt Vile as I wrote and I am not certain that is a good thing at all. "Music like scent has an immediate neuro pathway that can bypass your thinking brain and effect your emotional state.
Here are three examples they offered.
1. "New York New York" reduces anxiety. Not with me it doesn't, maybe "Manhattan" but I am seriously sick of this one.
2. "Back On The Chain Gang" helps you whistle while you clean the house. Really, sorta misery loves company concept?
3. "Brown Sugar" puts you in a good mood, because, really, who doesn't feel better after nailing a black chick.
Miley makes it three at the top
better than you remember
it has been four years since her last long player
quickly get your music noticed
A fast rock & roll song performed with a retro punk vibe
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